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Posted: Thursday, January 9, 2014 10:00 pm | Updated: 1:32 am, Wed Jan 22, 2014.

(StatePoint) It doesn’t matter if your favorite team is still in the championship hunt or not -- it’s time for football shindigs in living rooms and dens across the country. It’s easy to show your team spirit by bringing team colors off the gridiron and onto the table -- from team banners and balloons to tinted treats and colored beer.

The color experts at McCormick have created a food color guide with instructions for turning canned white frosting into team-colored toppers that match this year’s team colors.

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No matter the final score, with a few special party tweaks, you can send your guests home happy. For more team color combinations and flavorful eats, visit www.McCormick.com.

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