SANTA CLARA (CBS SF) — Broncos fans were celebrating in the South Bay and San Francisco Sunday night after Denver’s Super Bowl 50 win.

Orange was the dominant color at the San Francisco Athletic Club where supporters took over the bar and cheered their team on.

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And then it was pandemonium as the clock ran out and Denver captured its third Super Bowl championship.

Tempers flared as a celebrating Broncos fan clashed with a Panthers backer in a parking lot a short distance from Levis stadium.

Thankfully, this fight ended with a few bruised egos but no serious injuries. Most fans used words — not fists — to express their joy or disappointment with the game’s outcome

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“Colorado is Broncos nation. We live and breathe orange and blue, said Broncos fan Joy Pietila. We thank God that we’re in town to witness the Broncos win the Super Bowl.”

Pietila and her friends came all the way from Denver for the game. They were overjoyed that the Broncos could pull off one last win for QB Peyton Manning.

“I think he left his heart on the field. He wanted it bad. And he proved. He proved,” said Broncos fan James Nguyen.

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Broncos fans lined the streets around Levis stadium after the game, savoring the sweet taste of victory in Super Bowl 50.