Oh man! That sounds like so much fun! (Even the fact that you say 'pop' is exciting - I grew up North of Pittsburgh...)
Anyway, EVERY house in town will be having pizza. You should totally do trays of food; they're easy AND delicious. You should have a buffet of sorts and I'll tell you how!
You can order meat and cheese trays if you want - they're pretty and relatively inexpensive.)
Go to the deli and buy a pound of each: turkey, ham, turkey-ham, salami, pepperoni and two kinds of cheeses (american / swiss?) - then, lay them on a plate a bit artistically - just so people don't have to fuss while trying to pull apart the slices. (I know you've seen a food platter.) Don't forget to buy some delicious, soft deli rolls for people to make their sandwich on.
Have spreads available: mayo, mustard, ketchup, butter, etc. with knives to spread!
Also, have a veggie tray: EVERYone loves these. Break up some broccoli, black olives, green olives, cauliflower, and baby carrots and have a tub of dip in the center. Most people eat Ranch.
Also, have a cheese tray - buy square cheese blocks of peppercorn, cheddar, extra-sharp cheddar, swiss, etc. and cut it into blocks and put a box of Ritz crackers behind it so people can build hors d'oevres on their own.
An extra special recipe for dip with Ritz crackers and/or tortilla chips is to buy a medium sized block of Velveeta and a can of chili. Then - mix one part velveeta with one part chili (whatever amount you put in of one, put the other in, too) and put it in the microwave for 1 minute increments - mix and heat until everything melts together - this is DELICIOUS!
Also - have a cookie selection of oreos and sandwich cookies - and always have little dishes of M&Ms, baby kit kats and mini-candy bars sitting out.
EVERYONE will leave happy and completely full of food.
Wishing the COLTS their most victorious victory yet! GO COLTS!!!!