When Colin Kaepernick starts for the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday, not only could he add another winning chapter in the team’s sparkling Super Bowl history but will add his name to a distinguished list. Kaepernick will become the fourth quarterback in the Super Bowl […]
When Ravens safety Bernard Pollard isn’t beating New England Patriots senseless, he is pontificating about the bleak future of the National Football League.
The Pontiac Silverdome is wasting away but the memories of January 24, 1982 will always be vibrant and lively for San Francisco 49ers fans. Two weeks removed from slaying the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC title game with “The Catch,” San Francisco faced the Cincinnati Bengals in Super […]
As society happily skips around the free world because the Harbaughs have reached the Super Bowl, a story out of Indiana is proving just how absurd the next week could be. Roy Fox of Indiana trademarked the phrase “Harbowl” and “Harbaugh Bowl” last year. Even though the brothers […]
Two bizarre moments developed out San Francisco’s win over the Atlanta Falcons in Sunday’s NFC title game. The first involved a stabbing outside of the Georgia Dome following yesterday’s game.
I’m going to use this post as a declaration. As of the completion of today’s podcast, which will arrive today around noon, you will not see the words “Har-Bowl” or “Super Baugh” typed out on this blog. It’s too campy.
One down and one more to go. The San Francisco 49ers are in Super Bowl XLVII. All they need now is a dance partner. Will it be another Super Bowl appearance for the Patriots? Or will the Ray Lewis Retirement Party officially get underway.
The San Francisco 49ers are going to Super Bowl XLVII after overcoming a 17-point first half deficit and defeating the Atlanta Falcons 28-24 in the NFC Championship.
The opening of Championship Sunday begins with the NFC Championship game between the 49ers and Falcons. This marks the first time ever that the NFC title game will take place in Atlanta.
Sunday’s nightcap is a rematch of the 2011 AFC title game between the Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots. Baltimore was a Lee Evans drop away from playing in Super Bowl XLVI and now, will attempt to close the book on the Patriots in Foxborough.