With Super Bowl 47 between the favored San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens on the horizon, it’s time to take a look back at the last time the Niners visited New Orleans on Super Sunday. The biggest beatdown in Super Bowl history occurred on January 24, 1990 when the […]
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 […]
As America happily pours dirt on the remains of the 2012 Patriots and basks in the glow of a non-Brady/Belichick Super Bowl, Peter King of Sports Illustrated wrote an interesting tidbit revolving around the new AFC champion Baltimore Ravens. King surmised that America was growing tired of Ray Lewis. Considering […]
While Ray Lewis was busy answering questions about banned substances, another star made her way around the Superdome during Super Bowl Media Day. Katherine Webb, whose star exploded in Miami during the BCS title game between Notre Dame and Alabama, earned a job as an on-air talent with Inside […]
Ray Lewis fell into the eye of a controversy during Super Bowl Media Day on Tuesday when a published report from Sports Illustrated fingered the Ravens linebacker for using a banned substance to help with a torn right triceps injury. Lewis denied ever using deer antler spray, which contains the […]
Baltimore Ravens quarterback and graduate of Game Manager University, Joe Flacco used some choice words to describe the NFL’s decision to put next year’s Super Bowl at a cold-weather site.
When Ravens safety Bernard Pollard isn’t beating New England Patriots senseless, he is pontificating about the bleak future of the National Football League.
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 […]
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.
Not since the halcyon days of Justin Timberlake ripping off Janet Jackson’s clothes during the Super Bowl XXXVIII has a big name performer been this youthful. Beyoncé will headline the Super Bowl XLVII halftime show on February 3 in New Orleans, according to B’s website on Tuesday.