Super Bowl 2013: Predictions, Television Schedule, Preview, Betting Lines
The Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers face off in Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday. Here's some information for getting the most out of the game in Kingstowne.
When the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers meet in Super Bowl 47, several players will be familiar to the Virginian/DC area. The game, of course, is in New Orleans, but the Super Bowl reaches everywhere, including Kingstowne.
Here's all the information you'll need to get the most out of the matchup, including local players to keep an eye on, television schedules and where to watch the game close to home.
Look for Torrey Smith, a wide receiver for Baltimore who was born in Colonial Beach and graduated from Stafford High. (See Smith's bio here.)
Ahmad Brooks is a 49ers linebacker who attended the University of Virginia, C.D Hylton High School in Woodbridge and Hargrave Military Academy. (See Brooks’ bio here). He was born in Fairfax.
Ravens fans have to be hoping not to see Tyrod Taylor, who attended Virginia Tech and went to high school at Hampton High School in Hampton. (See Taylor’s bio here.) Why are Ravens fans rooting against his appearance? He's the backup quarterback.
ScoresandOdds.com has the Super Bowl betting line favoring San Francisco by 3.5 points. The over/under on total points is 47.5.
But what does Vegas know? Here are fearless predictions from our area:
James Monroe High Head Coach Richard Serbay: Ravens 21, 49ers 17
Susan Larson, Local Editor, Fredericksburg Patch: 49ers 21, Ravens 10.
Adam Shelnut, Regional Publisher, Patch: Ravens 24, 49ers 21.
Todd Richissin, Senior Regional Editor, Patch: 49ers 35, Ravens 24.
Greg Hambrick, Associate Regional Editor, Patch: Ravens 21, 49ers 20.
What's your prediction? Tell us in comments.
Who: San Francisco 49ers v. Baltimore Ravens.
Where: Superdome in New Orleans.
Where to Watch in Kingstowne:
- The Bungalow Billiards & Brew Company, food and beer specials during the big game
- Lucky's Sports Theatre & Grill, beer specials and has new projectors ready for the best football viewing parties.
- King Street Blues: The Kingstowne location is expecting a big crowd especially considering they're offering specials on drinks, cheap happy hour and a bucket of wings deal.
- Uno Chicago Bar & Grill
TV Schedule: Super Bowl coverage on CBS and its sports station begins at 9 a.m., and kickoff is at 6:30 p.m. on CBS.
Tickets: Good luck.