Kickoff is scheduled for approximately 5:30 p.m. on Sunday February 3 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome as the San Francisco 49ers take on the Baltimore Ravens in Super Bowl 47 (XLVII if you're interested in Roman numerals).
Here's the CBS TV schedule for Super Bowl Sunday (all times central):
10:00 a.m. Road To The Super Bowl
11:00 a.m. New Orleans: Let The Good Times Roll, hosted by Wynton Marsalis
12:00 p.m. Phil Simms' All Iron Team: Super Bowl Edition
1:00 p.m. The Super Bowl Today
5:00 p.m. The Super Bowl on CBS Kick-Off Show
As for what will happen when the teams actually take the field, here's what Westminster Christian Academy Head Coach Cory Snyder sees happening:
Everyone already knows but I think it’s interesting all of the subplots: brothers coaching against each other, Ray Lewis potentially riding off into the sunset with a Super Bowl victory, Colin Kaepernick only starting half the season (or less).
From a game perspective, it will be interesting to me to see how Baltimore stops the Colin Kaepernick and the option game out of the pistol and if they force him to beat them by throwing. How much will Ray Rice see the football against the 49ers strong D vs. how much will Joe Flacco throw? I saw on ESPN that when the Ravens switched Offensive Coordinators, they went from passing 60% of the time to only 51%.
I would imagine it will be a low scoring game, with turnovers playing a big part and making sure you get touchdowns in the red zone and not field goals as there might not be very many red zone visits in the game. I know, not exactly rocket science. My gut says to go with the 49ers but there is a reason that I’m not a gambling man.