As 26 children in white polo shirts excitedly walked to center of the Superdome field and prepared to sing, a packed Super Bowl crowd revved up by a day of partying in the Big Easy fell silent.
The Ravens were out on the field today–their final walk-through before they take on the 49ers.
We are counting down the hours until the Ravens take the field for Super Bowl XLVII. Fans from Maryland are getting ready for the Super Showdown, and the excitement is reaching a fever pitch.
Ravens fans have taken over the Big Easy. Many say they aren’t going to make it inside the Superdome for the big game…they’re just down for the party.
The Baltimore Ravens completed their on-field preparations for the Super Bowl with a brief, fun-filled session at the Superdome.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley and Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will visit Gretna, La., when the two officials head to the Super Bowl in New Orleans.
Two charter flights arrived in New Orleans Friday afternoon from Baltimore, and fans could not be more thrilled to be in the Big Easy.
What’s happening in New Orleans?
When it comes to the Super Bowl, you can always expect drama and storylines. This week has been no different. From deer spray and sibling rivalry, to homophobia and hubris, we have seen it all.
Now it’s time to talk about the game.
The Superdome is about to rock on Sunday. The Ravens and the 49ers are ready to make the place electric and hit the gridiron to play Super Bowl XLVII. It will be the biggest game of these players lives, some of them will not get another chance at it again.
Ravens fans are excited for Sunday when the team takes on the 49ers. Some lucky people are even heading to the Big Easy to see the game in person.
Everybody wants a ticket to the big game. One lucky group of Ravens fans has them.