The Super Bowl 2013: Baltimore Ravens vs San Francisco 49ers will Live Stream on Sunday February 3 at 6 p.m. on CBSSports.com. CLICK HERE FOR THE SUPER BOWL XLVII LIVE STREAM.
The live stream will begin at 6 pm with a kick off show special. The actual game will start at 6:30 pm.
View Below the Programming for Tomorrow's Live Broadcast:
11:00 A.M. EST: ROAD TO THE SUPER BOWL- A one-hour special looking back at how the Baltimore Raves and San Francisco 49ers advanced to Super Bowl XLVII. THe special chronicles the 2012 NFL season untilizing NFL film's signature captivating video and sounf from on the field and in the locker room from exclusive player and coach wirings, according to the NFL website.
"Road to the Super Bowl" has been running for 43 years and one of its main characteristics is that it is produced with original orchestral music.
12:00 p.m: Wynton Marsalis Special
1:00 p.m. Phil Simms All-Iron Team
2:00 pm The Super Bowl Today
6:00 pm Kick off Show
6:30 pm Super Bowl XLVII
One of the most talked about topics of this Super Bowl is the sibling rivalry between Baltimore's head coach John Harbaugh and his younger brother Jim, head coach for the 49ers.
According to Reuters analysts, John has reached the postseason in each of his five seasons in Baltimore and won at least one game once he has gotten there. He is 54-26 in the regular season and 8-4 in the playoffs, an outstanding accomplishment with some teams that clearly overachieved. Key move that paid off: Replacing offensive coordinator Cam Cameron in December with ex-Indianapolis head coach Jim Caldwell.
Jim, 49, is more emotional than his older brother and has only been a head coach for two years but it is hard to argue with success: he reached the NFC title game a year ago and the next season he is in The Show. Gets points for the bold move of sticking with backup Colin Kaepernick after incumbent Alex Smith could have returned to the line-up following a concussion.
This is not the first time the brothers meet, the Ravens beat the Niners, 16-6, in 2011.
(Reuters contributed to this report.)