Dave O'Brien (play by play), Doris Burke (analysis) and Jeannine Edwards (reporting) did such a fine job that by the middle of the first half I had my notebook out trying to keep up with all the things they were doing right.
Joe Flacco must have been a strong enough draw Monday night to leave David Letterman wanting more Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl mojo. The "Late Show with David Letterman" Wednesday announced that Ravens coach John Harbaugh will be on Thursday night.
I saw something extraordinary last night, and after the clock ran out, I was positive there was no place I'd rather be than Federal Hill, the neighborhood many love to hate, or at least love to roll their eyes at.
An power outage darkened the Superdome in the third quarter of the Super Bowl on Sunday night, an unnerving experience for a stadium that had been the refuge of last resort for many when Hurricane Katrina struck in 2005.
The Super Bowl has created a veritable cottage industry of parties surrounding it, and nowhere is this more evident than in the XLVII game in New Orleans, a city that knows how to have fun. Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49er fans join athletes and celebrities enjoying the city's food, drinks and hospitality.
Cullen Little, 12, of Guilford, may be the youngest football commentator on the airwaves today. The Calvert School sixth grader is a football junkie, knows more about the game than many adults, started a Fantasy Football League at 9 years old, and is in five leagues now.
Art Modell has again arrived, this time posthumously, at the doorstep of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He rose to fame and fortune as the owner of the Cleveland Browns, later relocated for no good reason except Modell's poor business sense, to Baltimore and renamed the Ravens.
Good news for Baltimore Ravens fans who have suffered through second and third string CBS coverage this season: Sunday's AFC championship game against the New England Patriots will get the full Super Bowl treatment, according to the network.
The Ravens earned a trip to Super Bowl XLVII with a satisfying win Sunday over the New England Patriots. They'll play the San Francisco 49ers, with coaches John Harbaugh and Jim Harbaugh meeting in the first brother-against-brother match-up in Super Bowl history.
Bel Air resident Qadry Ismail, a member of the 2001 Ravens Super Bowl team, could hardly contain his excitement in the broadcast booth last Saturday in Denver when the Ravens beat the Broncos, 38-35 in double overtime.
Baltimore Sun columnist Mike Preston answers questions about the Ravens' 38-35 win over the Denver Broncos in the divisional round, Sunday's AFC championship game against the New England Patriots and more
I couldn't help thinking about how much the culture has changed since the days of the TV Confessional when someone could sin badly and sit down with Ted Koppel in the 1980s or Oprah more recently and confess their sins and expect to be forgiven.