There’s plenty going on in New Orleans around Super Bowl XLVII.
It was Super Bowl mania Friday at the Stop & Shop in New Rochelle, where the talk was all about Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, who went to New Rochelle High School and Rutgers University.
The coaching matchup in this game appears even. But the quarterback advantage goes to the 49ers, and the defense advantage also goes to the Niners. San Francisco will join the Steelers as the only six-time winners of the Super Bowl.
After the 49ers arrived on Sunday, it was the Ravens’ turn to touch down in New Orleans on Monday. They held their first media session at their hotel, the Hilton New Orleans Riverside.
Just remember, a reward lies at the end of this two-week bombardment.
Flacco throwing three TDs in the second half, led the Ravens to their first Super Bowl in 12 years with a 28-13 victory over the Patriots.
With the Ravens and Patriots preparing for a rematch of last year’s AFC Championship game, Ray Rice took a few minutes to give Boomer and Craig a call to talk about the upcoming game in Foxboro.
Ray Lewis’ career will continue for another round after the Ravens defeated the Colts 24-9.
Rutgers’ running back Jawan Jamison has forgone his final two years of eligibility and has declared for the NFL draft.
Rutgers cornerback Logan Ryan will skip his senior season and enter the NFL draft. The junior made the announcement on Monday at a campus news conference.
This won’t be an easy game for the Giants, but they are catching a team that is going in the wrong direction.
No more wiggle room — not one inch. OK, maybe a millimeter, but only enough to squeeze a thread through.
Rutgers, which could have clinched its first-ever BCS Bowl berth last week if they had showed up in Pittsburgh, blew their chance for redemption despite having everything set up perfectly for a momentous “Knight.”
The Jets should go after Ravens Assistant General Manager Eric DeCosta and make him the new GM of Gang Green.
“I’m like birth control,” Wilson said. “You have to believe in me. Like birth control, 99.9 percent of the time I’m going to come through for you.”