The Ravens won the Super Bowl but Niners running back Frank Gore isn't convinced the better team hoisted the Lombardi Trophy on Sunday. With this quote, Gore indirectly makes the same case from The Nickel on why Jacoby Jones could have easily been the Super Bowl MVP:
"I just feel like we [were] the better team. They got away with one today. We showed them we were the better team. It was just a couple plays here, a couple plays there."
Here's one of those plays:
Jones' 108-yard kickoff return (Super Bowl record) earned $600,000 worth of furniture to customers at a Baltimore furniture store – whoever shopped there from Jan. 31 and yesterday afternoon. Anyone willing to bet the local Gardiners Furniture was betting against this happening?
— Gardiners Furniture (@GardinersOnline) February 4, 2013
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell isn't writing off New Orleans as a Super Bowl site just because of the electrical issues at the Superdome on Super Sunday.
Not sure why Les Miles deleted his tweet about the halftime show.
Ed Reed says he's not done.
This is actually the compelling emotion to the Harbowl story that it seems so many were reaching for:
John Harbaugh in MMQB: "I never thought you could feel 100% elation and 100% devastation at the same time. But I learned tonight you can.”
— Peter King (@SI_PeterKing) February 4, 2013
Las Vegas odds say the 49ers and Broncos have the best chance to win it all next season.
Kobe Bryant let the Pistons have one of his Kobe faces, then tossed this oop to Earl Clark:
Europol announced preliminary results of a longtime investigation into match-fixing in soccer and they found 680 suspect matches from World Cup qualifiers to Euro qualifiers and Champions League matches.
Indiana is back on top of the AP poll.
President Obama says he's ready to address tax loopholes and deductions.
Rosa Parks would be 100-years-old today.
Secretary of State John Kerry says he has "big heels to fill" for Hillary Clinton.
Curren$y, Trinidad James and Lloyd linked up for "Purple Haze"