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Baltimore Super Bowl Parade Live Stream, Ravens Parade Start Time, Route, Schedule
Live stream from Baltimore, MD for the Ravens 2013 Super Bowl Victory Parade. Inner Harbor Parade start time, schedule, route, details and online streaming webcast feeds.
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The 2013 Super Bowl proved to be one of the most exciting games in years, with a power outage and a spirited 49ers comeback not enough to stop the Baltimore Ravens taking the victory.
This was the tenth Super Bowl to be played in the city of New Orleans, equaling Miami's record of ten in an individual city. Beyoncé performed in the halftime show that featured a reunion with her fellow members from Destiny's Child, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, and US broadcaster CBS charged an average of $4 million for a 30-second commercial during the game, the highest rate in any Super Bowl.
San Francisco was hurt by penalties and turnovers early in the game as the Ravens built a 21-6 first half lead. On their first play of the opening drive, tight end Vernon Davis' 20-yard reception was called back by an illegal formation penalty. The team ended up punting after three plays, and Jacoby Jones returned the ball 17 yards to the Ravens 49-yard line. Baltimore then drove 51 yards and scored on Joe Flacco's 13-yard touchdown pass to receiver Anquan Boldin. On the previous play, Flacco had thrown an incompletion on third down, but an offsides penalty against linebacker Ahmad Brooks gave him a second chance, and he took full advantage of it. It was the first time a team scored a touchdown on its first drive of the game since the Patriots in Super Bowl XLII.
For San Francisco, Kaepernick finished 16/28 for 302 yards and a touchdown, with 1 interception, while also rushing for 62 yards and another score. His 62 rushing yards were the second highest total by a quarterback in the Super Bowl, behind Steve McNair's record of 64. Gore rushed for 110 yards and a touchdown. Crabtree caught 5 passes for 109 yards and a score, while Davis caught 6 for 104. His 104 receiving yards tied Dan Ross' record for most the ever by a tight end in a Super Bowl. Patrick Willis was the top tackler of the game with 10, while Brooks had five tackles and a sack.