What time is the Super Bowl?: Answers to your questions about the big game

Kevin Kaduk
Shutdown Corner

After two weeks of hype, Super Bowl XLVII is almost here. The San Francisco 49ers will be looking for a record-tying sixth Super Bowl championship while the Baltimore Ravens will be looking to send Ray Lewis into retirement with the second title in franchise history.

Here's what you need to know to watch the big game:

Super Bowl XLVII — Baltimore Ravens vs. San Francisco 49ers

Game time: Kickoff is scheduled for Sunday at 6:30 pm ET/3:30 PT.

Location: Superdome, New Orleans, La.

Line: San Francisco -3.5 points, over/under 47.5

Where to watch/listen: The Super Bowl will be televised on CBS (check your local listings) and will be streamed live on Yahoo! Sports with Jim Nantz and Phil Simms handling the broadcasting duties. Kevin Harlan and Boomer Esiason will broadcast the game on radio for Dial Global (check your local listings) and on Sirius XM channel 88. Univision Radio will broadcast the game in Spanish.

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Pregame show: CBS will feature 7 1/2 hours of pregame coverage starting with "Road To The Super Bowl" at 11 a.m. ET. Highlights include a Scott Pelley interview with President Barack Obama. The NFL Network will also feature a live pregame show from New Orleans starting at 9 a.m. ET and will include former quarterback Brett Favre in his first broadcasting venture.

Click here to listen to the pregame show on Yahoo! Sports Radio

National anthem: Alicia Keys

Halftime show: Beyonce

Live chat: Join us right here on Shutdown Corner as Yahoo's own Jason Sickles, Max Thompson, Christopher Wilson and Virginia Heffernan bring their own unique brand of analysis and snark to the day's big game.

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