QB Alex Smith returns to the San Francisco 49ers line-up for some golf action…
In two years, the Bay Area will play host to Super Bowl L. Organizers are already hard at work for the 2016 contest and hope to incorporate lessons learned from this year’s festivities.
Lost amid the escalating rivalry between the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers is the fact that the man who guided the Seahawks to their first Super Bowl crown was born right here in the city by the bay. If his postgame comments are any indication, he doesn’t plan on taking it easy on the hometown team in the near future.
With festivities for the Super Bowl ramping up in New York, the Bay Area group organizing Super Bowl L in 2016 are in The Big Apple this week to watch and learn about logistics for the event.
Consider these essentials to throw the best party for the big game, from CBS Local’s Eat See Play.
Big, bad football players don’t get intimidated. Not by noise, weather, statistics or hard hits. Tell that to the two defenses about to attempt to dominate the NFC championship game Sunday. Or to the offenses, for that matter.
CenturyLink field, home to this weekend’s NFC Championship game and the Seattle Seahawks, is perhaps the loudest sporting venue on earth and can be a real advantage for the home team. Just how loud is it?
After Jim Harbaugh’s wife publicly slammed his wardrobe, the San Francisco 49ers coach showed off a new pair of pants and said he is no longer wearing out-of-style pleated khakis.
Ice cream, chocolate, and Bloody Mary mix embody San Francisco and Seattle’s food scene, if the mayors’ 49ers v. Seahawks bets on Sunday’s game are any indication.
Santa Clara city officials have approved a plan that would bring a big boost to the number of parking spots available next season at Levi’s Stadium, set to be the new home of the San Francisco 49ers.