The Super Bowl is like election night: not only am I excited to see who wins the game, I'm even more excited that once it's over the TV and radio waves are no longer dominated by everybody in the world talking about it.
In any case, the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens will kickoff at 6:30 p.m. ET on CBS. If you're stuck at work or otherwise without access to a TV, good news! CBS is also streaming the game online.
For more facts that won't actually tell you anything but might make you laugh, I suggest you read Jon Bois. Also, let me point you in the direction of a cool longform on the history of prop bets.
Here's my obnoxious prediction:
John Harbaugh, who attended Ann Arbor Pioneer High School in the shadow of the Big House, once again suffers the chill of standing close to greatness without feeling its warmth. Brother Jim, channeling the lessons learned at the knee of Glenn Edward Schembechler, Jr., shows no mercy while leading the 49ers to victory, 42-10. A Michigan man shrugs off the bonds of familial ties when a championship is on the line.