It is Super Bowl Sunday in San Francisco. Some who can't watch on TV are asking, "How can I listen to the Super Bowl on the radio and on which station?" and "How can I listen online, over the Internet?" All those questions are answered below, with all the links you need.
The city is buzzing as people prepare as the San Francisco 49ers prepare to take on the Baltimore Ravens in the Super Dome in New Orleans.
Click here for a previous story "Five things you need to know about the 2013 Super Bowl," including the kick off time and information the the half time show, pregame shows and post game shows.
But not everyone is lucky enough to be around a TV and able to watch online.
Which radio station is carrying the 2013 Super Bowl?
Here in the San Francisco Bay Area, you have two options, an AM station and an FM Station.
The Super Bowl will be broadcast live on KNBR 680 AM and on KSAN 107.7 AKA The Bone. The stations pregame coverage is already underway. Some folks prefer being able to listen to the game on radio and watching on TV. The stations also have a listen live option.
How do I watch the 2013 Super Bowl online?
You can watch the San Francisco 49ers take on the Baltimore Ravens live over the Internet on the CBS Sports Web site. That link is here. CBS Sports promises, "With All-22 camera, choice of camera angles, all-day tweet streams and every Super Bowl ad."
When does the Super Bowl online coverage start?
You can watch the Super Bowl live on the Internet via CBS Sports starting at 3 p.m. PST or 6 p.m. EST. Again, the direct link is here.
Once again, if you can't watch the Super Bowl on TV, don't worry, you can still listen live online over the Internet and there are a couple of radio stations here in the Bay Area that are covering the game with live play by play.