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Some of the lights in the Superdome in New Orleans went out during the third quarter of Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday night, causing play to be stopped.
With the Baltimore Ravens leading the San Francisco 49ers, 28-6, some of the overhead lights inside the Superdome went out without explanation at the 13:28 mark of the third quarter. The power failure happened immediately following a sack of Niners’ quarterback Colin Kaepernick by the Ravens’ Arthur Jones.
Several media members inside the Superdome tweeted pictures of the lights going out at the Super Bowl.
Filed under: 2013 Super Bowl, Football, NFL, Super Bowl XLVII
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Who: San Francisco 49ers (NFC) vs. the AFC Baltimore Ravens (AFC)
Where: Mercedes-Benz Superdome (home of the Saints) – New Orleans, Louisiana.
When: Sunday February 3, 2013
Watch: 6:30pm EST on CBS
This is going to be one exciting Super Bowl, or as some have dubbed the Har-bowl as the Ravens and 49ers head coaches are brothers...
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A power outage that lasted 34 minutes paused the play in the Super Bowl.
On the second full possession after power came back on, the San Francisco 49ers finally got on the board. Colin Kaepernick hit Michael Crabtree, who bounced off of Cary Williams and Bernard Pollard, for a touchdown.
The Ravens lead 28-13 with a little more than seven minutes to go in the third quarter.
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