A roundup of all the records set and tied in Super Bowl XLVII

NEW ORLEANS - The Elias Sports Bureau compiled a lengthy list of records set and tied in Sunday's Super Bowl XLVII.

So tonight I leave Ravens fans with that list. You'll see Jacoby Jones' name a lot.

Here are the Super Bowl marks set:

* Most combined yards in one game - 290, Jones

* Longest play - 108-yard kickoff return, Jones

* Longest kickoff return - 108 yards, Jones

* Longest kickoff return for touchdown - 108 yards, Jones

* Longest touchdown run by a quarterback - 15 yards, Colin Kaepernick

* Most kickoff return yards by both teams - 312 (Baltimore 206, San Francisco 106)

* Longest time of game - 4:14

Here are the Super Bowl records tied:

* Most touchdowns on plays of at least 50 yards in one game by one player - Two, Jones

* Most receiving yards in one game by a tight end - 104, Vernon Davis

* Most touchdowns on kickoff returns in one game - One, Jones

* Most safeties in a game - One, Chris Culliver

* Most touchdowns on kickoff returns in one game by one team - One, Baltimore

* Most safeties in one game by one team - One, San Francisco

* Most players with at least 100 receiving yards in one game by one team - Two, San Francisco (Michael Crabtree 109, Davis 104)

* Most points in a third quarter by both teams - 24 (San Francisco 17, Baltimore 7)

* Most field goals in one game by both teams - Five (San Francisco 3, Baltimore 2)

* Most field goals without a miss in one game by both teams - Five (San Francisco 3, Baltimore 2)

* Fewest rushing touchdowns in one game by one team - Zero, Baltimore

Here's some additional facts from Elias:

* Joe Flacco's 11 touchdown passes this postseason matched an NFL record belonging to Joe Montana and Kurt Warner. Montana also was not intercepted when he did it.

* Ed Reed made the ninth interception of his postseason career, tying the NFL record shared by Charlie Waters, Bill Simpson and Ronnie Lott.

* Super Bowl XLVII was only the second league championship game in NFL history (including the pre-Super Bowl era) in which each team scored at least 30 points. Pittsburgh defeated Dallas 35-31 in Super Bowl XIII in January 1979.