Settled in to the Superdome on Super Sunday

NEW ORLEANS - After two weeks of talk, it's almost time to play. Less than three hours from now, Super Bowl XLVII will kick off at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome as the Ravens look to topple the 49ers for their second championship.

It has been a busy 14 days of buildup, covering some news, one minor controversy and a multitude of angles.

Be sure to visit MASNsports.com throughout the evening and after the game for updates during and after the contest.

But before kickoff, here's a look back at our coverage leading up to the big game:

* San Francisco defense won't be a treat for Ravens

* Ravens aim to stop Colin Kaepernick and the 49ers' option offense

* John and Jim Harbaugh discuss their family and facing each other in the Super Bowl

* Ray Lewis participates in final practice of his career

* Roger Goodell says suspensions the solution for reducing dangerous hits, like those by many Ravens

* Jim Caldwell refuses to take credit for offensive surge since coordinator change

* Jonathan Ogden becomes the first Ravens draft pick elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame while Art Modell is left out

* Joe Flacco didn't let lack of extension distract him during Super Bowl season

* Ed Reed rips NFL over his fines this season and talks about his future

* Bernard Pollard and Haloti Ngata refer to team meeting at bye as the turning point of the season

* Lewis vehemently denies using deer antler extract containing banned substance

* Matt Birk still unsure whether he'll return for 16th season

* Ozzie Newsome says Flacco will be playing for Ravens next season

* Justin Tucker talks about his rookie success

* Rehabbing Lardarius Webb on target for next season and feels a part of the Super Bowl despite not playing