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  • Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed (20) celebrates his team's 34-31 win against the San Francisco 49ers in the NFL Super Bowl XLVII football game, Sunday, Feb. 3, 2013, in New Orleans.

      Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed (20) celebrates his team's 34-31 win against the San Francisco 49ers in the NFL Super Bowl XLVII football game, Sunday, Feb. 3, 2013, in New Orleans.
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Two words:

Lights out!

In. Every. Possible. Way.

Admit it:

When Baltimore scored on the opening kickoff of the second half to make it 28-6 and then the lights went out for half an hour, you were running out of things to talk about other than the delicious dip, weren't you?

Not to worry:

Scoring 17 points in a 4-minute span solves that problem quickly, huh?

Thanks 49ers!

OK, let's get this out of the way:

Hey GoDaddy.com, one word: Yuck.

And now back to the game.

I'm sorry, but that was holding in the end zone.

It's official:

Gangnam Style has jumped the shark. And any orcas and dolphins in the area as well

Ready for some footbrawl:

You had to know it was going to be a chippy game Sunday after what had to be the iciest coin toss ceremony in Super Bowl history.

Things I learned Sunday:

I'm not hip enough to drink Budweiser Black Crown nor am I buff enough to wear "Concept" by Calvin Klein.

Dang it.

Catching Flacco:

That would be seemingly every Raven receiver -- especially one with the last name of Boldin.

The guy is amazing.

Lovin' it:

Not too many great ads Sunday, but some did stick out, like the ode to a farmer, the Clydesdale saga, going to prom solo and the nice things caught on security cameras.

If they didn't make you smile, you just weren't trying.

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