The Super Bowl is the biggest sporting event of the year, but even if you aren't near a television, don't worry about missing the Baltimore Ravens clash with the San Francisco 49ers. CBS, this year's Super Bowl broadcaster, and the NFL are offering a free, live online stream of Super Bowl XLVII. Head over to CBSSports.com at 4:30 p.m. MT to watch all the action, from the National Anthem to the first game action and from the halftime show to the final whistle.
At an event that isn't a Super Bowl party? Bring your tablet along to watch the game as discreetly as you can. A Verizon customer? Smartphones with the NFL Mobile app will allow you to watch the game.
And if you are in front of a TV to watch the game, tune into your local CBS station to catch play-by-play man Jim Nantz and color commentator Phil Simms.
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