Let's start with the fact literally every postgame analyst his missed -- the 49ers really missed their "Swiss Army Knife" fullback, the injured Bruce Miller.
The shame should really be on all of us, not just Richard Sherman. Sportsmanship should be the topic, with an emphasis on respect.
The stakes were exceptionally high for a guy who hardly needs extra motivation.
It is difficult to imagine two more brilliant and exciting quarterbacks than Russell Wilson (Seattle Seahawks) and Colin Kaepernick (San Francisco 49ers) or two more effortlessly perfect passers and play-callers than Tom Brady (New England Patriots) and Peyton Manning (Denver Broncos).
The Forty-Niners are headed back to the NFC Championship for the third time in three seasons. This time the only goal is to win the Super Bowl but in order to do that they must win in Seattle.
Candlestick Park itself is an abysmal structure, full of decadence and resembling more a relic of a stadium that belonged 50 years ago. But given its history, there's undoubtedly a strong amount of sentimentality and nostalgia that comes with it.
Making the playoffs in recent years has been easy for the Forty-Niners. But this year it's different, every game at this point of the season is a must win.
Neel Kashkari is a former Goldman Sachs Golden Boy who left that infamous organization to join the Treasury Department, where he was responsible for overseeing $700 billion in bailouts to his former employer and other Wall Street firms. Now he wants to run for governor of California on that record.
Jerry Rice shares some memorable moments from his illustrious 20-year career from the disappointing start of his rookie season to his three Super Bowl championships with the San Francisco 49ers.
I recently sat down with Terrell Owens, eight years after our 2005 interview that resulted in his suspension from the Philadelphia Eagles.
It has come to my attention that six companies have submitted serious bids for the naming rights to our new Santa Clara stadium. I've posted the shortlist below, complete with my argument "for" or "against" each contender.
It came down to the brilliance of John Harbaugh in the end. A once in a lifetime call secured the victory for one, as two brothers battled to the end during a spectacular game.
As a public service to those who know that the Super Bowl is being played but wonder what all the fuss is about, here is Outsports' annual "Super Bowl for the Clueless," the gay guide to the big game.
Two things are happening in this year's race to Super Bowl advertising greatness: 1. Early social buzz and engagement are critical. Nearly everyone'...
You'll notice some people at this special time, people who shouldn't be near a sporting event. Annoying people who ruin the game for you and others.
With so many people watching -- and watching the commercials, what can we learn about ourselves by what advertisers are trying to sell us, and the tactics they use to get us to identify with their brand?