So, are you busy this afternoon? Any plans?
If not, the Super Bowl is scheduled to be played. Pretty big deal: game between the 49ers and Baltimore Ravens with the NFL title on the line; lots of companies airing advertisements meant to sell immense amounts of stuff; big halftime show.
The game is scheduled to begin at 3:30 p.m., and bet on a full afternoon/evening, because it goes on for what seems like forever - longer if your team isn't doing so well.
Assuming you aren't at the Superdome in New Orleans to experience the event in person, consider the three ways to follow the game and its extras.
CBS is the network televising the game, with Sacramento affiliate KOVR Channel 13 doing the local honors.
Pregame coverage and features can be seen on Channel 13, Fox Sports Net - including a 49ers preview show from 2 to 3 p.m. - the NFL Network and ESPN, with its regular "Sunday NFL Countdown" program from 7 to 11 a.m.
The CBS/Channel 13 "Super Bowl Today" show is scheduled from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m., with the "Super Bowl on CBS Kickoff" show from 3 p.m. until the game starts.
Listings for all Sacramento-area cable services can be found in sacbee.com's TV listings.
The game will be broadcast on AM 1320 and AM 680, the 49ers' flagship station. A full schedule of pregame coverage is set on 680, beginning at 9 a.m. Game coverage featuring play-by-play man Ted Robinson and analyst Eric Davis is at 3:30 p.m.
For people who prefer retrieving game information instead of having it shoveled at them, sacbee.com features a package from The Sports Network with scores, updates and statistics provided in real time.
If you haven't planned your menu for the sacred Super Bowl meal, check our photo gallery of Super Bowl food and recipes.
Coverage from The Bee's team of reporters including Matt Barrows, Matt Kawahara and Ailene Voisin is being updated throughout the day. Other stories and features can be found at sacbee.com/sports and on the 49ers page.
Plenty of photo collections are on the sports photo galleries page, including favorites such as Super Bowl history in pictures, a look at the 49ers' previous five super Bowl victories and 49ers starting quarterbacks since Joe Montana.
For fans who want to hang out with the like-minded, The Bee's Chris Macias writes in the Appetizers blog of several bars and eateries where the game will be a focal point.