Listen to coverage of Super Bowl LIII on KMRS.
The New England Patriots (13-5) face the Los Angeles Rams (15-3) from Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta on Sunday, February 3rd.
Pregame coverage begins at 2:00, then join Kevin Harlan and Kurt Warner for kickoff at 5:00.
For Harlan it’s his ninth straight year handling Super Bowl play-by-play duties, while Warner provides color commentary for the first time, with contributions from Super Bowl champion coach Mike Holmgren.
Hall of Fame offensive lineman Tony Boselli along with Ed Werder are sideline reporters, and Jim Gray will handle pregame and postgame coverage featuring appearances from Larry Fitzgerald and Tom Brady.
It’s Super Bowl LIII on 1230 AM or 107.7 FM KMRS, a great place to come home to for the Super Bowl.
Super Bowl Storylines:
- Age Game: Patriots head coach Bill Belichick is 66 while his counterpart Sean McVay is just 33. Patriots QB Tom Brady is 41, Rams QB Jared Goff is 24.
- Rematch: These two teams met in 2002 when the Patriots defeated the St. Louis Rams 20-17 despite entering as 14-point underdogs. That was the first Super Bowl for the Brady/Belichick era Patriots.
- Dynasty: This is the ninth Super Bowl for the Brady/Belichick era Patriots (5-3), and third consecutive appearance. Overall New England is 5-5 in Super Bowls, the Rams franchise is 1-2.
- Put A Ring On It: If New England wins, Tom Brady will break a tie with Charles Haley for most Super Bowl victories by a player with his sixth.
- Youth Movement: A Rams win would make Sean McVay the youngest coach to win a Super Bowl. Pittsburgh’s Mike Tomlin was just 36 when the Steelers won in 2009.
- The Trenches: The Patriots offensive line allowed the least sacks in the league, while Rams DT Aaron Donald nearly set the NFL single-season mark with 20.5 sacks.
- Heartbreak Roadmap: The Bears lost in heartbreaking fashion to the Eagles, who then did so against the Saints, who then did so against the Rams. Is it the Rams turn for heartbreak?
- RB U: The Rams Toddy Gurley and Patriots Sony Michel are continuing the legacy of Georgia running backs who went on to have NFL success. Gurley, Michel, and current Browns RB Nick Chubb were part of the 2014 Bulldogs rushing attack. Other notable Georgia RBs including Herschel Walker, Terrell Davis, Garrison Hearst, & Knowshon Moreno.