NEW ORLEANS -- It's all up to God, after all.
In the third quarter of the forty-seventh Superbowl, the lights went out at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, thus giving the San Francisco 49s more than enough time to rally from their disastrous first half at the hands of Edgar Allan Poe's Baltimore Ravens. Not only that, not since Cain and Abel had the world seen such drama as that played out just hours ago in Harbaugh Versus Harbaugh.
But after thirty-five minutes of darkness, God brought the light back, just as God turned the lights on in the the first chapter of the Book of Genesis.
Tim Tebow, the former QB for the Denver Broncos, rejoiced at the Ravens' victory, explaining to no one in particular, not even a solitary reporter, that the reason the 49ers lost was because, as Tebow concluded, they lost because San Francisco is a Gay City.