The Baltimore Ravens remain in control of the 2013 Super Bowl, leading the San Francisco 49ers 28-23 heading into the last 15 minutes of the night. If you're playing the squares game this time around, the 8-3 square payed dividends for you in the third quarter.
Despite a rare power outage that shut down the action at the Superdome for a little over 30 minutes, the two teams eventually made it back out onto the field to keep everyone's gambling addiction at bay. Unfortunately there was no over/under bet on that kind of event taking place.
You only have a little time left to win some cash from your squares bet. If your game pays out after each score, there were a few chances to win throughout the third quarter. Jacoby Jones kicked off the second half action with a 108-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, putting the Ravens ahead 28-6. According to The Harvard College Sports Analysis Collective, an 8-6 square paying dividends doesn't happen very often, so congrats if you're in that boat.
Michael Crabtree finally put San Francisco in double digits as he broke free for a 31-yard touchdown with 7:28 to go on the third. Anyone with an 8-3 square took home some cash. Frank Gore also chipped in with a 6-yard score to make it a 28-20 game. There's your 8-0 square if you're holding it.