SAN FRANCISCO - There's no doubt Baltimore will be awash with Purple Pride leading up to Super Bowl XLVII. But, what about those Ravens' fans rooting for the purple and black in San Francisco?
The group is known as Ravens in the Fog. It's a band of roughly 50 Ravens' fans living in the Bay Area who gather each weekend in their favorite watering hole to cheer on Baltimore.
As the playoff picture began taking shape and Ravens made their push for Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans, the groups numbers began growing by leaps and bounds.
This weekend, they're expecting almost 100 fans to gather for the Big Game with the 49er's. Friday, Megan and Charley spoke with their founder, Peter Allen, on Good Morning Maryland.
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