February 12th, 2013

History Made At Super Bowl XLVII

The best part of Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans was watching two average teams come together and play an unexpected epic game.


History was made when two brothers came together to compete against each other in their first NFL rival game. The games nickname The Harbaugh Bowl, Super Baugh, Brother Bowl, and Superbro.


Second, history was made again when Jacoby Jones of Baltimore returned a kickoff 109 yards for a touchdown. The longest return in Super Bowl history. It later was ruled a 108 yard touchdown.


Lastly, history was made again when the stadium lost power which caused a delay in excess of 34 minutes. It too got a nickname, The Blackout Bowl. This was a game that will go down in the history books. It doesn't get more exciting than this.


Congratulations Baltimore on a monumental Super Bowl win!



NFLRUSH Kid Reporter




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