Ravens' win won't soon be forgotten
From blackout to 49ers' rally to Lewis' last stand, Super Bowl was lights out
NEW ORLEANS -- In every way imaginable, both literally and figuratively, Super Bowl XLVII was "lights out."
The Baltimore Ravens survived a 34-minute third-quarter power outage and a furious comeback attempt by the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday to claim their second NFL championship, winning 34-31 in one of history's most memorable Super Bowls.
Thanks to a postseason-record 108-yard kickoff return for a touchdown by Jacoby Jones to start the second ...
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