Super Bowl XLVII Highlights: Ravens 34 – 49ers 31

02/04/2013

Ray Lewis Ravens WinNEW ORLEANS — The Baltimore Ravens are Super Bowl champions for a second time, beating the San Francisco 49ers 34-31 Sunday night in Super Bowl XLVII.

John Harbaugh’s Ravens beat his brother Jim Harbaugh’s 49ers in a game that will long be remembered for the 34-minute power outage that occurred just after Jacoby Jones had electrified the stadium by returning the opening kick of the second half 108 yards for a touchdown and a 28-6 lead.

Following the delay, San Francisco rallied with 17 unanswered points to get within 28-23, then made it 31-29 later. In the end, with San Francisco just five yards away a go-ahead touchdown, the Ravens defense held on 4th down.

Kevin Harlan and Boomer Esiason called the action on Westwood One Sports.

(Joe Flacco hits Anquan Boldin and Baltimore leads 7-0 early)

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(Flacco’s TD pass to Dennis Pitta makes it 14-3)

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(Jacoby Jones hauls in Flacco’s 3rd TD pass of the half and it’s 21-3)

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(Jones takes the kickoff back 108 yards for a TD to open the second half)

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(Colin Kaepernick finds Michael Crabtree and the Baltimore lead is cut to 28-13)

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(Frank Gore cuts it to 28-20 with a TD run)

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(Kaepernick’s 15-yd TD run cuts it to 31-29)

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(Baltimore stops San Francisco on 4th and goal)

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(The Ravens win Super Bowl XLVII)

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(The final thoughts of our Super Bowl XLVII crew)

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