Giants edge 49ers in OT to reach Super Bowl

By REUTERS
January 23, 2012 05:59

 
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SAN FRANCISCO - The New York Giants advanced to the Super Bowl with a 20-17 overtime victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday in the National Football Conference championship game.

The Giants, who made the playoffs after winning the regular season finale three weeks ago, will face the American Football Conference champion New England Patriots in the National Football League's title game on Feb. 5 in Indianapolis.

Tynes split the uprights after the Giants had gained a decisive turnover in San Francisco territory after a fumbled punt return by 49ers receiver Kyle Williams.

The Giants, who made the playoffs after winning the regular season finale three weeks ago, will face the American Football Conference champion New England Patriots in the National Football League's title game on Feb. 5 in Indianapolis.

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