Ravens survive 49ers rally, power out, to win Super Bowl

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February 4, 2013 05:59

 
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NEW ORLEANS - The Baltimore Ravens survived a late fightback from the San Francisco 49ers and a 35-minute power outage to claim a 34-31 Super Bowl victory on Sunday.

For the Ravens, who were outscored 25-13 in the second half, the victory marked the 17-year-old franchise's second National Football League championship and first in 12 years.

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