In one of the strangest Super Bowl's in recent memory, the Baltimore Ravens held on to beat the San Francisco 49ers 34-31, but it wasn't easy.
The Ravens threatened to run away with the game, dominating the first half and then they started the second half with Jacoby Jones returning the kickoff 108 yards for a Super Bowl record, giving the Ravens a 28-6 lead. But then there was a 35-minute delay in the game due to a power outage, which also seemed to zap Baltimore's energy.
CBS was broadcasting the game, and they lost power too. That's why they went to commercial without explaining what happened. When they came back, only one sideline reporter, Steve Tasker, had a microphone that worked.
After about 34 minutes, full power was restored and the game resumed with the Ravens beating the 49ers, 34 to 31.
Ravens' quarterback Joe Flacco was named the game's MVP, throwing for 287 yards and three touchdowns while completing 22 of 33 passes. And, during the post-game celebration, he was heard dropping an f-bomb live on TV.
It's the Ravens' first title since 2000, when they beat the New York Giants, 34-7.