Super Bowl

Season 6 Episode 1

Super Bowl VI - Dallas Cowboys vs. Miami Dolphins

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Aired Sunday 3:15 PM Jan 16, 1972 on CBS
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Super Bowl VI - Dallas Cowboys vs. Miami Dolphins
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Super Bowl VI between the NFC Champion Dallas Cowboys and the AFC Champion Miami Dolphins at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Final Score: Dallas Cowboys 24 Miami Dolphins 3

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    Jack Whitaker

    Jack Whitaker

    Sideline Reporter / Trophy Presentation

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    Ray Scott

    Ray Scott

    Play-By-Play Announcer

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    • TRIVIA (14)

      • Final Score
        Dallas Cowboys 24
        Miami Dolphins 3

      • Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Roger Staubach was named Super Bowl VI MVP.

      • Coaches
        Dallas Cowboys
        Tom Landry (Head Coach) (1-1 in Super Bowls)
        Ermal Allen (Special Assistant)
        Bobby Franklin (Defensive Backfield)
        Jim Myers (Offensive Line)
        Dan Reeves (Offensive Backfield)
        Ray Renfro (Receivers and Pass Offense)
        Ernie Stautner (Defensive Line)
        Jerry Tubbs (Linebackers)

        Miami Dolphins
        Don Shula (Head Coach) (0-2 in Super Bowls)
        Bill Arnsparger (Defense / Linebackers)
        Monte Clark (Offensive Line)
        Tom Keane (Defensive Backfield)
        Mike Scarry (Defensive Line)
        Howard Schnellenberger (Offense and Receivers)
        Carl Taseff (Offensive Backfield)

      • Path to the Super Bowl
        Dallas Cowboys
        NFC East Champions (11-3)
        Divisional Playoff: defeated NFC Central Champion Minnesota Vikings 20-12
        Championship Game: defeated NFC West Champion San Francisco 49ers 14-3.

        Miami Dolphins
        AFC East Champions (10-3-1)
        Divisional Playoff: defeated AFC West Champion Kansas City Chiefs 27-24 (2 OT)
        AFC Championship Game: defeated Wild Card Baltimore Colts 21-0.

      • The victory improved the Dallas Cowboys' franchise Super Bowl record to 1-1.
        This is the Miami Dolphins first appearance in the Super Bowl.

      • This is the Second Super Bowl to be played at Tulane Stadium. The facility also hosted Super Bowl IV.

      • The Dallas Cowboys received a winner's share of $15,000. The Miami Dolphins received a loser's share of $7,500.

      • The average cost of a 30-second commercial was $86,000.

      • The face value of Super Bowl VI tickets was $15.

      • Miami was designated the home team for Super Bowl VI. They wore aqua jerseys and white pants while Dallas wore white jerseys and silver pants.

      • The Dallas Cowboys were 6 point favorites.

      • The three points scored by the Miami Dolphins is the fewest points scored by a team in Super Bowl history.

      • Roger Staubach became the first Heisman Trophy winner to win the MVP award. He had won the Heisman in 1963 while paying at the United States Naval Academy.

      • The game-time temperature of 39 degrees is the lowest in Super Bowl history.

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    • NOTES (3)

      • Super Bowl Rosters
        Dallas Cowboys

        #26 Herb Adderley (LCB) *
        #19 Lance Alworth (WR) *
        #66 George Andrie (RDE) *
        #83 Mike V. Clark (K)
        #63 Larry Cole (LDE) *
        #89 Mike Ditka (TE) *
        #52 Dave Edwards (LOLB) *
        #62 John Fitzgerald (C)
        #32 Walt Garrison (RB) *
        #34 Cornell Green (SS) *
        #79 Forrest Gregg (G) (DNP)
        #77 Bill Gregory (DT)
        #43 Cliff Harris (FS) *
        #22 Bob Hayes (WR) *
        #35 Calvin Hill (RB)
        #54 Chuck Howley (ROLB) *
        #55 Lee Roy Jordan (MLB) *
        #50 D.D. Lewis (LB)
        #74 Bob Lilly (RDT) *
        #64 Tony Liscio (LT) *
        #51 Dave Manders (C) *
        #14 Craig Morton (QB) (DNP)
        #76 John Niland (LG) *
        #61 Blaine Nye (RG) *
        #75 Jethro Pugh (LDT) *
        #30 Dan Reeves (RB)
        #20 Mel Renfro (RCB) *
        #31 Gloster Richardson (WR) (DNP)
        #85 Lawrence 'Tody' Smith (DE)
        #12 Roger Staubach (QB) *
        #56 Thomas Stincic
        #33 Duane Thomas (RB) *
        #37 Ike Thomas (CB)
        #67 Pat Toomay (DE)
        #87 Billy Truax (TE)
        #41 Charlie Waters (S)
        #42 Claxton Welch (RB)
        #10 Ron Widby (P)
        #70 Rayfield Wright (RT) *
        #36 Joseph H. Williams (RB)

        Miami Dolphins
        #40 Dick Anderson (SS) *
        #85 Nick Buoniconti (MLB) *
        #31 Terry Cole (RB)
        #71 Frank E. Cornish (DT)
        #77 Doug Crusan (LT) *
        #39 Larry Csonka (RB) *
        #61 Bob DeMarco (C) *
        #86 Vern Den Herder (DE)
        #73 Norm Evans (RT) *
        #75 Manny Fernandez (LDT) *
        #80 Marv Fleming (TE) *
        #25 Tim Foley (LCB) *
        #32 Hubert Ginn (RB)
        #12 Bob Griese (QB) *
        #72 Bob Heinz (RDT) *
        #45 Curtis Johnson (RCB) *
        #21 Jim Kiick (RB) *
        #57 Mike Kolen (ROLB) *
        #67 Bob Kuechenberg (LG) *
        #62 Jim Langer (G)
        #15 Charles Leigh (RB)
        #66 Larry Little (RG) *
        #88 Jim Mandich (TE)
        #53 Bob Matheson (LB)
        #10 George Mira (QB) (DNP)
        #79 Wayne Moore (T)
        #22 Mercury Morris (RB)
        #26 Lloyd Mumphord (CB)
        #89 Karl Noonan (WR)
        #48 Bob Petrella (S)
        #56 Jesse Powell (LB)
        #74 John Richardson (T) (DNP)
        #70 Jim Riley (LDE) *
        #13 Jake Scott (FS) *
        #20 Larry Seiple (TE/P)
        #84 Bill Stanfill (RDE) *
        #82 Otto Stowe (WR)
        #59 Doug Swift (LOLB) *
        #81 Howard Twilley (WR) *
        #42 Paul Warfield (WR) *
        #1 Garo Yepremian (K)

        * Starters
        DNP - Did Not Play

      • Referee: Jim Tunney (32) (coin toss)
        Umpire: Joe Connell (57)
        Head Linesman: Al Sabato (10)
        Line Judge: Art Hoist (33)
        Field Judge: Bob Wortman (84)
        Back Judge: Ralph Vandenberg (47)

        Alternate Referee: Bernie Ulman (6)
        Alternate Referee: Tony Sacco

      • Super Bowl VI Entertainment:
        Pregame: Kilgore J.C. Rangerettes; Air Force fly over
        Anthem: U.S. Air Force Academy Chorale
        Half Time: Salute to Louis Armstrong with Ella Fitzgerald, Carol Channing, Al Hirt and the U.S. Marine Corps Drill Team (produced by Jim Skinner)

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