Super Bowl

Season 32 Episode 1

Super Bowl XXXII - Denver Broncos vs. Green Bay Packers

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Aired Sunday 3:15 PM Jan 25, 1998 on CBS
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Super Bowl XXXII - Denver Broncos vs. Green Bay Packers
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Super Bowl XXXII between the AFC Champion Denver Broncos and the NFC Champion Green Bay Packers at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California.
Final Score: Denver Broncos 31 Green Bay Packers 24

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  • this was a good superbowl johns first win

    8.0
    in this superbowl it was the packers who were trying to win two in a row after beating the patriots last year and in this one it was the broncos trying to win and to get john elways first win. the broncos started to do really good and packers then started to come back and john elway pulled it out and won his first superbowl and he was so happy wining and hold up his first lombardi trophy and the packers fell short of going to win 2 in a row to become like a dynasty. this was a good gamemoreless
Dick Enberg

Dick Enberg

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Phil Simms

Phil Simms

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Will McDonough

Will McDonough

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Greg Gumbel

Greg Gumbel

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Cris Collinsworth

Cris Collinsworth

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Paul Maguire

Paul Maguire

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Jim Gray (I)

Jim Gray (I)

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John Dockery

John Dockery

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  • TRIVIA (15)

    • Final Score
      Denver Broncos 31
      Green Bay Packers 24

    • Denver Broncos Running Back Terrell Davis was named Super Bowl XXXII MVP.

    • Coaching Staffs
      Denver Broncos
      Mike Shanahan (Head Coach) (1-0 in Super Bowls)
      Frank Bush (Linebackers)
      Barney Chavous (Assistant Offensive Line / Assistant Strength & Conditioning)
      Rick Dennison (Special Teams)
      Ed Donatell (Special Teams)
      George Dyer (Defensive Line)
      Alex Gibbs (Assistant Head Coach / Offensive Line)
      Mike Heimerdinger (Wide Receivers)
      Gary Kubiak (Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks)
      Dwain Painter (Defensive Assistant)
      Brian Pariani (Tight Ends)
      Ricky Porter (Offensive Assistant)
      Greg Robinson (Defensive Coordinator)
      Greg Saporta (Assistant Strength & Conditioning)
      Rick Smith (Defensive Assistant)
      John Teerlinck (Pass Rush Specialist)
      Bobby Turner (Running Backs)
      Rich Tuten (Strength & Conditioning)

      Green Bay Packers
      Mike Holmgren (Head Coach) (1-1 in Super Bowls)
      Larry Brooks (Defensive Line)
      Nolan Cromwell (Special Teams)
      Gil Haskell (Wide Receivers)
      Johnny Holland (Defensive Assistant / Quality)
      Control Kent Johnston (Strength & Conditioning)
      Sherman Lewis (Offensive Coordinator)
      Jim Lind (Linebackers)
      Tom Lovat (Offensive Line)
      Andy Reid (Quarterbacks)
      Gary Reynolds (Offensive Assistant - Quality Control Administrative Assistant - Football Operations)
      Barry Rubin (Assistant Strength & Conditioning)
      Mike Sherman (Tight Ends / Assistant Offensive Line)
      Fritz Shurmur (Defensive Coordinator)
      Harry Sydney (Running Backs)
      Bob Valesente (Defensive Backs)

    • Path to the Super Bowl
      Denver Broncos
      AFC Wild Card (12-4)
      Wild Card Round: defeated Wild Card Jacksonville Jaguars 42-17
      Divisional Playoff: defeated AFC West Champion Kansas City Chiefs 14-10.
      Championship Game: defeated AFC Central Champion Pittsburgh Steelers 24-21.

      Green Bay Packers
      NFC Central Champions (13-3)
      Divisional Playoff: defeated Wild Card Tampa Bay Buccaneers 21-7.
      Championship Game: defeated NFC West Champion San Francisco 49ers 23-10.

    • The victory improved the Denver Broncos' franchise Super Bowl record to 1-4.
      The loss dropped the Green Bay Packers' franchise Super Bowl record to 3-1.

    • The coin toss was performed by Joe Gibbs, who was joined on the field by Eddie Robinson and Doug Williams. Green Bay called Tails and won the toss. They elected to receive.

    • This is the second Super Bowl to be played at Qualcomm Stadium. The facility also hosted Super Bowl XXII, at which time it was known as Jack Murphy Stadium.

    • The Denver Broncos received a winner's share of $48,000. The Green Bay Packers received a loser's share of $29,000.

    • The average cost of a 30-second commercial was $1,300,000.

    • The face value of Super Bowl XXXII tickets was $275.

    • Denver was designated the home team for Super Bowl XXXII. They wore blue jerseys and white pants while Green Bay wore white jerseys and gold pants.

    • The Green Bay Packers were 11 point favorites. It was the fifth consecutive game in which one team was a double-digit favorite, the longest such streak in Super Bowl history. It was the first time in five games that the favorite lost.

    • NFL owners awarded the home of Super Bowl XXXII to San Diego at their October 26th, 1993 meeting in Chicago.

    • Denver running back Terrell Davis set a record for the most rushing touchdowns in a Super Bowl with three. He also tied the record for the most touchdowns of any kind in one Super Bowl.

      Davis accomplished the feat despite missing the entire second quarter with a migraine headache.

    • The Denver Broncos became the first AFC team to win the Super Bowl in 14 years. The last AFC Team to win was the Los Angeles Raiders, who beat the Washington Redskins 38-9 in Super Bowl XVIII.

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  • NOTES (3)

    • Super Bowl Rosters
      Denver Broncos
      #57 Allen Aldridge (MLB) *
      #27 Steve Atwater (FS) *
      #34 Tyrone Braxton (SS) *
      #6 Bubby Brister (QB) (DNP)
      #56 Keith Burns (LB)
      #59 Glenn Cadrez (LB)
      #89 Dwayne Carswell (TE)
      #86 Byron Chamberlain (TE) (DNP)
      #39 Ray Crockett (LCB) *
      #30 Terrell Davis (RB) *
      #63 David Diaz-Infante (G/C)
      #33 Dedrick Dodge (S)
      #1 Jason Elam (K)
      #7 John Elway (QB) *
      #21 Darrien Gordon (RCB) *
      #85 Willie Green (WR)
      #29 Howard Griffith (RB) *
      #75 Brian Habib (RG) *
      #96 Harald Hasselbach (DE)
      #22 Vaughn Hebron (RB)
      #21 Randy Hilliard (CB)
      #81 Patrick Jeffers (WR)
      #25 Darrius Johnson (CB)
      #77 Tony Jones (RT) *
      #97 Mike Lodish (DT)
      #31 Derek Loville (RB)
      #37 Anthony Lynn (RB)
      #87 Ed McCaffrey (WR) *
      #26 Tim McKyer (CB)
      #51 John Mobley (LOLB) *
      #66 Tom Nalen (C) *
      #93 Trevor Pryce (DT)
      #53 Bill Romanowski (ROLB) *
      #16 Tom Rouen (P)
      #69 Mark Schlereth (LG) *
      #84 Shannon Sharpe (TE) *
      #42 Detron Smith (RB)
      #90 Neil Smith (LDE) *
      #80 Rod Smith (WR) *
      #74 Harry Swayne (T)
      #98 Maa Tanuvasa (RDT) *
      #94 Keith Traylor (LDT) *
      #32 Tony Veland (S)
      #91 Alfred Williams (RDE) *
      #65 Gary Zimmerman (LT) *
      Inactive
      #70 Jamie Brown (T)
      #50 Jon Hesse (LB)
      #72 Ernest Jones (DE)
      #8 Jeff Lewis (QB)
      #62 Dan Neil (G)
      #99 David Richie (DT)
      #58 Steve Russ (LB)
      #88 Sir Mawn Wilson (WR)

      Green Bay Packers
      #13 Steve Bono (QB) (DNP)
      #87 Robert Brooks (WR) *
      #93 Gilbert Brown (LDT) *
      #36 LeRoy Butler (SS) *
      #89 Mark Chmura (TE) *
      #26 Mark Collins (CB)
      #44 Chris Darkins (RB)
      #60 Rob Davis (LS)
      #81 Tyrone Davis (TE)
      #67 Jeff Dellenbach (C/G) (DNP)
      #72 Earl Dotson (RT) *
      #71 Santana Dotson (RDT) *
      #33 Doug Evans (LCB) *
      #4 Brett Favre (QB) *
      #86 Antonio Freeman (WR) *
      #55 Bernardo Harris (MLB) *
      #24 Aaron Hayden (RB)
      #30 William Henderson (RB) *
      #17 Craig Hentrich (P)
      #90 Darius Holland (DE/DT)
      #56 Lamont Hollinquest (LB)
      #32 Travis Jervey (RB)
      #54 Seth Joyner (LOLB) *
      #53 George Koonce (LB)
      #94 Bob Kuberski (DT)
      #25 Dorsey Levens (RB) *
      #8 Ryan Longwell (K)
      #80 Derrick Mayes (WR)
      #95 Keith McKenzie (DE/LB)
      #85 Terry Mickens (WR)
      #28 Roderick Mullen (CB/S)
      #39 Mike Prior (S)
      #62 Marco Rivera (C/G)
      #41 Eugene Robinson (FS) *
      #42 Darren Sharper (CB/S)
      #73 Aaron Taylor (LG) *
      #83 Jeff Thomason (TE)
      #63 Adam Timmerman (RG) *
      #78 Ross Verba (LT) *
      #92 Reggie White (LDE) *
      #64 Bruce Wilkerson (T)
      #98 Gabe Wilkins (RDE) *
      #51 Brian Williams (ROLB) *
      #37 Tyrone Williams (RCB) *
      #52 Frank Winters (C) *
      Inactive
      #70 Joe Andruzzi (G)
      #82 Don Beebe (WR)
      #97 Paul Frase (DE)
      #38 Blaine McElmurry (S)
      #77 John Michels (T)
      #18 Doug Pederson (QB)
      #84 Bill Schroeder (WR)
      #99 Jermaine Smith (DT)

      * Starters
      DNP - Did Not Play

    • Referee: Ed Hochuli (85)
      Umpire: Jim Quirk (5)
      Head Linesman: John Schleyer (21)
      Line Judge: Ben Montgomery (117)
      Field Judge: Don Dorkowski (113)
      Side Judge: Doug Toole (4)
      Back Judge: Paul Baetz (22)

      Alternate Referee: Dick Hantak (105)
      Alternate Umpire: Ed Coukart (71)

    • Super Bowl XXXII Entertainment:
      Pregame: A celebration of music and history of California. Performances by The Fifth Dimension, Lee Greenwood and members of the Beach Boys. Phil Hartman narrated the show.
      Anthem: Jewel (American Sign Language performance by Phyllis Frelich)
      Half Time: Salute to Motown's 40th Anniversary with Boyz II Men, Smokey Robinson, Martha Reeves, Temptations and Queen Latifah (produced by Radio City Music Hall)

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