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  NINERS SEEK SIXTH SUPER BOWL CROWN  
  January 30, 2020 Edition  
     Under the leadership of Cardinal Mooney High School graduate, 39-year-old Jed York, the San Francisco 49ers, were one of the most unlikely pre-season picks (40-1) to compete in this year’s Super Bowl. This Sunday the Niners will enter Super Bowl LIV as a slight underdog against the Kansas City Chiefs, when the hottest offense in the NFL meets their match in the strongest defense in the NFL. Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m. Serving as
      co-chairs of the Niners franchise are Denise and John York, who provide the resources and guidance, to uphold the 49ers celebrated history out of DeBartolo Corp. headquarters at Market St. and Southwoods Dr. in
      Boardman. Here’s a recap of the Niners Super Bowl history:
     
      Jan. 24, 1982
      San Francisco 26 – Cincinnati 21
      Pontiac Silverdome
       The Niners entered the game with a 13-1 record. Joe Montana threw for 157 yards and a touchdown. The game was one of the most-watch in television history at the time with more than 80 million viewers. The Niners victory was the first of five Super Bowl wins under owner Edward J. DeBartolo Jr.
      Cost of a 30-second television commercial: $324,000
     
      Jan. 20, 1985
      San Francisco 38 – Miami Dolphins 16
      Stanford Stadium
       The Niners entered the game with 15-1 record and were once again led by quarterback Joe Montana who went 24/25 passing, good for 331 yards and three touchdowns.
      Cost of a 30-second television commercial: $525,000
     
      Jan. 22, 1989
      San Francisco 20 -Cincinnati 16
      Joe Robbie Stadium
       San Francisco entered the game with a 10-6 mark. While Niners wide receiver Jerry Rice was named game MVP with 11 catches for 215 yards and a TD, it was Johnny Taylor who grabbed the game-winning touchdown pass with 32 seconds left in the contest, capping a 92 yard drive that began with just 3:10 left on the clock. The Super Bowl win was the last for legendary Niners Head Coach Bill Walsh.
      Cost of a 30-second television commercial: $650,000
     
      Jan. 28, 1990
      San Francisco 55 – Denver 10
      Louisiana Superdome
       San Francisco entered the game with a 14-2 record under first year Head Coach George Seifert. ‘Super Joe’ Montana performed his magic again, connecting on 22/29 passes for five touchdowns and was named Super Bowl MVP for the third time.
      Cost of a 30-second television commercial: $700,000
     
      Jan. 29, 1995
      San Francisco 49 – San Diego 26
      Joe Robbie Stadium
       San Francisco entered the game with a 13-3 record with Steve Young at quarterback. Young was named Super Bowl MVP. The win marked the fifth and final Super Bowl title for the Niners under the ownership of Edward J. DeBartolo Jr.
      Cost of a 30-second television commercial: $1.15 million
     
      Feb. 3, 2013
      Baltimore 34 – San Francisco 31
      Mercedes Benz Superdome
       San Francisco entered the game with an 11-4-1 record under the leadership of Jed York. The as the Niners were led by Jim Harbaugh and the Ravens were led by his brother, John Harbaugh. Baltimore jumped out to a 21-6 first half lead, and increased that to 28-6 when Raven Jacoby Jones ran a kickoff 108 yards for a touchdown. 108 million people watched the game on television.
      Cost of a 30-second television commercial:
      $4 million
     
      Sun., Feb. 2, 2020
      San Francisco vs. Kansas City
      Hard Rock Stadium
       San Francisco enters with a 13-3 record, while the Kansas City Chiefs come into the game with a 14-2 log and are a slight favorite. The Niners earned their berth in the game defeating the Green Bay Packers, 37-20 in the NFC title game. The Chiefs won their trip to the Super Bowl besting the Tennessee Titans in the AFC championship game, 35-24.
      Cost of a 30-second television commercial: $5.6 milliongame is often referred to as the ‘Har-Bowl,’
 
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