A Repeat Game: Super Bowl XXVIII

Super Bowl XXVIII was a unique game because it was the first time the Dallas Cowboys and Buffalo Bills had met for consecutive Super Bowls. The Dallas Cowboys won against the Buffalo Bills 30-13. The game was played on January 30, 1994 and had a total of 72, 817 people in attendance. The game was played in Atlanta, Georgia at the Georgia Dome. The referee for this game was Bob McElwee.

The MVP for Super Bowl XXVIII was Emmitt Smith, quarterback for the Cowboys. He pretty much took over the game and was the shining star. By the end of the game, Smith had 30 carries for 132 yards and 2 touchdowns. He was also recorded catching 4 passes for 26 yards.

This was a big year for Super Bowl XXVIII because the Judds came to sing during halftime. Winona and Naomi Judd were big hits back then. The game aired on the NBC network and had around 90 million viewers. The cost of a 30 second commercial was $900,000, which keeps getting closer to a million dollars every year. Dick Enberg and Bob Trumpy were the announcers for Super Bowl XXVIII.

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