SUPERBOWL: Biggest Upset in History; New England Patriots 20 St Louis Rams 17
Byline: PAUL MARTIN in New Orleans
On a day of red, white and blue Super Bowl patriotism, the team with the uniform and colours to match caused the biggest upset of all time to clinch a shock victory.
Before the game had even kicked off in New Orleans the St Louis Rams had been declared sured-bet winner and were installed as massive 14 point favourites.
But all the talk of a rams dynasty became more of a Rams travesty as the New England Patriots capped America's biggest sporting event with a last second winning field goal.
From 48 yards out kicker Adam Vinatieri scored the game winning field goal to hand the Patriots a 20-17 win and land their …
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Publication information: Article title: SUPERBOWL: Biggest Upset in History; New England Patriots 20 St Louis Rams 17. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: The News Letter (Belfast, Northern Ireland). Publication date: February 5, 2002. Page number: 31. © 2006 Johnston Publishing Ltd. COPYRIGHT 2002 Gale Group.