The Most “Uneventful” Super Bowl

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The Most “Uneventful” Super Bowl

Kareem H., Staff Writer

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On February 3, the Rams went against the Patriots for the Vince Lombardi trophy at Super Bowl LIII. Many people called this Superbowl the most uneventful Super Bowl ever, but really there were two Super Bowl records that were set, one by the Rams and one in general. Johnny Hekker beat the old record for punting by just a yard with a total of a 65 yard punt. The score was 3-3 by halftime, and after halftime the Patriots got a touchdown and did a 1 point conversion in the 4th quarter. This was still the lowest scoring Super Bowl ever.  There were 5 minutes left and the Rams couldn’t get a touchdown in time.  Thus, the Patriots won the Superbowl. Even though that was not the most exciting Super Bowl, there were 2 records set.