Larry Brown Comes Up Big In Super Bowl XXX

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When the Cowboys signed Deion Sanders to the team early in the 1995 season, they hoped he would bring a dynamic force to the defense, and elevate the play of his surrounding teammates. That was never more evident than in Super Bowl XXX, where Sanders once again could take away half of the field with his coverage skills, allowing the rest of the secondary to play zone. That's how Larry Brown picked off two second-half passes, which lifted the Cowboys past the Steelers. Brown was named MVP, becoming the fourth Cowboys defender to claim such an honor.

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Strong Second Half Helps Cowboys Repeat

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For the first time in franchise history, the Cowboys won consecutive Super Bowls, pulling away from the Bills in the second half for a 30-13 win. With a defensive touchdown in the first minute of the third quarter, the Cowboys tied the score with the Bills, who were making their unprecedented fourth straight Super Bowl. From there, Emmitt Smith took over, scoring two touchdowns in the second half to claim MVP honors. The Cowboys became the first team in NFL history to start a season 0-2 and win the Super Bowl.

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Cowboys Blow Out Buffalo To Win Third Super Bowl

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The Cowboys played in their first Super Bowl in 14 seasons, facing a team playing in their third straight. But they were hardly intimidated, and by the end of the game, they were the ones bullying around the Bills. The Cowboys pulled away in the second half and cruised to a 52-17 blowout. Troy Aikman threw four touchdowns to win MVP honors as the defense scored two touchdowns.

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