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    • 1975 Super Bowl winner
      Pittsburgh Steelers
    • Score:
      Won 16–6 vs. Minnesota Vikings
    • MVP:
      Franco Harris (RB)
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  3. Super Bowl IX - Wikipedia

    Super Bowl IX was an American football game played between the American Football Conference (AFC) champion Pittsburgh Steelers and the National Football Conference (NFC) champion Minnesota Vikings to decide the National Football League (NFL) champion for the 1974 season.

  4. Super Bowl IX - Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Minnesota Vikings -...

    Super Bowl IX - Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Minnesota Vikings - January 12th, 1975 NFL Scores — Playoffs Pittsburgh Steelers 16 13-3-1 Prev Game Coach: Chuck Noll Minnesota Vikings 6 12-5 Prev Game Coach: Bud Grant Sunday Jan 12, 1975 Start Time: 3:00pm Stadium: Tulane Stadium Logos via Sports / About logos Team Stats Offense Defense Returns

  5. Five interesting facts from Steelers-Vikings in Super Bowl IX...

    Five interesting facts from Steelers-Vikings in Super Bowl IX ahead of 'Thursday Night Football' Geographical change of plans. Slated to be the first Super Bowl played indoors, the game was moved to 50-year-old Tulane... Historic safety. Steelers defensive end Dwight White recorded the first safety ...

  6. Super Bowl IX Recap: Steelers vs. Vikings | NFL. Two of the best defenses in the NFL, the Steel Curtain and the Purple People Eaters, faced off in Super Bowl IX.

  7. A look back: Super Bowl IX -

    Super Bowl IX. Steelers 16, Minnesota Vikings 6. Tulane Stadium, New Orleans, Louisiana. January 12, 1975. Attendance: 80,997. The Steelers made their first appearance in the Super Bowl and captured their first NFL Championship with a 16-6 victory. The veteran Vikings, meanwhile, had been to the Super Bowl twice before.

  8. Super Bowl IX | Pro Football Hall of Fame

    Super Bowl IX Boxscore SCORING Pittsburgh 0 2 7 7 -- 16 Minnesota 0 0 0 6 -- 6 PIT- safety White 0, 7:49 2nd PIT- Harris 9 run (Gerela kick), 1:35 3rd MIN- T. Brown 0 blocked punt return (kick failed), 4:27 4th PIT- Brown 4 pass from Bradshaw (Gerela kick), 11:29 4th TEAM STATISTICS Pitt.

  9. Super Bowl Winners and Results - Super Bowl History - ESPN

    IX: Jan. 12, 1975: Tulane Stadium (New Orleans) Pittsburgh 16, Minnesota 6: X: Jan. 18, 1976: Orange Bowl (Miami) Pittsburgh 21, Dallas 17: XI: Jan. 9, 1977: Rose Bowl (Pasadena, Calif.) Oakland ...

  10. Super Bowl IX - The Washington Post

    Super Bowl IX Jan. 12, 1975 • New Orleans Steelers' Defense Stuns Vikings, 16-6 By Leonard Shapiro Washington Post Staff Writer January 13, 1975 NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 12 — The colors of the jerseys...

  11. Super Bowl | History, Appearances, Results, & Facts

    Super Bowl, in U.S. professional football, the championship game of the National Football League (NFL), played by the winners of the league’s American Football Conference and National Football Conference each January or February. The game is hosted by a different city each year.

  12. Super Bowl 9 - Steelers vs Vikings Score, Winner, & Stats -...

    Super Bowl IX The Lead-Up to Super Bowl IX. Heading into Super Bowl IX, the Pittsburgh Steelers had a lot to gain and little to lose. Game Day Highlights. On January 12, 1975, 80,997 football enthusiasts flooded into a cold and wet Tulane Stadium in New... Most Valuable Player (MVP). Despite an ...