A tight game, a questionable play call, and a winner is crowned.
FOX News Radio was there -- covering the Super Bowl.
FOX News Radio's Jeff Monosso & Ron Flatter at Super Bowl XLIX, in Glendale, Arizona.
I'm Jeff Monosso at Super Bowl XLIX in Glendale, Arizona, where the New England Patriots are champions for the first time in ten years, after a Malcolm Butler miracle interception at the goal line with 20 seconds left, on a last ditch Seattle drive, as the look of doom on the faces of thousands of Patriots fans, turned to joy and redemption.
(Fan) "Oh, there's no words to describe it."
(Fan) "I'm speechless -- to go up and down that many times and then at the end to not be sure about the interception, after I just lost my mind, I'm surprised my heart still works."
(Fan) "It pretty much proves the best team won, it came right down to the wire."
And, though he was picked off twice -- Tom Brady threw for 328 yards and four touchdowns, and now joins Joe Montana as the only other three time Super Bowl MVP in the Patriots fourth Vince Lombardi Trophy in franchise history, all under Tom Brady and coach Bill Belichick.
After the game the talk wasn't so much about how the Patriots won, but how the Seahawks squandered their last minute chance to score the go-ahead touchdown from the one yard line. Instead of pounding the ball inside with star running back Marshawn Lynch, coach Pete Carroll called for a pass, and Russell Wilson's throw was intercepted by Malcolm Butler at the goal line, sealing the Patriots victory.
Carroll was asked again and again 'why?'
(Carroll) "You can ask all you want. I just told you want happened. We were gonna run the ball in to win the game, but not on that down. And, that was it."
Wilson said that because the Patriots were lined up to defend the run, the Seahawks thought that they could catch them off guard.
(Wilson) "We had a formation where we could throw it on them, and the guy made a great play."
The guy -- Butler, an undrafted rookie free agent who Patriots coach Bill Belichick took a liking to at a try-out.
(Belichick) "He was a part of the, what we like to call - the few, the proud, the free that came in, and did a great job in that rookie minicamp."
A guy who came out of the University of West Alabama, which began its history as Livingston Female Academy. Brady may have been the MVP, but it was Butler who punctuated the Patriots win and made the Seahawks pay for that questionable goal-line decision.
Covering Super Bowl XLIX in Glendale, Arizona, Ron Flatter, FOX News Radio.
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