Who won Super Bowl V?

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The Baltimore Colts won the Super Bowl V in 1971, 16-13 was the final score against the Dallas Cowboys. Click on the 'Super Bowl V' link on this page to read about the game. Super Bowl V was the fifth championship game of the modern National Football League (NFL). The game was played on January 17, 1971 at the Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida following the 1970 regular season. The AFC champion Baltimore Colts (14-2-1) defeated the NFC champion Dallas Cowboys (12-5), 16-13, on the first game played on artificial turf.

super bowl V was won by the Baltimore colts!!! 13-16
mike curtis (colt defender) got an INT. which was returned to the 15 YD line which set up an 32 YD FG with :5 left for rookie kicker Jim O'brien whom made it and gave a permanent lead (13-16) over the cowboys
The Super Bowl didn't start until 1967.
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Who won Super Bowl XL?

The Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Seattle Seahawks 21-10 in Super Bowl XL played February 5, 2006. Click on the 'Super Bowl XL' link on this page to read about the game.

How won thhe Super Bowl?

The Seattle Seahawks won the Super Bowl in 2014. The 2015 SuperBowl is scheduled to be played on February 1st.

Who won the Super Bowl V and what was their reccord?

The Baltimore Colts won Super Bowl V. There were 11-2-1 in regular season play that year. . Super Bowl V Baltimore Colts - 16 (Johnny Unitas, University of Louisville) Dallas

Who won Super Bowl XLV?

The Green Bay Packers won Super Bowl XLV against the Pittsburgh Steelers, 31-25.

Have the rams won a Super Bowl?

YES, the beat the Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV. They beat the Titans in one of the best finishes in SB history. LB Mike Jones make a tackle at the 1 yard line to stop

Who won the 68th Super Bowl?

As of 2010, there have only been 44 Super Bowls. You'll have to wait 24 years or until 2034 before anyone can answer that with absolute certainty.