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The New England Patriots shocked the Seattle Seahawks in the final seconds of the game: rookie cornerback Malcolm Butler intercepted a pass from Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson — giving the Patriots their fourth SuperBowl victory in 14 years.

It was a game that surely goes down as one of the most exciting SuperBowls in recent memory. Among other things, it was a contest between the northeast and the Pacific Northwest.

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Ross Reynolds, co-host at The Record on KUOW, Seattle’s NPR station. He tweets @KUOWRoss.

This segment aired on February 2, 2015.

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