Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Dallas Cowboys 17 to 27

Sunday, January 28, 1996, Super Bowl

The Cowboys played the Steelers in Super Bowl XXX on Sunday, January 28, 1996. The Cowboys entered the game with a record of 12-4-0, while the Steelers entered the game with a record of 11-5-0. The Cowboys won 27-17 to win Super Bowl XXX, finishing their championship season with a record of 12-4-0 in the regular season, 3-0 in the playoffs. The Steelers finished their season 11-5-0 in the regular season, 2-1 in the playoffs. Larry Brown was voted as the Super Bowl MVP, the first Super Bowl MVP of his career.


Pittsburgh Steelers offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
310 207 103 3 25

Coaches

Head Coach: Bill Cowher Offensive Coordinator: Ron Erhardt Defensive Coordinator: Dick LeBeau Special Teams Coordinator: Bobby April Wide Receivers Coach: Chan Gailey Offensive Line Coach: Kent Stephenson Running Backs Coach: Dick Hoak Tight Ends Coach: Pat Hodgson Defensive Line Coach: John Mitchell Linebackers Coach: Marvin Lewis Defensive Backs Coach: Tim Lewis Defensive Assistant Coach: Lou Spanos Conditioning Coordinator: Chet Fuhrman Player Development: Anthony Griggs Administrative Assistant: Lou Spanos Assistant Athletic Trainer: Rick Burkholder Intern: Mike Miller


Dallas Cowboys offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
254 198 56 0 15

Coaches

Head Coach: Barry Switzer Offensive Coordinator: Ernie Zampese Defensive Coordinator: Dave Campo Wide Receivers Coach: Hubbard Alexander Offensive Line Coach: Hudson Houck Running Backs Coach: Joe Brodsky Tight Ends Coach: Robert Ford Defensive Line Coach: John Blake Linebackers Coach: Jim Eddy Defensive Backs Coach: Mike Zimmer Special Teams Coach: Joe Avezzano Kicking Coach: Steve Hoffman Defensive Quality Control Coach: Steve Hoffman Offensive Quality Control Coach: Steve Hoffman Strength and Conditioning Coach: Mike Woicik Assistant Director of Football Operations: Craig Glieber Scout: Jim Garrett Football Operations Intern: Bryan Wansley Minority Coaching Intern: Chris Wilson