Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

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Bucs Handily Beat Kansas City In Super Bowl LV

Tom Brady threw for three touchdowns as the Buccaneers blasted the Chiefs 31-9 in Super Bowl 55 in Tampa. He found former Patriots teammate Rob Gronkowski twice in the first half for scores.

Incredible – and not even close call aside – the achievement was made even more amazing as this was the seventh Super Bowl title for Brady and the second for the Bucs' franchise. Patrick Mahomes threw for 270-yards and two interceptions as Kansas City failed to repeat as Super Bowl champions.

But there was another piece of history to remember...and we’re not talking about the streaker. In case you missed it, Referee Sarah Thomas is now the first woman to ever officiate a Super Bowl. NFL Executive Vice President of Football Operations, Troy Vincent senior says Thomas' commitment to excellence earned her a spot. For those who don’t know, this isn’t the first time Thomas made history in football. In 2015, she became the NFL's first full-time female official, and in 2019 she was the first woman to officiate an NFL playoff game.

Source: ESPN


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