Power has been restored at the New Orleans Superdome and the Super Bowl is back in play.
A power outage forced the game to stop play for 35 minutes as crews worked to fix the problem.
Commentators are filling time as the team stays on the field.
Officials say power is starting to come back on and expect it to be up to full service shortly.
The power went out in the third quarter with the Baltimore Ravens leading the San Francisco 49ers 28 to 6.
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