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How Super Bowl overtime works

A winner must be decided in the final and biggest game of the season. The rules for overtime are mostly the same in the Super Bowl as they are in the regular season, though there are some slight differences. The NFL amended its overtime rules in 2010, allowing the possibility for both teams to get a chance in overtime. If the team that wins the coin toss and receives fails to score a touchdown, the other gets the ball, and play will go on.
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