Facts and figures

January 30, 2000

Site: This is the second Super Bowl at Atlanta's Georgia Dome. The other was in 1994, a 30-13 Dallas victory over Buffalo. It's the ninth indoor Super Bowl, the first since 1997 at the Superdome in New Orleans.

ABC-TV announcers: Al Michaels, play-by-play; Boomer Esiason, analyst; Lesley Visser and Lynn Swann, field.

Seating capacity: 72,000.

National anthem: Faith Hill.

Players' shares: Winners, $58,000 a man. Losers, $33,000 a man.

Uniforms: Titans are the home team and will wear dark jerseys. Rams are the visiting team and will wear white.

Attendance: To date, 2,628,334 have attended Super Bowl games. The largest crowd was 103,985 for Super Bowl XIV at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.

Next year: Super Bowl XXXV will be played Jan. 28, 2001, at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla.

Future sites: New Orleans in 2002, San Diego in 2003.

Vs. spread: Titans 13-5; Rams 14-4.

Vs. common opponents: Titans 7-2; Rams 9-0.

Series record: Rams lead 5-3.

Last meeting: Titans won, 24-21, on Oct. 31, 1999, in Nashville, Tenn.

Postseason records: Oilers/Titans 12-13; Rams 15-20.

NFL rankings: Rams, offense first, defense sixth. Titans, offense 13th, defense 17th.

Notable: Rams scored an NFL-leading 123 points in first quarter. Titans were second with 113. Counting playoffs, Rams were 13-2 on artificial turf, 12-1 indoors. Titans were 4-0 on turf, 2-0 indoors. Titans were 8-1 in games decided by fewer than six points. Rams were 1-2.

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