Pittsburgh's Lynn Swann set a Super Bowl record with 161 yards receiving on four catches, including the deciding 64-yard reception with 3:02 left. (In the second quarter, Swann had made one of the most famous catches of the Super Bowl, a juggling, tumbling 53-yarder.) After the Swann touchdown bomb, the Cowboys bounced back with a 34-yard touchdown pass from Roger Staubach to Percy Howard with 1:48 remaining. The Steelers tried to run out the clock but were stopped on fourth down on the Dallas 39. This gave Dallas one more chance, and Staubach ran and passed for two first downs before a desperation pass on the last play was intercepted in the end zone by Glen Edwards.