FOXBOROUGH, Massachusetts (Reuters) - The Baltimore Ravens upset the New England Patriots 28-13 on Sunday to win the AFC Championship and advance to next month's Super Bowl in New Orleans.
The Ravens will play San Francisco in the National Football League's title game on February 3 after the 49ers beat the Atlanta Falcons 28-24 earlier on Sunday to win the NFC Championship.
In a first for the Super Bowl, both teams are coached by brothers with Jim Harbaugh overseeing the 49ers and John Harbaugh in charge of the Ravens.
The Patriots beat the Ravens in last year's AFC Championship and looked to be on their way to another Super Bowl berth when they led by six points at halftime.
But the Ravens piled on three unanswered touchdowns in the second half, including two from wide receiver Anquan Boldin, to run away with the game.
The Ravens will appear in just their second Super Bowl after winning the biggest prize in American professional sports at the end of the 2000 season.
(Reporting by Larry Fine; Writing by Julian Linden in New York; Editing by Frank Pingue)
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