SAN FRANCISCO (AP) _ Dallas' 30-20 victory at San Francisco, coupled with Buffalo's 29-10 win at Miami marked the first time both visiting teams won in the championship games since the 1966 season, when Green Bay won at Dallas 34-27 and Kansas City won at Buffalo 31-7.

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Jerry Rice's 5-yard scoring reception in the fourth quarter gave the 49ers receiver 13 TD receptions in the postseason, an NFL record. He had been tied with former Pittsburgh Steelers receiver John Stallworth, who has 12. Rice also had eight receptions to become the all-time post-season leader in receptions with 75. He overtook Cliff Branch, formerly of the Raiders, who had 73 receptions in the postseason.

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The Cowboys will become the first team to appear in six Super Bowls. The Washington Redskins and the Miami Dolphins each have appeared in five Super Bowls.

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The 49ers, who had a TD pass to Jerry Rice called back by a holding call, watched Dallas score a touchdown after a defensive holding call against defensive end Pierce Holt in the second quarter. Holt tackled Emmitt Smith as he came through the middle of the line following a third-down play-action fake that ended in an incompletion. The penalty gave Dallas a first-and-goal at the 4 and Daryl Johnston ran it in on the next play. Referee Jerry Markbreit said in the judgment of headlinesman Paul Weidner, Holt tackled Smith knowing he didn't have the ball to try to prevent him from going out for a pass. ''The rule is the defender cannot tackle anyone who obviously does not have the football,'' Markbreit said. San Francisco coach George Seifert said declined to dispute the call. ''That's part of the game,'' he said.

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The 49ers loss ended a six-game winning streak against the Cowboys dating back to 1981.

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Candlestick Park's freshly resodded turf held up remarkably well despite sometimes heavy rain. ''I knew the sod that we put in this week would hold because it's Bermuda grass and that's the best there is,'' said NFL turf consultant George Toma, who oversaw the resodding effort. It was the 49ers' first loss in six games on a Toma-prepared field.

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Jimmy Johnson is now 35-33 lifetime as Cowboys coach after a 1-15 start. He's trying to become the first coach to win both a college and professional football championship. He won the collegiate title while coaching Miami in 1987.