This is quite frequently NOT TRUE... the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl Champs of 2020 are a testament to the exact opposite-- and there are literally hundreds of games that go the opposite of this claim, every season. For 3/4 of the Division IV title game, Ursuline's speed was too much for Clinton-Massie's power-- but it reversed at the end-- but it certainly doesn't ALWAYS... there was a time when Ohio State (under Woody Hayes) regularly came up short in the Rose Bowl, because Ohio State relied strictly on power-- and then often lost to less powerful, but speedier teams in the Rose Bowl (I specifically remember watching it happen in losses to Stanford, UCLA, and USC)...Difference in outcome IMO. Game was secured with power in the trenches to start second half. Power will nullify speed most every time. Sustained power was difference in this one.