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Ravens victory at Super Bowl XLVII happened 10 years ago, today

BALTIMORE -- On this day 10 years ago, the Baltimore Ravens went to Super Bowl XLVII, also known as the Harbowl, and won 34-31.

This was the epic game when the lights went out mid-game, Jacoby Jones ran the ball back 108 yards for a kick return that would set a new record and Sam Koch ran the ball around for almost 10 seconds to take a safety and practically secure the Ravens win.

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The lights at the Superdome in New Orleans went out in the third quarter of the game.

The Ravens were up against the San Francisco 49ers 28-6.

It took 34 minutes for the lights to come back on, and when they did, the 49ers staged a comeback, but it wasn't enough. Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh secured a victory over his brother Jim.

Here's an NFL recap of the Harbowl: 

Super Bowl XLVII: Ravens vs. 49ers highlights | NFL by NFL on YouTube

Good times, Baltimore. Think they'll be back next year?

You can see Philadelphia face-off against Kansas City on February 12 in Super Bowl LVII at 6:30 p.m. 

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