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Published on Sep 19, 2010
The Cardinals were driving down the field. They were two yards away from taking the lead in Super Bowl XLII with just 18 seconds left in the first half. On first-and-goal, Kurt Warner dropped back and quickly got rid of the ball, but Steelers linebacker James Harrison intercepted it. He ran it back 100 yards and scored a touchdown as the first half ended, giving Pittsburgh 17-7 lead.