Whew, boy. Are you trying to talk about Harrison's 100-yd. INT return?(AKA the greatest play in Super Bowl history.) Harrison's knees were on top of the opponent when he tumbled into the endzone, and the opponent's body is not considered part of the ground. Not only is this the most basic of football knowledge, but in case there were flatliners like you in the TV audience, the commentators at the time explained it over and over again.steelers do cheat like there last superbowl his ness were down and they said he was in the end zone
Now go empty your drool-cup before you try to post again.