Parker, Herndon set Super Bowl records

DETROIT -- Willie Parker of Pittsburgh and Kelly Herndon of
Seattle set Super Bowl records for long plays in the third quarter

Parker ran 75 yards for a touchdown on the second play of the
second half, 1 yard longer than Marcus Allen's touchdown run for
the Los Angeles Raiders against Washington in 1984.

Parker's run put the Steelers up 14-3.

With the Steelers apparently driving for another score, Herndon
stepped in front of Cedrick Wilson at the Seattle 4, grabbed the
pass thrown by Ben Roethlisberger and returned it 76 yards to the
Steelers' 20. Seattle scored three plays later to make it 14-10.

Herndon's return was 1 yard longer than Willie Brown's
interception return for a touchdown against Minnesota in 1977.

Parker, the Steelers' leading rusher this season with 1,202
yards, was limited to 11 yards on six carries in the first half.
But coach Bill Cowher said at halftime the Steelers had to stay
with the run, and they did so by getting Parker free on a
second-and-10 play.