On This Date in Sports 1/6/1980

The Pittsburgh Steelers earn their fourth trip to the Super Bowl is six years. For the second straight year, the Steelers beat the Houston Oilers 27-13 in the AFC Championship Game. The game’s turning point came at the end of the third quarter, when a game-tying score by Mike Renfro was ruled out of bounds, forcing Houston to settle for a field goal. The play would begin the call for the use of instant replay in the NFL.
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