108 million people watched the Superbowl. The lights went out because DESMOND DIDN'T PUSH THE BUTTON. ~LOST's Damon Lindelof
Adam Rifkin stashed this in LOST!
I though the new kickoff return record was 109 yards, but ESPN corrected me:
Jones took the opening kickoff of the second half, a line-drive shot from David Akers, deep in the Ravens' end zone and ran it the other way for the score, stretching Baltimore's lead to 28-6. The Ravens ended up winning, 34-31.
The return originally was ruled a 109-yarder, which would have been an NFL regular season and postseason record, before the league later changed it to 108 yards.
"Daylight," Jones said after the game. "Follow any avenue and it was daylight."
Today I learned that LOST's obsession with 108 lives on. Thanks, @damonlindelof.
Keep pushing the button, Desmond.