January 20, 2013
Call it what you want, Baltimore Ravens punch ticket to Super Bowl
By MIKE ZEISBERGER, QMI Agency

Ravens head coach John Harbaugh talks to a ref during the AFC Championship game against the Patriots in Foxborough, Mass., on Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013. (Adam Hunger/Reuters)

FOXBOROUGH, MASS. - Having punched his ticket to the Harbaugh Bowl, Ray's Last Waltz, whatever you choose to call Super Bowl XLVII, Terrell Suggs had one final piece of advice for the battered, beaten and bruised New England Patriots.

"Tell them to have fun at the Pro Bowl, those arrogant (bleeps)!" Suggs yelled as he ran into the jubilant Baltimore Ravens locker room, his team having just slain Tom Brady and co. 28-13 in the AFC title game at Gillette Stadium.

For the Ravens, the historic message they sent out into the New England night was loud and clear.

This one was for coach John Harbaugh, who will now be facing brother Jim's San Francisco 49ers for the NFL title in the so-called Harbaugh Bowl on Feb. 3 in New Orleans.



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