The TV show “Quantum Leap” is about scientists who developed a device that would allow a person to travel back in time. The series ran from 1989 to 1993.

The 1990 episode of Quantum Leap, “All-Americans”, (which aired Jan. 17, 1990), predicted the outcome of  the 1996 Super Bowl XXX

During a scene, the character is in a fictional 1996 and is supposedly watching Super Bowl XXX. He reveals that Pittsburgh is trailing by 3 points.

Where this gets strange:

Six years later, when the real Super Bowl XXX actually took place in Tempe, Arizona, the match-up was the Dallas Cowboys against the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the dramatic game saw the Steelers 20-17 and had the ball back with 4:15 left in the fourth quarter.

Steelers quarterback Neil O’Donnell then threw his second interception of the game leading to Dallas cornerback Larry Brown, who made both interceptions, to becoming the first cornerback to be Super Bowl MVP and the Cowboys held on to a 27-17 victory.

The prediction was especially impressive considering the Steelers had missed four of the last five postseasons at that point.

Also note that the emphasis during the TV show was on the 3 point trail, which would later point to the very real Super Bowl MVP.

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