The Baltimore Ravens advanced to the AFC Championship game thanks to a 20-13 win over the Houston Texans last weekend. That set up a meeting with the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro.
You might recall that the Ravens and Patriots met in a 2010 playoff game at the very same venue – and on the first play from scrimmage in that game, Ray Rice took a hand-off 83 yards to the house. (You can see the play here.)
Baltimore never looked back that day, winning 33-14, and when Rice spoke with our Scott Graham ahead of this Sunday’s game, Scott asked him about that special moment.
(Listen to Ray Rice’s interview from 1/19/12)
Coverage of the AFC Championship Game between the Patriots and the Ravens begins this Sunday at 2PM Eastern. Dave Sims, James Lofton and Tony Boselli (sidelines) will have all the action from Foxboro. Click here to find a station near you.
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