Just because it's in the record books doesn't mean it was right. There's a lot of chatter online that Harrison's cheap shot happened before any Cardinals touched the punt, which means that penalty should have given the Cardinals a first down. Should this call and the interception return and the incomplete pass all have gone against the Cardinals if they were "too close to say they were wrong either way?" If that's really what you think, then the refs did blow it for the Cardinals because they could have just as easily called any one of these in Arizona's favor and we'd likely have a different SB champ right now.
There is a HUGE difference between the refs blowing it for the team and the calls not going their way. I'm done with this arguement. I don't really care who won and the Steelers did. I get so sick of there never being a sporting event where someone who wanted one team to win blaming it on the refs that they didn't. There is a difference between totally blowing a call and maybe missing it and if you go back and look at that in every game you can maybe change the outcome in a lot of them.
Finally....... GO PATRIOTS VS. VIKINGS SUPER BOWL NEXT YEAR!!!!!!!!!