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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Forget the Superdome power outage. That’s so last week.

The NFL and officials in New Orleans have a new headache.

Video has surfaced of two¬†purported Savannah State University students — code names Kobe and Lebron — sneaking into Super Bowl XLVII ahead of Beyonce’s halftime act.

With cameras mounted to their foreheads, the students made it past security, and managed to navigate the bowels of the Superdome all the way to a pair of seats.

How’d they do it? A 7-minute teaser was posted to YouTube, which ends with a promise for a full-length documentary.

“NFL security is conducting a review and following up with the appropriate authorities in New Orleans,” NFL spokesman Greg Aiello told USA Today.

Think something like this could happen at MetLife Stadium next year? Be heard in the comments…