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Weekly Whirl – Superbowl Fever!

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Sunday February 5th marks the date of football’s biggest night – the National Football League’s 46th Superbowl! The New York Giants face off against the New England Patriots in a rematch of the 2010 Superbowl! Last time the Giants came out on top! Can they do it again? Only time will tell!

Sebree Baltimore – “I don’t know who made this, but found it and thought it to be a great way to add to the celebration.”

Kacie Lynne Campbell: “Last year’s Superbowl. My daughter is draped in our Packers towel because she didn’t have a jersey. My son, who has austism, is a big Clay Matthews fan. It was an awesome day in the Campbell/Esparza household!”

Richie Maldonado: “Little G-Man…Let’s GO Giants! :)”

Jamie Milward: “This was taken in October of 2008, supporting our teams for Halloween! It wasn’t SuperBowl but we ended up wearing the same thing during the Superbowl game that season! lol”

Kelly Rodriguez Andrus: “Go Patriots! (This is our son Bradley’s war cry face!)”

  1. Katie Wright
    February 6, 2012 at 8:59 am


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