by Daniel Skora
Around this time each year, many families and friends come together to watch the United States’s most watched sporting event: the Super Bowl.
This year, the Baltimore Ravens are playing against the San Francisco 49ers. If the 49ers win, they will tie the Pittsburgh for having the most Super Bowl victories. The Ravens have only won one Super Bowl.
“The 49ers are going to get eaten by the Ravens,” sophomore Gage Knauss said.
This is also the first time the two head coaches meeting in the Super Bowl will be brothers. Jim and John Harbaugh will battle it out to see who wins.
“A Harbaugh will win,” math teacher Jennifer Vaughan said.
On Super Bowl Sunday, commercial airtime is the most expensive. The commercials often become popular on social media websites for weeks after the Super Bowl.
“It’s been a year full of crazy outcomes, but ultimately the Ravens will be victorious,” senior Mac Norton said.
Some people don’t even enjoy football, but they enjoy the parties. Many people also watch it because of the halftime show which usually contains some of the most popular music artists in the world.
“I don’t follow football, but I think that the Ravens will win,” senior MacKinsey Taylor said.
Overall, this year’s Super Bowl match-up will result in an underdog winning. Stay safe and have fun!
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