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Bearcats Super Bowl LV predictions fall short

Senior Brandon Barrios and Paso High graduate Loryn Boggs pose in their Super Bowl attire ahead of the game

Paso High students take their sides (or none) ahead of Super Bowl LV

Tampa Bay Buccaneer fans across the country have been chanting “We’re going to Buc you up” to the opposing Kansas City Chiefs fans in anticipation of Superbowl LV, and that’s exactly what they did. With a final score of 31 to 9, the Buccaneers take home their second Super Bowl ring, and their quarterback Tom Brady picked up his seventh ring out of the ten Super Bowl appearances he’s made in his career.

Paso High students made their predictions ahead of the game: Only 32% out of 79 bearcats expected a win from the Buc’s, but 39% actually wanted them to win, according to an Instagram poll conducted by Crimson NewsMag on February 4th.

Freshman Kalani Gaviola and junior Malia Gaviola smile with their family in their own team’s attire, keeping the spirit for the game.

“I want Tampa Bay to win because it’d be cool to see Brady have seven rings and show he doesn’t need Belichick to win,” senior Brandon Barrios said.

Bill Belichick is the New England Patriots general manager, and Brady was the Patriots quarterback for his other six superbowl wins.

Other people were hoping for a win from the Kansas City Chiefs, being led by quarterback Tom Brady. 

“I’m a Niners fan, but if I had to pick, I’m going to say Kansas City. My aunt is a huge fan and it’s her 80th year of life… Go Chiefs!” freshman Kalani Gaviola said. 

Juniors Avery Hambly, Bastiaan Jaureguy and sophomore Jaclyn Bullard relax in anticipation of the game, preparing for “the funny commercials and the food.” (Hambly)

61% of people surveyed wanted the Chiefs to take home the trophy, and 68% thought the Chiefs would win, regardless of who they wanted.

“I don’t really care about the game. I’m here for the funny commercials and the food,” junior Avery Hambly said.

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