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Video: Students’ Thoughts About the Super Bowl

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This Sunday on NBC at 6:30 p.m., the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles, both 13-3, will play against each other in the 52nd Super Bowl. Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady hopes to lead his team to their sixth Super Bowl title, while Eagles Quarterback Nick Foles hopes to lead the Eagles to their first ever Super Bowl win. With dynamic players on both sides of the ball, including Patriots Tight End Rob Gronkowski, Eagles Defensive Lineman Fletcher Cox, Patriots Cornerback and Former Stallion Stephon Gilmore, the 52nd Super Bowl will be exciting to see if the Patriots continue their Dynasty or if the Eagles will clench their first ever Super Bowl title.

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