The first Sunday in February may not be an official holiday recognized by the US government, but it sure feels like one. Superbowl Sunday is a sacred day for millions upon millions of Americans, who pounce on any opportunity presented to gorge on an ungodly amount of chips, pizza, wings, and other fattening foods, while keeping an eye out for the E-Trade baby.

    In the Superbowl this year, the upstart Philadelphia Eagles, operating behind backup quarterback Nick Foles, challenge the New England Patriots dynasty of Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, who have captured five Superbowl rings over the past 15 years.

    Staffers Benner Mullin and Kasra Orumchian ventured into the great unknown of Paly’s campus to gauge the student’s opinions of which team will emerge victorious on Sunday night.

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