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At this point, pretty much everyone knows that there are a LOT of lacrosse connections to this year’s Super Bowl. It’s officially a Lacrosse Super Bowl. If you didn’t know that before, well, now you do.
Although the newspapers said that the New England Patriots defeated the Seattle Seahawks 28-14 in Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday, but I think the real winner (other than Katy Perry) was the game of lacrosse.
The women’s lacrosse team at Drew University had the once in a lifetime opportunity to be part of the Bruno Mars (and Red Hot Chili Peppers) Super Bowl halftime show last weekend. The team was chosen from an applicant pool along with students from other schools local to MetLife Stadium, where the NFL’s season finale was held.
The entire sports world seemingly has zeroed in on one big storyline in the NFL. Richard Sherman’s interview, and the media fallout thereafter – which Connor examined yesterday – has intensified the Broncos offense versus Seahawks defense Super Bowl script. As lacrosse tough guy Tucker Durkin puts it…
Lacrosse players don’t just play lacrosse. They make videos. Super Bowl Finalist commercials. Let’s help this laxer take it to the next level, shall we? YES!
Lax links, lax links, lax links, NEW ORLEANS. Come in for some click juice and tons of pictures from Connor’s adventure down south!
Rehashing another odd 7 days on The Spoon Feed. What golden nuggets of randomness did the internet have to offer us during the first week in February? You’ll just have to check it out to see what you missed.