All eyes will be on East Rutherford, NJ Sunday as the Denver Broncos take on the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl. Since Denver quarterback Peyton Manning has roots at the University of Tennessee, most country stars are rooting for the Broncos to take the Super Bowl trophy. Here's a roundup of Super Bowl predictions from some of country's hottest stars:
Luke Bryan got to know Peyton Manning when they appeared together at a recent charity event. He says, "I'd love to see Peyton get him one more ring."
Luke knows Seattle is a "powerhouse" this year, so he's not going to be upset if they best the Broncos.
"If Seattle wins, I’m gonna be like, 'Hey! Congrats!' because they’re just an awesome football team," Luke adds.
Luke is most excited about having this Saturday off the road so he can get ready to enjoy Super Bowl Sunday.
He says, "It's gonna be fun."
Tyler Farr is rooting for Peyton Manning and the Broncos because of Peyton's performance both on and off the field. Tyler tells ABC News Radio, "I just think Peyton is a heck of a guy, and kids these days don't get a lot of guys to look up to in the big industries like that, and he's one of 'em. I think they definitely can look up to him. He's just a good, all-around role model."
Joe Nichols expects the Big Game to be a close one since Denver's offense and Seattle's defense are the best in the league, respectively.
"I heard it's the first time the #1 offense and #1 defense play each other in the Super Bowl in, like, 25 years," Joe says. "So, that's interesting. I think that's the way it should be."
Joe will be fine with either team winning, but he'd love to see how they fare with the added element of snow on the field this Sunday
He explains, "I'm hoping for a lot of snow. I know the football players hate this, and anybody that actually goes to the game is gonna hate this, but I hope it's like a foot of snow on the ground. So, I hope that happens. It won't. [NFL Commissioner] Roger Goodell will probably pay off God for that."
The Super Bowl airs this Sunday on FOX.
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