Wednesday, January 18, 2012


I'm not a big NFL fan. I follow it passively and in passing during the regular season, if at all, and mostly only if the Bears are making any noise. I only start paying attention during the postseason, once College Football has wrapped up.

Still, if there's a team I've historically found myself rooting for in Super Bowls more than others, it would be the 49ers. That's partly because they've played in quite a few, but Joe Montana and Steve Young were just so enjoyable to watch. So even though I harbor some issues with Jim Harbaugh because he played at Michigan, I still find myself rooting for the Niners this post season. It'd be fun if they won.

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