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Published: Sunday, Feb. 2 2014 8:15 p.m. MST

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Samwise
Salt Lake City, UT

Before the game, I thought Denver would win a close one. Boy was I wrong. I wanted Manning to get his second Super Bowl win, but he just always seems to under perform at some point during the post season. With that said, congrats to the Seahawks, they (obviously) deserved it. I am happy for Russell Wilson too. He seems like a pretty good guy actually.

worf
Mcallen, TX

If this was a college game,--people would say the Broncos can't play with the big boys.

Yet, they were good enough to be in the Super Bowl.

If these two teams played again next week, would the results be the same?

Hmm?

There You Go Again
Saint George, UT

The Broncos lay an egg.

Sherman is nowhere to be seen/heard, on the field, at the end of the game.

Perfect.

truth in all its forms
henderson, NV

it was like watching JV go against Varsity.

Go Big Blue!!!
Bountiful, UT

These two teams played in the preseason with the same result. I love to watch Payton play, but the Seahawks this year really are the best team in the NFL.

Sambonethegreat
Salt Lake City, UT

Two Aggie greats in Bobby Wagner and Robert Turbin getting super bowl rings after just two years removed from their time at Utah State... way cool! This will definitely help recruiting.

From a one-point potato bowl loss to a dominant super bowl win in such a short time, I couldn't be more proud right now. The crow the naysayers have to eat makes it sweeter yet.

Go Aggies! Go Hawks go!

Raymond fan
Olympia, WA

Sherman was "nowhere to be seen or heard" because he was hauled off on a golf cart due to an ankle injury. Didn't you notice or were you just watching the superbowl for the commercials and the chip 'n dip.

There You Go Again
Saint George, UT

@Raymond fan

Thank you for taking the time to respond to my comment.

Sherman had an ankle injury?

Gee...that's really terrible...

I hope he gets all better...real soon.

Y-Ask-Y?
Provo, UT

I was pulling for Payton, as well. But rather than being depressed by the whooping Seattle put on Denver, I was amazed at how dominant Seattle's defense was. That was some impressive football! Great game!

And the best commercial was Bruce Willis and Fred Armisen for Honda. Hilarious!

concretebo
Sandy, UT

Great game !! Sorry Denver , there was also another Aggie in there for the Sea Hawks
offensive lineman Paul McQuistan.

Craig Clark
Boulder, CO

The camera told the story each time it showed Manning on the bench when the offense was off the field. He looked so demoralized.

worf
Mcallen, TX

If Seattle was truely the NFL best football team.

Why did they lose three games?

Wouldn't the teams that beat them, be better?

Ed Grady
Idaho Falls, ID

Denver's O-Line was dreadful. That tripping penalty by Beadles killed a great drive when the Broncos were still in contention.

tinplater
scottsdale, AZ

Way to go Aggies! How rare is a safety on the first play of the game and a start the second half touchdown return on the opening kickoff? Amazing! Denver just couldn't get it going, and Wagner is in the middle directing the defense. Turbin a really nice carry called back by a penalty. All in all a great moment for USU. Hope they make an appearance in Logan displaying the new jewelry.

tinplater
scottsdale, AZ

By the way..best commercial in our opinion was the Doritos Time Machine commercial which was made by our neighbor here in Scottsdale for $300 and part of a competition. Hope it wins (a million dollars!).

Wildcat
O-town, UT

@concretebo

Paul McQuistan played for Weber State not USU. Congrats to McQuistan, Tubin, and Wagner!

Spokane Ute
Spokane, WA

At worf

The last team standing is the Seattle Seahawks. They left no doubt last night. No one goes undefeated in the NFL. Kind or odd you would even question Seattleseahawks title and greatness. It was very apparent who was the best last night.

justsevenup
CHEHALIS, WA

As was said so eloquently by M. Lynch a few days before..." I never got anything by just takin about it"...and his best comment was..."WE GOT THE DOGS"....How true a statement.....but even more important was that Denver was so worried by what Lynch might do to them they focused most of their effort and energy on him and as the end came it was very clear that lynch drew so much attention with all the hype and his running style it allowed the other offensive players to gain the advantage in having fewer defensive players from Denver focusing on them...hence more offensive success.

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