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Serving Up Tradition for the Big Game

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The Super Bowl is more than a football game. It has become a unique part of the American experience. Super Sunday is shared by millions of people worldwide. Some watch it at home and others prefer to be among the crowd.

Dozens of enthusiastic fans chowed down and cheered for their team at Beef 'O' Brady's in Lynn Haven. It was a packed house for the big game.

Even though the fans were on different sides of the field, they were all at the restaurant to watch the game and eat wings.

The National Chicken Council says more than one billion chicken wings will be eaten this weekend. Beef's served up its healthy share Sunday night. Many people were in and out throughout the game picking up boxes of food.

Despite your choice from the menu, it's still a game that divides tables. A husband and wife were rooting for different teams, and three young boys took fun bets on the game.

It was friendly competition that makes a great American tradition.