The Superbowl is soon. What superstitions do you practice for your favorite team to win?
When in school, I would do a couple of windmills with my right arm only just before the game. I felt like if I did this I would do great during my volleyball game. Now, when watching my favorite college football teams, I think that if I don't turn to the game until after the 2nd quarter that my team will win when playing a difficult opponent. Does anyone else have a superstition that they practice in order to give your favorite team an edge?
I would always check the teams official web site every time to see if there are any updates from interviews to articles. that were written.
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