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Super Bowl picks and preps in Albany

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Football lovers are gearing up to watch Super Bowl 49 Sunday night and most people have already decided who's going to win.

“Oh I want the Seahawks to win because they are great," Wanda Cheeks, Seattle Fan

“I like Russell Wilson, Richard Sherman," John Johnson, Seattle Fan.

“I like both teams really, but I'm a call Seattle," Venise Lewis, Seattle Fan.

Many South Georgians said they are excited to see Albany native Ricardo Lockette return to the Super bowl.

" He's an Albanian and I'm a friend of the family, So I'm excited that we have an Albanian that's playing in the Super Bowl," said Wanda Cheeks

While some people will watch the game at home.

" We've been taking to go orders all week so you can watch the game at your house," Jeremy Dykes- Buffalo Wild Wings, General Manager.

Others will enjoy the game at restaurant and bars like Buffalo Wild Wings.

“Like today is almost like our Black Friday. This is the day that we live for," Jeremy Dykes, General Manager.

Workers spent the day decorating the restaurant with balloons. They'll also be giving away raffle prizes like this Coors Light chair equipped with a cooler and sound system.

" We got to get out there and make everybody happy, we put extra staff on, extra food, " said Dykes.

Several people say the Super Bowl gives them a chance to spend time with family and enjoy good food.

" I like football that's the main thing," said Coloyer Alderman

" Just the atmosphere that comes with it. The fun, it just brings a lot of fun," said Will Alderman

In Albany Shannon Wiggins WALB News 10.

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