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Posted at 3:14 PM ET, 01/24/2011

Since Obama won't come to the Super Bowl, Packers vow to visit him

By Cindy Boren

Forget Disney World. Cornerback Charles Woodson has one destination in mind if his Green Bay Packers win Super Bowl XLV: the White House.

Woodson had not forgotten that President Barack Obama is a Chicago Bears fan who'd vowed to go to the Super Bowl if the Bears had advanced with a victory over the Packers in the NFC championship game.

"The president don't want to come watch us in the Super Bowl?" Woodson told his teammates after the Packers ruined Obama's plan. (Video here.) "Guess what? We're gonna go see him. White House on 3!"

By Cindy Boren  | January 24, 2011; 3:14 PM ET
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Comments

Watching Baylor vs. Kansas St., in a battle to see who can have the ugliest uniforms.

Posted by: freakzilla | January 24, 2011 9:19 PM | Report abuse

Oh my gosh, forget the uniforms, this is the ugliest basketball I've ever witnessed.

Do ugly uniforms beget ugly play?

Posted by: freakzilla | January 24, 2011 9:48 PM | Report abuse

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