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Super Sibling Rivalry

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There's an extra element that fuels the sibling rowdiness between Joplin residents Stacy Klagge and her brother Craig Seeman It's one that stems from watching football growing up.

"We each picked out three home games we went to and eventually it turned into one of those things that Stacy became a Seahawk fan for lust after Jim Zorn," said Seeman. "I think I became a Bronco fan because at the time I remember that Craig Morton was our quarterback and I thought it was cool that a quarterback had the same name as I did.

Same family, different teams, both of which will be battling it out this weekend in the Super Bowl.

But these two are no ordinary fans. They each share an intense passion for their teams. So much so that Seeman walks on Denver blue and orange with his beloved "Broncos" shoes, and Kagge cruises in Seattle blue.

"I've put a nice decal on my car, which is permanent."

But with all the fun between these two, there's one major detail to be known: What will happen this Sunday?

"We're going to be watching the game at dads," said Klagge. "And we're probably going to be watching it handcuffed to chairs so we can't touch each other. It should be fun."

"For people who don't like profanity or foul language avoiding my father's house that Sunday would probably be a great idea," said Seeman.

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