In just two weeks, the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers will take the Miami field to compete for the Super Bowl. Two former BYU stars, San Francisco linebacker Fred Warner and Kansas City safety Daniel Sorensen, will both make their Super Bowl debut. The Chiefs’ head coach Andy Reid, a BYU alum as well, will try to win his first Super Bowl title as a head coach.
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