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Who Dat going to the Super Bowl? The New Orleans Saints!

January 26, 2010 by  
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tripvineTripvine.com (AOL Travel) -It’s funny to think that 43 years of Saints history has ultimately come down to one kick. After a nailbiter of a game, Saints kicker Garrett Hartley made a 40-yard field goal, helping beat the Minnesota Vikings 31-28 and securing a spot in the Super Bowl. For more than 4 decades, the team, the city and the fans have fought for and dreamed about this day.

1/24/10 will be forever etched in New Orleans history books as the day when the Who Dats made their mark. The Saints’ victory is more than just about football, it’s the ultimate underdog story of not only a team but a city that has perpetually struggled in the face of adversity. A little more than four and a half years ago, New Orleans reached its lowest moment when it was largely flooded and destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. Back then, much of the country had doubts about New Orleans’ future, let alone its football team. But when the Saints won’t the NFC Championship last night to secure a spot in the Super Bowl, the entire world heard it: Who Dats are not only destined for glory but their city is coming back stronger and better than ever.

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Craig Guillot

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“Who Dat” going to the Super Bowl? The New Orleans Saints!

Its funny to think that 43 years of Saints history has ultimately come down to one kick. After a nailbiter of a game, Saints kicker Garrett Hartley made a 40-yard field goal, helping beat the Minnesota Vikings 31-28 and securing a spot in the Super Bowl. For more than 4 decades, the team, the city and the fans have fought for and dreamed about this day.

1/24/10 will be forever etched in New Orleans history books as the day when the Who Dats made their mark. The Saints’ victory is more than just about football, it’s the ultimate underdog story of not only a team but a city that has perpetually struggled in the face of adversity. A little more than four and a half years ago, New Orleans reached its lowest moment when it was largely flooded and destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. Back then, much of the country had doubts about New Orleans’ future, let alone its football team. But when the Saints won’t the NFC Championship last night to secure a spot in the Super Bowl, the entire world heard it: Who Dats are not only destined for glory but their city is coming back stronger and better than ever.

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