Showdown Between Teams Comes Down to Performances in Other Big Events by Home States

02.02.2010 – Los Angeles, CA, RazorGator, the leader in Hard-To-Get® tickets for sports and entertainment events worldwide, predicts the winner of Super Bowl XLIV based on which team represents the best performers in the biggest events. Based on the tally, it appears that the Colts could be on their way to another Super Bowl victory.

“We know big events so we thought it would be fun to see how the home states measure up,” said Brendan Ross, CEO and President of Right now, our scoreboard is showing the Indianapolis Colts with a slight edge over the Saints, but don’t underestimate the Big Easy when it comes to performing on the big stage.”

College Basketball: John Wooden was born in Hall, Indiana and played at Purdue before becoming a legend at UCLA. Shaq was a standout at LSU, but he is no match for the Wizard of Westwood when it comes to the Final Four.

Saints - 0, Colts - 7

College Football: Without a lot of individual stand-outs, we looked at the teams. LSU's 3 Football National Championships can't match Notre Dame's 11.

Saints - 3, Colts - 14

Olympics: Mickey Patterson of New Orleans won the first Olympic medal by an African-American woman. Rod Milburn(Opelousas,LA) won a gold medal in '72. Congrats to them, but they can't compare to Lafayette, Indiana's Ray Ewry who overcame polio to win 10 gold medals from 1900-1908.

Saints - 6, Colts - 21

Professional Golf: Shreveport's Hal Sutton has 11 career victories and topped the Tour money list '83. Fuzzy Zoeller(New Albany, IN) has 10 Tour wins including the '79 Masters and '84 US Open.

Saints - 9, Colts - 24

Major League Baseball: Tommy John of Terre Haute was on the losing end of 3 World Series. Mel Ott brought one home to Gretna, LA. Lou Brock added two more in Colliston.

Saints - 16, Colts - 24

Auto Racing: Raised in Pittsboro, Indiana, Jeff Gordon brings home the Cup for his adopted home with some help from Columbus, Indiana's Tony Stewart. We thought they liked NASCAR in the South? There is no one from Louisiana in this race.

Saints - 16, Colts - 31

Professional Basketball: Indiana has French Lick's 3 time NBA MVP Larry Bird, but he shared his NBA titles with Shreveport's Robert Parish. However, a "little" guy by the name of Shaquille O'Neal puts the Bayou State on top.

Saints - 23, Colts - 34

Pro Football: The Hoosier state's, Bob Griese, Len Dawson and Rod Woodson, can taut a combined 4 Super Bowl wins in their collective careers. Shreveport's Terry Bradshaw matches them ring-for-ring. Peyton Manning and his brother Eli are on the Louisiana side of this match-up thanks to their dad Archie's time New Orleans.

Final Score: Saints - 30, Colts -37

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