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New York Giants Win Super Bowl XLVI But New England Patriots Still Top Twitter’s Trend

New York Giants wide receiver Mario Manningham makes an unbelievable catch.

It’s official; the 2011-12 NFL Super Bowl Champions are the New York Giants. Coming in again as the underdogs to the New England Patriots like they were in 2008, the Giants scoring late in the fourth quarter again took the lead and would go onto win.

As for the New England Patriots they would head back into the locker room as they did in 2008 while the Giants would remain on the field to celebrate their Super Bowl victory.

However, there’s one thing different this time as twitter unlike in 2008 is a lot more popular with it’s trends and tweets, which brings us to the trend that’s circling the social media world right now; “Patriots Locker Room Playlist.”

Yes that’s right, Patriots Locker Room Playlist is trending worldwide as users pick a song or more that they would imagine playing in the Patriots locker room after the game if they were listening to music.

So here’s a sample playlist of some of the best ones that we felt fit the trend best.

1. From @iSpeakComedy: Notorious B.I.G. – It Was All A Dream.

2. From @UptownJigg: Brittney Spears – Opps I did It Again.

3. From @SjonesiProduce: Rolling Stones – You Can’t Always Get What You Want.

4. From @KGorospe: Waka Flocka – No Hands (His reasoning, for all the missed catches).

5. From @Sonaclj: One Republic – It’s To Late To Apologize.

6. From @DiaryOfG2Gent: Keyshia Cole – I Should’ve Cheated.

7. From @_CanYouLive: Notorious B.I.G. – Give Me One More Chance.

8. From @Jelanie_: Justin Timberlake – Cry Me A River.

9. From @Jelani_: Déjà vu- Beyonce.

10. From @BTNichols_MOAM: DJ Kahled – All I Do Is Win (His reasoning, wait wrong locker room).

11. From @TheLindaMilani: Akon – I Tried

12. From @Mads_3: Lady Gaga – Speechless.

13. From @Mads_3: Keyshia Cole – I Just Want It To Be Over.

14. From @Jelani_: Alicia Keys – Try Sleeping With A Broken Heart.

15. From @Jelani_: Usher – Burn.

Now I’m sure that there are plenty of more songs that you could add to this playlist which you can certainly do by posting your comment below. As for the rest of the Patriots night, I’m sure it will just be a quiet one. However a little music never hurts. So with that I would like to conclude the playlist with a song by Queen, We Are The Champions New York Giants Remix.

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High School Student Suspended For Tebowing: Connor Carroll All-Access

One of the many pictures of Connor Carroll Tebowing. Photos given by Connor.

Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow hasn’t only touched the football world with his great skills, but he’s touched the world with a new trend called tebowing. Now tebowing is when you get down on a knee and start praying, even if everyone else around you is doing something completely different. This trend, called “tebowing” has taken over the world as vast amounts of people have been performing this act. One of those several people to perform this trend called “tebowing” was a Riverhead High School senior Connor Carroll. Carroll as well as his brother were suspended from school and from their baseball team for one game, here’s what Connor Carroll had to say.

Mike Ortiz: Are you a Broncos fan?

Connor Carroll: No. I am a New York Giants fan.

Mike Ortiz: When did you first get the idea of tebowing?

Connor Carroll: I first got the idea of tebowing on Thanksgiving. My family was gathered around watching the pregame show and CBS aired a segment in which people were tebowing all over the world in places such as the Vatican, Eiffel tower, etc…

Mike Ortiz: What made you want to do it in school?

Connor Carroll: We tebowed in school because we are all big Tim Tebow fans. It was supposed to be a small thing between my group of friends. It took a life of its own.

Mike Ortiz: How did you convince your friends to do it?

Connor Carroll: I did not need to convince my friends to do it. They are all fans of Tim Tebow and thought it would be cool to show our respect to Tim.

Mike Ortiz: How many times have you done this in school?

Connor Carroll: We tebowed once a day Monday through Wednesday. 3 times.

Mike Ortiz: Why did you guys get in trouble?

Connor Carroll: We got in trouble for blocking the halls. Administration has told the media we have been warned before therefore we were the only ones suspended. That is completely false. They are trying to connect an unrelated event two months ago. Our principal has even told us that event is unrelated. We were never warned.

Mike Ortiz: Did you think it was fair?

Connor Carroll: I do not think the suspensions were fair. We were not warned. There were up to 40 students involved and 38 get off with warnings? Quite ridiculous.

Mike Ortiz: Were your parents mad at you that you got suspended?

Connor Carroll: My parents were not mad. They thought it was funny. They were upset that we were singled out.

Mike Ortiz: Are you done tebowing forever?

Connor Carroll: I’m done tebowing in school because administration will overreact again. I’ll continue tebowing everywhere else though. Myself and Tebowing is linked now so I can’t stop.

Mike Ortiz: Looking back now do you think it was worth getting suspended to make all of the National Coverage etc?

Connor Carroll: Absolutely. It is not what we intended to do. I could never have imagined being on ESPN, FOX News, CBS, NBC, ABC, etc… I would do it all again without hesitation.

Here’s more pictures of the incident:

Photo given by Connor Carroll.

Photo given by Connor Carroll.

Photo given by Connor Carroll.

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