NFL stars Aaron Rodgers and Hines Ward will be facing off on the field in Dallas for the big Super Bowl game this Sunday, February 6, but they are also taking the competition off the field. The milk drinking athletes don a Milk Mustache for the 14th annual Milk Mustache Super Bowl ad that will run in USA Today on Friday, February 4. Whoever wins the battle on the field in the big game also will win the battle of the Milk Mustaches off the field, scoring a second, solo ad which will appear in USA Today on Monday, February 7.
Their ad reads:
“Since we both train hard, eat right and drink milk, we’re both fueled up to play the most important 60 minutes of our careers. But only one of us will be the Super Bowl champion.”
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While both players disagree on who they think will win the big game, there are some things the star athletes can agree on. They know it takes more than just practice to get to the Super Bowl. A good start is getting at least 60 minutes of physical activity every day and fueling up your body with nutritious foods and beverages, including fruits, vegetables, whole grains and lowfat milk. This can have a big impact on how you feel and perform at the activities you love, like football.