Philadelphia Eagles fan learns Super Bowl LII score while covering news


Check out this amazing video of a die-hard fan of the Philadelphia Eagles finding out about the final score of Super Bowl LII while covering the news in Tulsa.

It’s only been a few days since the Philadelphia Eagles earned their first Super Bowl title in franchise history after taking down the New England Patriots, but fans across the country are still in shock over the fact that it actually happened. For a team that many wrote off back in December when Carson Wentz went down with a torn ACL, watching the Eagles top off their miraculous run with a Super Bowl win was a dream come true for fans of all generations.

Words can’t even describe how hungry the city of Philadelphia was for a Super Bowl title when looking at all of the suffering and disappointment this team has experienced over the years. From the five appearances in the NFC Championship during the Andy Reid days to Chip Kelly setting this team back a few years when looking at the mess he made during his short tenure, Eagles fans have dealt with a lot over the years, but Sunday’s victory over the Patriots made all that pain a lot easier to deal with.

Since Sunday night, there have been a ton of amazing videos shared across social media of Philadelphia fans celebrating this epic win, but one of the best clips that stood out the most happened to come from a passionate fan out in Tulsa, mainly because he was live on the air when it happened. Eagles fan Harold Kuntz, who happens to be a sports anchor for News on 6 in Tulsa, apparently had to go live on air for a segment towards the end of the game, and when he saw the final score of the game, all of his emotions just went wild.

In a way, this is just one of many examples behind the passion of Philadelphia fans when seeing how Kuntz simply couldn’t hold back tears during the segment, and just went crazy when he found out the Eagles pulled through with the win. Just like Eagles fans all across the country, Kuntz has been waiting a long time for this moment, and the celebrating isn’t going to stop any time soon.

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Based off how fans have reacted in the last few days, one can only imagine how wild the parade is going to be come Thursday morning. Philadelphia fans have established a reputation for being one of the most passionate fan bases in sports, and it’s safe to assume they’re going to party like never before now that the Lombardi Trophy has finally arrived to the City of Brotherly Love.