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February 5th, 2010
12:00 PM ET

'Til football do us part

We've heard many stories about how sports rivalries test family loyalties. But never one quite like this.

He is a chef from New Orleans, but a Colts fan at heart. And she is a die-hard Saints fan, from Indianapolis. It's gotten so bad that the couple has divided their restaurant – "War of the Roses" style – right down the middle.

Deb and Carter Hutchinson joined us on Friday's American Morning, live from Mooresville, Indiana.

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  1. sanford in wyoming

    I am apalled at Manning behavior(not shaking hands with Drew Brees,) afte the game. To me that is VERY childish and unsportsman like. So you lost,be a man and congradulate the winner. What kind of message did he send to ALL who were watching,that it is ok to be a sore looser? I feel that the NFL should atleast fine him and make him publicall apologize to and congradulate the Saints.

    February 9, 2010 at 2:11 pm |
  2. elaine

    you guys are talking about the who's half time show and i d like to comment. i am shocked that no one mentioned the fact that pete townsend was arrested for child porn. its a disgrace that he was even considered to perform. he is a low life who prays on our children.

    February 8, 2010 at 10:27 am |
  3. Jan

    My son in law was Saints #32. Kent Hull and Charles were high school friends and played football together. Charles passed away in April of '09. His son told me that when his daddy passed, he took the Saints Curse with him. And I believe it. Sunday, before the game, I went to his grave and put out Valentines flowers for his children(they live in Denver), said a special prayer and prayed all afternoon that the Saints would win. It worked!!!

    My grandson has his room decorated in Saints decor along with his dad's jersey and other Saints memorbelia. He believes that his dad is the guardian angel for the Saints!!

    Hats off to the SAINTS and to the memory of Wm. Charles Andrews, Saints Jersey #32.

    February 8, 2010 at 9:39 am |