UnknownIt’s Super Bowl week, it’s the beginning of primary elections, and the world is still sphere shaped. It’s disappointing that the Patriots didn’t make it back to the Super Bowl, but Tom Brady already has four rings so I guess we can let that one slide. If I had to make a prediction I would say the Panthers will win by multiple touchdowns. They’re on a roll and I don’t think anyone is going to stop them. With no rooting interest which is the case for a lot of people in the Super Bowl it turns to the ad side of the Super Bowl which is always really entertaining. The other major thing happening is the first caucus in Iowa. This year is interesting because Obama can’t run again so we will have a new candidate from both parties. It’s looking like Iowa will go to Trump on the Republican side, and it’s going to be very close on the Democratic side between Hilary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. I’ve done some more research looking into the top candidates on both sides and what I concluded was that I don’t really care for any of them much. The Super Bowl and the election will both result in me watching for entertainment. That probably doesn’t sound the best when I’m saying that I’m going to be watching politics for the entertainment but I think that’s what it’s going to come down to, unfortunately. If I had to make a Presidential prediction, I would go with Bernie Sanders. That’s completely who I think is going to win. If you’re keeping score at home that’s Carolina with the Super Bowl win, and Bernie with the Presidency. Groundhog day is tomorrow, too. I’m going to guess more weeks of winter. If I go 3 for 3 I might never make a prediction again, and just go out on top. Aaron J. Boma 2012 DTHS Grad and ISU Senior