Students and faculty at Perry Technical Institute in Yakima are showing their 12th Man pride this morning.
Over 100 students and teachers huddled outside of campus to pose and cheer for the Seattle Seahawks, who will be playing against the Denver Broncos for the Super Bowl title.
Organizers say they wanted to put the mini-rally together to show that the even students from outside of the Pacific Northwest are showing their support for the team.
"They come here, and we've had some awesome team support," said instructor Mike Tucker, "We've got different students that have had different teams they rooted for, some of them have even bet and put their hair on the line, there have been some haircuts given out for losing the game. The spirit here is just phenomenal."
This is the second time the school has put together a mini-rally for the students, this morning's event had a larger turnout.
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