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Topic - Barry Crane
Pastors in Washington and Colorado know the score: They are adjusting their service schedules for the big game and leading their own friendly competitions between Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos fans.
Mr. Crane received a bit of criticism last year when he moved a morning service earlier because of a playoff game for Seattle, but he said the plan this year is to host a tailgate breakfast after the first service and a tailgate lunch after the second.
"I think that the main thing behind it is we can't take ourselves too seriously," said Barry Crane, pastor of North Sound Church in Edmonds, Wash. "This is twice in Seattle Seahawks' history that they've made it to the Super Bowl.