Last year the Super Bowl in the Stateline was all about Byron's Sean Considine. The ex-Baltimore Raven became the area's first player in the big game in more than thirty years. He retired in the off-season, but still found a way to get involved in the super bowl again.
"I'm at another super bowl," Considine said, "we're competing a little bit today and getting after it so it's a lot of fun."
Considine was the referee at St. Anne's Center this weekend for their "Super Bowl" between the Broncos and Seahawks.
"I just love coming out to events like this and meeting people," Considine told us. "It's an opportunity to maybe get some people excited about football or just lift their spirits. I think it's important to give back to your community, i mean that was part of the reason I built the house in Byron and coming back I've been at several schools this week."
This Super Bowl was a lot more competitive than the one we saw last night, as it was a heated three on three battle.
"It's been fun to see these seniors get competitive and have fun it's been a good experience. I'm a little rusty with my referee skills, but I'm catching up pretty quick."