Peyton Manning impersonation wins ninth-grader Super Bowl tickets from ESPN

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OREM, Utah — A teenager from Utah won a trip to the Super Bowl for a video of him impersonating Peyton Manning.

Talon Peterson submitted a video to a Twitter contest from ESPN’s “Sunday NFL Countdown.”

He wore full Broncos gear for the video and can be heard calling Manning’s famous audible “Omaha.”

https://twitter.com/peterson_talon/status/663400070709022720

Peterson, a 14-year-old ninth-grader according to his local newspaper, was one of the weekly finalists picked over the first 15 Sundays of the season.

On the final week of the regular season, he found out he’s getting the grand prize of two tickets, a flight and hotel to Super Bowl 50.

The announcement was made live on ESPN as Peterson was watching.

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