Former Durango man to fly over Super Bowl

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Former Durango man to fly over Super Bowl

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Isidro Tucson and Bernita Rael created this Denver Broncos snow sculpture at the home of Bernita and her husband, Michael, in Durango. The sculpture is about 8 feet long and 3 feet high.
Marine Capt. Jeff Kuss, a former Durango resident, will fly an F/A-18 Hornet over Super Bowl 50 with his Blue Angels team.
Jeff Kuss, a graduate of Durango High School and Fort Lewis College, is now a pilot for the 2016 Blue Angels, which will do a flyover of Super Bowl 50 on Sunday after the National Anthem.

Former Durango man to fly over Super Bowl

Isidro Tucson and Bernita Rael created this Denver Broncos snow sculpture at the home of Bernita and her husband, Michael, in Durango. The sculpture is about 8 feet long and 3 feet high.
Marine Capt. Jeff Kuss, a former Durango resident, will fly an F/A-18 Hornet over Super Bowl 50 with his Blue Angels team.
Jeff Kuss, a graduate of Durango High School and Fort Lewis College, is now a pilot for the 2016 Blue Angels, which will do a flyover of Super Bowl 50 on Sunday after the National Anthem.
How to watch

Super Bowl 50 will start at 4:35 p.m. on CBS. If you don’t have cable, CBS is making it available for free by streaming it on CBSsports.com. Or people can download the CBS Sports or National Football League apps on devices that support them, including Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Chromecast and iOS or Android mobile devices.

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