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KHQ.COM - The NFC championship game is today where our Seahawks take on the 49ers.

We set up our 'Squawk Box' at Riverpark Square Mall on Friday where Hawks fans gave us their prediction for the big game!

We will be giving a prize to our favorite Super Fan!

Send us your photos and if you missed the 'Squawk Box' at Riverpark Square Mall, send us your own video!

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