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After Saying 'I Do' At Seahawks Game Superfans Count On New Baby To Bring Good Luck

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SPOKANE, Wash. - There are a lot of people who call themselves Seattle Seahawk Superfans, but not many people can say the Blue Thunder marching band was their wedding band.

Rick and Lo, however, can say that. They got married at CenturyLink Field in the fall of 2012 at a game where the Seahawks beat the Arizona Cardinals 58-0.

"So many people who we didn't know but who were fans...were cheering [at the wedding]" remembers Lo. "For them to support us was so nice."

Rick was born into a Seahawks superfan family. His parents actually got married at a game in the 1980's. When he proposed the idea of a Seahawks wedding to Lo, he was very excited when she was on board.

"It kind of put us over the top, once we got married there was no going back," Rick said. "Now you are a for-life, die-hard Seahawks fan."

From their Seahawks themed basement to their football-themed wedding vows, the Seahawks have had a strong presence in the couples' life from the time that they first met.

Most recently, Rick and Lo welcomed a baby boy, Ricky, into their family. His baby shower, was of course, Seahawks-themed.

They hope someday their son continues the tradition of getting married at a Seahawks game.

"This is the choice he won't really have, about being a Hawks fan," explained Lo. That will be a given for him."

But this weekend, when they watch the game, Rick and Lo will not be too worried about where their son chooses to get married.

This weekend, they just hope he is the good luck charm the Seahawks need for a win.

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