Join Morgan Ryun on her football odyssey as KC’s ultimate Eagles and Chiefs devotee. From childhood fascination to crafting ‘Chiegles’ fashion, her story unfolds. Dive into the emotional highs and Super Bowl dilemmas, all while basking in the camaraderie of two powerhouse teams. Experience the thrill with Morgan as she contemplates selling her house for a shot at a dual-team Super Bowl spectacle!
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Discovering a Childhood Passion
Morgan’s love affair with the Eagles began in her childhood. Seated in Mojo’s, her beloved Kearney coffee shop, she reminisced about bonding with her family, especially her uncle, over football. Watching an Eagles game, she was captivated by the team’s beautiful colors, sparking a lifelong devotion to the players and coaches.
Equal Love for Eagles and Chiefs
Despite growing up in Chiefs territory, Morgan’s love for the Eagles is matched by her affection for the Chiefs. The emotional rollercoaster of the Super Bowl left her torn between the joy of victory and the heartache of defeat. Her loyalty is divided, and it’s a sentiment shared by many in Kearney.
Chiegles: A Lifetime of Fandom
Today, Morgan proudly displays her Eagles allegiance throughout Kearney, sporting custom shirts adorned with the playful term “Chiegles.” It’s a term she created, expressing the unique blend of her two football loves. Morgan confessed, “I’m surprised it took me this long to come up with Chiegles, but we love it.”
Jason Kelce, Travis Kelce, and a Shared Connection
In the realm of players, Morgan leans more towards being a Jason Kelce fan than a Travis Kelce enthusiast. Yet, her admiration extends beyond the players to their mother, Donna. Morgan describes Donna as a saint, expressing a deep connection with her. Despite the competition between the Kelce brothers, Morgan feels a kinship with Donna and respects her as an incredible human.
Game Day Excitement and a Husband’s First Chiefs Game
Decked in predominantly green attire, Morgan, accompanied by her husband, eagerly attends games to witness her two favorite teams in action. Remarkably, it’s her husband’s first Chiefs game, adding an extra layer of excitement to the experience.
Facing the Super Bowl Dilemma
The burning question for Morgan is: What if both the Eagles and the Chiefs make it to the Super Bowl again? Her response reflects the once-in-a-lifetime nature of such an event. Contemplating selling her house or starting a GoFundMe to attend, Morgan dreams of experiencing the pinnacle of football fervor.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How did Morgan become an Eagles fan in Chiefs territory?
Morgan’s childhood exposure to football with her family, particularly her uncle, led to her falling in love with the Eagles’ colors and the team itself.
Q: What inspired the term “Chiegles”?
Morgan coined the term “Chiegles” to encapsulate her dual allegiance to the Chiefs and the Eagles, proudly emblazoned on custom shirts.
Q: Why does Morgan identify more with Jason Kelce than Travis Kelce?
While Morgan admires both Kelce brothers, her deeper connection lies with Jason Kelce. She also shares a special bond with their mother, Donna.
Q: How does Morgan handle the conflicting emotions of supporting both the Eagles and the Chiefs?
The Super Bowl presented a challenging moment for Morgan, torn between the joy of one team’s victory and the heartbreak of the other’s defeat.
Q: What if both the Eagles and the Chiefs reach the Super Bowl again?
Morgan contemplates extraordinary measures, such as selling her house or starting a GoFundMe, to seize the opportunity of witnessing both teams in the Super Bowl.