Tim McGraw Hangs at the Super Bowl

photo by Cindy Ord/SiriusXM

Tim McGraw was among the lucky folks down in New Orleans for Super Bowl XLVII, and stood behind the winning Baltimore Ravens. In an interview with SiriusXM, Tim cited his acting role in The Blind Side, which is the story of the Ravens' Michael Oher, as the reason.

“It would be awesome to see him win and come full circle," said Tim. "I am sort of torn, because my dad [Tug McGraw] is from San Francisco and my uncle Hank lives out in San Francisco, but my heart is with Michael and you’d love to see that story mature into the Super Bowl championship.”

Tim also talked about his wife Faith Hill's Sunday Night NFL introductions. "That’s the one thing I am glad all my friends growing up get to see," he told the show's hosts.

See the interview below. Tim's new album, Two Lanes of Freedom, hits stores tomorrow.

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