Just a regular old Thursday in December.  If it was up to Coach Derek Almeida, that's exactly how the lead up to the MIAA Division 6 Super Bowl would be.

"I sat with Coach Almeida and the AD's, we wanted to support what he wanted and whatever was going to help them win, and it is to feel as normal as possible," said Fairhaven Superintendent of Schools Tara Kohler.  "It's not that we're not going to have hoopla and fanfare, but let's celebrate when it's time to celebrate."

So, the day of the Super Bowl will start off perfectly normal, with a radio appearance with the coach and captains on Michael and Maddie, and a crowds of people lining the streets in blue and white as they head up to Route 1 in Foxboro.

"They're going to leave the high school right around noon," says Kohler.  "They're going to go in front of the high school, the middle school, drive past police and fire, and then they'll hit the elementary schools, including the schools in Acushnet."

The focus of the blue and white parade, however, will be on Route 6.  The public is encouraged to dress in blue and white and cheer the team on as they drive down Route 6 to begin their journey.  That should take place shortly after noontime.  You'll be able to hear them coming with their police escort.

"They're going to get to the game nice and early like they always do, and they'll be focused squarely on winning the football game at Gillette Stadium."

More From WFHN-FM/FUN 107