In just two days we will know which brother is better between the Harbaughs. Only one team can win, and only one player can be crowned the game’s Most Valuable Player. Every year, General Motors presents the MVP with the keys to a brand new car, predominately a Corvette. After the recent buzz over the brand new Corvette, Chevrolet has decided that this year’s MVP will take home the all-new Stingray.
The MVP title is for the most dedicated and hardworking player and an all-around difference maker out on the field. Since entering its own playing field, the 2014 Corvette Stingray has been playing on a completely different level than its competitors. So it is only natural that GM would award their MVP to this year’s Super Bowl MVP.
At the end of the day Sunday we will know who outplayed who, and who is deserving of not only the Super Bowl XLVII title, but also the MVP designation. Don’t be surprised to see some jealous eyes as GM hands over the keys to the all-new Corvette Stingray.