The celebrity Super Bowl picks

February, 3, 2013
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NEW ORLEANS -- Here is what the celebrities are predicting for the Super Bowl, courtesy of the Scripps Howard News Service:

MALLORY HAGAN, Miss America: Ravens, 24-14.

ANDREW DICE CLAY, comedian: 49ers, 33-27. I am going with the 49ers, but I think it is going to be a close game. As for why I'm picking San Francisco, I think the name "49ers" sounds a little dirty -- oooh!

MARK CUBAN, owner, Dallas Mavericks: 49ers, 28-16. Because I hate the Ravens, just like every kid from Pittsburgh does.

JOAN JETT, musician; has picked the last seven Super Bowl winners: Ravens, 31-28.

JACK NICKLAUS, Hall of Fame golfer: Ravens, 24-21. It really is a toss-up game, but being a longtime AFC fan, I will go with Baltimore. Plus, I believe the Ravens have more players from the state of Florida. Living in Florida, that gives me another reason to root for them.

DANICA PATRICK, race car driver: Ravens 34-24. Going to be an exciting game. ... I'm going to be pulling for the Ravens since GoDaddy's founder, Bob Parsons, is from Baltimore, and it's always fun to pull for a team that you have a personal connection with!

DONALD TRUMP, businessman; host, "The Apprentice": 49ers, 24-21. Great defense.

JIMMY WALKER, actor, "Good Times": Ravens, 31-26. Well, since I picked the Ravens at the beginning of the year, I gotta stick with the Ravens.

ADAM WEST, actor, "Batman": 49ers, 24-21. This may be West Coast wishful thinking, but I think it'll finish 24-21 in favor of the Niners. But they've gotta get down and dirtier this game. The Ravens will. San Francisco's QB is looking gruesomely good. Protect that pocket.

ROBERT VAN WINKLE, rapper Vanilla Ice: Ravens, 31-28. They've already beat the two biggest offenses in the league, Denver and New England. The score will be close.

Jamison Hensley

ESPN Ravens reporter

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