Eagles fan scores Super Bowl tickets from team after viral online video

A fresh Jersey college student who nearly broke down when she thought she missed the Super Bowl in a viral video after getting her wisdom teeth removed said she’ s “ freaking out” because she got two tickets to the game, courtesy of the Philadelphia Eagles.

The video of Haley Parks, which was initially posted on Facebook Tuesday by her father Bob, was shared on the team’s page on Friday, telling Parks of the exciting news.

“ Hey Haley, we’ ve got two tickets waiting for you in Minnesota, ” the team said .

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The Rutgers University student told NJ. com that she’ s “ currently freaking out” and “ did not expect tickets whatsoever. ” Her parents were reportedly scouring for airline tickets to get her to Minneapolis on Sunday.

The video, recorded by Parks’ mother, shows the girl babbling as she comes out of anesthesia. In it, the 21-year-old gets super emotional, and even tears up at some points, while worrying that she missed the game. Then she goes off on a tangent about the Eagles’ defense being much better than the Patriots and whimpers, “ who cares about Tom Brady. ”

“ Did I miss the Super Bowl? ” Parks asks, suddenly panicked. “ Oh my God! ”

Her mom tries to console her, insisting that she hadn’ t missed anything. “ I’d like the Eagles to win so very bad, ” Parks mumbles through a mouth full of cotton wads.

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After Parks’ mom says she should tell the team how much she “ rooting for them, ” Parks, looking totally bewildered, says “ How am I likely to tell them Mom? I don’ t have their telephone numbers! ”

By Saturday, the video had a lot more than 38, 000 shares and was watched 3. 5 million times.

While Parks may be excited now concerning the game, she’ ll likely need to steer clear of some fan-favorite tailgate foods once she gets there. Hot, spicy foods – like buffalo chicken wings – and alcoholic beverages are among the things to avoid right after getting your wisdom teeth pulled, based on Livestrong .

The Associated Press led to this report.