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Panda Le Le makes his Super Bowl XLVIII bet

(WMC-TV) - If the Denver Broncos win Super Bowl XLVIII, a panda bear at Memphis Zoo could end up taking some of the credit.

Le Le made his pick for the big game and he is putting his bets on a Tennessee favorite, Peyton Manning.

Even though the zoo has had pandas since 2003, this is the first year Le Le has put down his bet on a potential winner.

In front of an audience, Le Le tore down the Broncos banner and rolled around in it in a show of support.

Super Bowl XLVIII will kick off at 5:30 p.m. Sunday. The game is being held at MetLife Stadium, rain, snow, or shine.

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