Transcript for Groundhog's Day 2013: Punxsutawney Phil Faces Stiff Competition
That punxsutawney phil emerging from his hole this morning with no shadow in sight and predicting an early spring is on the way. He's not the only groundhog who's got game. That's right. State island chuck is predicting the outcome of the super bowl. Abc's john muller. Reporter: Staten island chuck he's a tough new york city groundhog. Now, he joins a four-legged ledgeon predicting who's going to disney land. It's groundhog day awaiting the forecast for punxsutawney phil. If you're like bill murray thinking that this is another groundhog day. Think again. Super bowl sunday is upon us. Touchdown! Reporter: So this morning, we asked the ultimate pig skin prognosticating question, can the groundhog predict the winner of the super bowl? For the answer, meet staten island chuck. He makes his home at the staten island zoo and in an "good morning america" exclusive, he's making his pick. But before we revealed the inside information that will have running to a las vegas sports book. If you're taking your cue from a monkey, they seem to be going heavy on the niners. Same goes for the pick of the pups. This cool cat is betting on the baltimore. The porcupine likes the ravens. Are we sensing a trend? It's all up to you, staten island chuck. The first set, the bait. Now, the choice. 49ers OR RAVENS. Get ready for the play by play. He breaks right. Charges forward. Very little hesitation. Chuck is a groundhog who feels the picks in his gut. He's going, he's going, he's PICKING THE 49ers TO WIN SUPER Bowl xlvii. Chew on that, america. If you played along at home, breaking the prediction right here, we go to the high seas. An aquarium in florida. They're going for the ravens. Oh, no. Go figure. By the way, chuck, predicts an early spring. Staten island chuck, also like punxsutawney phil, this morning, predicted the early spring. Bravo, john muller. Take it away! Like that. Coming up here on "good
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