College football superfans live on an ESPN billboard in San Jose

Two die-hard college football fans tell ABC News' Paula Faris what it was like to live on a billboard
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Paula parents here for the college on national championship game and we have to die hard fans this is Nancy from clams and and is it Alley as. From Alabama roads. And as hard as he and promotion they are living up here on a billboard since December 27 and going on twelve days yes you will. Finally get down off the bill 26 outside that is very exciting that we're marks I got just going to be innocent the we're very deciding that there is side. How did you sit and doing some strange things to pass the time you think yesterday you were preteen your nails aren't Cheney and his piano LB umbrella guerrillas remaining is what is he doing to pass the time. A week we talk a lot yes now we laugh we do a lot of fun things I learned how to tweak by the sept yeah yeah. I did not have had eased letter I have a 400. And followers now spent a lot of time it is and senator hand romancing tiger mom. Miller slash need to be okay to give it didn't put Hernandez got distorts orders were myself I have. And seeing the Ross. Senior Ross yes I love that gets GT learns how to floss appear. A about embarrassing memo I do with. Cuts the F. I'm. Is not yet and I don't believe that but still you you literally have been living up here this is your tennis. This does not yet see your tent is behind us and execute your big screen TV things and you yourself here teeny bit bad week to an it was really a lot of fun her. People that have been watching it on ESPN three. And we had I had courage tech Seattle. Rich and yet to read when and we had champagne and we did it cute name for a long time in its category. There. We're setting an example for everyone else that. Bitter rivals can kind of get along. Absolutely wheat and we actually believe it's about college football thing and so wouldn't that game is gaining we will be very intense schooling her teen but we're going to be different instances that his back so tonight you're you're going to you know descends Hoffman the film like final is again and you can be sitting in fifty yard line deviant Hatfield access is nineteen to gain day. And that's enough I can't hide out that I can like I accidentally and I. Deadly force today because that's we always one of my dreams. Bobby and the board a lot and missed a lot of games so this is a dream come true. And we shouldn't use it declined he served three tours serious street to us and our rack and never miss a game miles an hour reg got stayed up early mornings watching them play. Does at this at this depriving. Gamble we thank you for your service Q we think you. The both of you for setting such a great example to our country that you know you can have a couple of different says this which still get along that play but not his and it. Ruled. No food that's what we're all winners of their right. Bring all of that I write I'm can't parents just outside of Levi's statement.

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