David Pehl is a huge Green Bay Packers fan, so much so that he has worn his green Aaron Rodgers jersey for over 1,000 days in a row.
According to WKBT in Wisconsin, the sixth-grader from Holmen, Wisc., is on a mission “to set a record for the most consecutive days wearing a Packers jersey.” The current record is believed to have been set in 2008 when a boy in Connecticut wore a Brett Favre jersey for 1,581 straight days (more than four years).
If you had any doubts that David has worn this jersey for almost three years, just look at the worn “Rodgers” lettering on the back and “12” on his sleeves, both of which are difficult to make out if you’re not close to it.
Perhaps the most interesting part of this story is that his parents and siblings are all die-hard fans of the Minnesota Vikings, who are one of the Packers’ main rivals. “Being a Viking family we tried to convert him, but once we knew he wasn’t going to convert we said OK,” his dad told WKBT.
Check out David’s story in the video below.
It wouldn’t be surprising to see a lot of these costumes in Boston during Halloween.
The costume of the year. http://t.co/n0k7pcE1MX—
Toucher and Rich (@Toucherandrich) October 26, 2013
We know what Cardinals Game 3 starter Joe Kelly will be doing on Friday night.
How does Joe Kelly prepare for a big start? He stays up all night playing Call of Duty.—
Adam McCalvy (@AdamMcCalvy) October 25, 2013
Minnesota’s Hudson Fasching scores against Boston College, then gets the cage on his helmet stuck with a teammate’s.