Olivia Dunne Got a Ring on Her Finger, Courtesy of Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl Champion

Published 02/12/2024, 7:34 AM EST

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The Kansas City Chiefs won the Super Bowl on Sunday. From the Chiefs’ 25-22 victory over the San Francisco 49ers to Taylor Swift’s celebrations to the Usher’s halftime extravaganza, the historic event was a highlight of the year. The afterparties in vibrant Las Vegas added even more sparkle to the night, with an array of stars gracing the festivities. The NCAA’s highest-earning female athlete, Olivia Dunne, was one such star present who added her touch of glamour to the celebration.

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Following the Kansas City Chiefs lifting the Lombardi Trophy, Olivia Dunne proudly showcased a symbol of their hard-earned victory: The Super Bowl ring!

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In a Snapchat story posted by 21-year-old Olivia Dunne, the LSU standout delighted her fans with a glimpse of NFL royalty. She recorded a ring being placed on her finger. And this wasn’t just any ring. This was the coveted Super Bowl ring, a symbol of excellence awarded to the members of the victorious team in the league’s pinnacle showdown.

Isiah Pacheco, aka ‘Pop’, the running back for the Kansas City Chiefs, placed his ring on Livvy’s finger in a heartwarming gesture that left her followers in awe. The caption of her story read, “LOL,” as she recorded a close-up of the ring, followed by Pacheco’s gleaming face. In a subsequent story, Livvy showed another close-up of the massive gold ring, a prestigious award with a “Drip” emoji.

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The lighthearted moment provided a sparkling crossover between the NFL superstar and the college athlete/influencer as they basked in the aftermath of the Chief’s epic Super Bowl victory on Sunday night. For Pacheco’s supporters, the Chiefs’ win meant a lot. He hails from Vineland, New Jersey, and his hometown has been cheering for him.

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Pacheco, who was a star football player for Vineland High School, is now the only NFL starting running back to win two Super Bowls in his first two years in the league. Did you know that last year, his hometown held a parade to honor his Super Bowl victory? Similarly, they are planning to hold another celebration for him. However, it was Mahomes who was shining brightly. No doubt he is the Super Bowl 2024 MVP! He also became the first person to win back-to-back Super Bowl MVP since Terry Bradshaw won it twice in 1979 and 1980.

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Mahomes’ three-yard pass with three seconds left, led the Chiefs to a second straight Super Bowl title

Patrick Mahomes threw a 3-yard touchdown pass to Mecole Hardman during the last three seconds of the overtime. Hardman caught the pass, and the Chiefs went on to beat the San Francisco 49ers 25-22. Thus, they became the NFL’s ninth repeat Super Bowl champs. Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce, and Andy Reid have made the team a dynasty.

“With all the adversity we’ve been through this season to come through tonight. … I’m proud of the guys,” said Mahomes. “This is awesome. Legendary.” Similarly, Kelce couldn’t help but look forward to the future. “Well, you know the goal has always been to get three,” he said after the game.

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This Super Bowl will also be remembered for Taylor Swift’s appearance and the fact that the event took place for the first time in Las Vegas. And Patrick Mahomes’ brilliance at the end of the game was classic. However, fans also won’t forget that the game was sloppy and filled with mistakes until the back-and-forth in the fourth quarter and OT. What were your thoughts about the 2024 Super Bowl?

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Christaline Meyers

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Christaline Meyers is a senior Olympics writer at EssentiallySports who specializes in gymnastics and alpine skiing. Chirstaline is one of the acclaimed authorities in the coverage of 6x All-Around champion, Simone Biles. She has written extensively, covering every detail of Biles’s life stories as well as providing her perspective on Simone Biles’ Yurchenko Double Pike controversy.
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