Despite going on the road three times in their quest to winning Super Bowl LV as the underdogs to the Kansas City Chiefs, Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are officially Super Bowl champions of the 2020-21 NFL season.
And while most of the attention for this feat is rightfully centered on the now-7-time Super Bowl champion Brady, Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians deserves quite the praise for leading this team of talent to its ultimate potential: the Lombardi Trophy.
However, Arians almost wasn't the coach of this team at due to his family's concerns about contracting COVID-19.
That's right, Arians actually went against some of his family's wishes to be the coach of this storybook Bucs team in 2020, but it sure did pay off for him in Tampa.
Arians, who became the oldest head coach ever to win a Super Bowl with his team's 31-9 victory over the Chiefs last Sunday, turned 68 years old last fall in October during the regular season.
Fast forward back to now and he's a Super Bowl champion who has also been vaccinated for the COVID-19 virus. Safe to say it all worked out for both Arians and his family.
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