Former Texas Tech Red Raider LaAdrian Waddle got his second Super Bowl ring Sunday night after his New England Patriots beat the Los Angeles Rams, 13-3.

Waddle's first Super Bowl came back in 2017 when the Patriots beat the Falcons.

Alleged PED user Julian Edelman got the game's MVP award after catching 10 balls for 141 yards. Tom Brady and Bill Belichick notched their sixth Super Bowl title in their ninth try.

The real star of the game, however, was Rams punter Johnny Hekker, who had 9 punts for nearly 500 yards, as well as the longest punt in Super Bowl history.

Since this year is over, let's take a peek at next season's Super Bowl favorite: