Random fan scores date with Eugenie Bouchard


"I knew Atlanta would win btw", she wrote to her one million Twitter followers.

Some lucky Missouri college student - making noise and having fun on Twitter during the Super Bowl - has landed a date with Canadian tennis star Genie Bouchard.

Although he doesn't appear in her Instagram photos, one image revealed the unique tattoos on his left arm.

Fast-forward a couple of hours later and the Patriots pulled of the miracle to beat the Falcons 34-28 in overtime. Falcons fans and Patriots haters everywhere were feeling good about the Atlanta's chances to capture its first championship.

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"I will do it, I stay true to my word", was her final tweet on the subject. They eventually did, and now Bouchard has to follow through. He asked her if she would go on a date with him if New England somehow won and she replied with "sure" not knowing how quickly the tides would change.

Then the reality of what she had done set in.

Later, Bouchard added, "Lesson learned".