These two Reds will be in attendance cheering on the Bengals at Super Bowl LVI

Cincinnati Reds second baseman Jonathan India (6), third baseman Nick Senzel celebrate.
Cincinnati Reds second baseman Jonathan India (6), third baseman Nick Senzel celebrate. / Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports

Several Cincinnati Reds have been cheering on the Cincinnati Bengals throughout their playoff run. But two of the team's young stars will be wearing their black and orange at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. Both Jonathan India and Nick Senzel will be in attendance at Super Bowl LVI per Bob Nightengale of USA Today.

India was in attendance at the Bengals' tailgate during the team's Wild Card Round victory over the Las Vegas Raiders, and has been a huge supporter of Who Dey Nation on social media throughout the Bengals' postseason run.

Nick Senzel has been a bit busy this offseason, as the former first-round pick welcomed his first child last November. The proud papa is looking to take a little break and will join his fellow SEC alum in Hollywood.

Reds' stars Nick Senzel and Jonathan India are going to Super Bowl LVI.

It's been an unexpected run for the Cincinnati Bengals this season. After winning just 4 games a season ago and only six in Zac Taylor's first two years at the helm, the Bengals have righted the ship with Joe Burrow leading the way, and are one win away from capturing the first Super Bowl title in franchise history.

It's been a wild ride for the city of Cincinnati. Long known as a baseball town, the Queen City has Bengals fever and if Bob Castellini wants to see how much Reds Country is starved for a winning team, he need only look at the support being heaped upon the shoulders of the Redlegs neighbors along the Ohio River.

Not only has the fanbase come out in support of the Cincinnati Bengals, but Nick Senzel and Jonathan India represent only a small contingent of Reds players who've been following the Bengals playoff run. Tyler Stephenson and Amir Garrett have been right there as well.

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Super Bowl VLI kicks off on Sunday from Los Angeles, and Senzel and India will be in attendance. Will some of their Reds teammates be there as well? If not, I'm sure the Bengals will have plenty of support, both at the game and at home. Who Dey!