http://www.cowboysplus.com/topstory/stories/111706dnwebstarchip.484d1186.html Unique chip leaves boy, 10, star-struck 03:29 PM CST on Friday, November 17, 2006 By KIMBERLY DURNAN / The Dallas Morning NewsWhen 10-year-old Anthony Bucceri recently reached into a bag of Ruffles potato chips, he was surprised to retrieve one with the shape of a star cut out of the middle. The Ruffles chip had a star shape cut out of the middle. “I thought some kind of ant ate at it,” the Mayfield Heights, Ohio, youth said. “I didn’t want to eat it and get a bad disease, so I set it aside. Later I looked at it and saw that there was a perfect star cutout.” Anthony’s dad, John Bucceri, who plans to travel to Dallas for Sunday’s game against the Indianapolis Colts, joked that more sinister forces might be at work. The snack food, he said, might signal a Cowboys’ victory. “The chips are made in Texas,” he said. Jared Dougherty, a spokesman for Plano-based Frito-Lay, said no Cowboys conspiracy was hatched at the plant. "While odd-shaped chips are not common with our products, occasionally people do seem to recognize familiar shapes in their snacks," Dougherty said. Anthony said he doesn’t believe his novelty chip was made intentionally because “there would have been a notice on the bag.” But he still may sell it on eBay if the Cowboys go to the Super Bowl. “We might get a lot of money,” Anthony said.