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Colleges with most former players on game-day Super Bowl rosters.


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T-49) North Carolina State, Oklahoma State, TCU, Texas Tech, South Carolina - 20
48.) Kentucky - 21
47.) Maryland - 22
45-T) Utah, Syracuse - 23
42-T) Louisville, Baylor, Arkansas - 24
40-T) San Diego State, Georgia Tech - 25
37-T) Wisconsin, Mississippi State, Kansas - 26
36.) Purdue - 29
34.) Boston College, Brigham Young - 30
31-T) Virginia, Minnesota, Arizona - 31
30.) Auburn - 34
29.) Illinois - 35
27-T) Iowa, Arizona State - 36
26.) Clemson - 37
24-T) Oregon, North Carolina - 38
21-T) Texas, Oklahoma, Texas A&M - 39
20.) Pittsburgh - 40
19.) Stanford - 41
17-T) Washington, Michigan State - 42
15-T) California, Alabama - 45
14.) LSU - 46
11-T) Colorado, Florida, UCLA - 49
10.) Georgia - 52
9.) Penn State - 53
5-T) Notre Dame, Nebraska, Michigan, Florida State - 55
4.) Ohio State - 56
3.) Tennessee - 65
2.) Miami - 66
1.) USC - 67

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17 minutes ago, Voice of Reason said:

Michigan at 5 and Colorado at 11.

Alabama at 15.

Texas and Oklahoma at 21.

I think Colorado at 11 was the biggest surprise for me. That, and then Cal at 15. 

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It would be interesting to see how this list would be compared to a list of schools with players in the NFL since the first Superbowl.  Would the list be very similar?  Or is there some luck to it that some teams just happened to have more of their players on Superbowl teams?  Maybe they played for the Patriots, Steelers, Cowboys, 49'ers, etc. back during those dynasties and just having players that were selected by or traded to Superbowl teams?

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