Super Bowl 2023 rosters by college football conferences, teams: SEC, Oklahoma lead the way
A host of former college stars will play on the biggest football scene in Super Bowl LVII, which will feature the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. One of the most intriguing players in the game is Eagles guard Jalen Hurts. The third-year started in Alabama as a true freshman in 2016, was benched to Tua Tagovailoa in the National College Football Playoffs the following season, saved the season in an SEC championship game in 2018 when Tagovailoa suffered an injury. and was a finalist for the 2019 Heisman Trophy in Oklahoma. It’s a rollercoaster ride of epic proportions.
Patrick Mahomes II, formerly of Texas Tech and Super Bowl LIV MVP, will be filming for the Chiefs for the second time in his career in an attempt to lift the Vince Lombardi Trophy. The former Red Raiders star went from an Air Raid star in Lubbock, Texas to one of the most dynamic signalers of a generation.
What college did each of this year’s Super Bowl players go to? We break down each active player below based on school and conference.
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College Super Bowl Players
Where players from the official active rosters of the Chiefs and Eagles played in college as of Monday.
For two players: Middle Tennessee, Memphis, Old Dominion, Rutgers, SMU, Texas Tech, USC, Wisconsin
For one player: Clemson, Duke, East Carolina, East Michigan, Fayetteville State, Georgia South, Georgia Institute of Technology, Idaho, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, LSU, Marshall, Miami, Michigan State, Missouri, Southern Missouri, North Carolina State, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Oregon State, Pennsylvania, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Purdue, Samford, South Carolina State, South Dakota, South Dakota State, South Florida, South Miss, Stanford, TCU, Temple, Tennessee, Toledo , Tulane, Utah, Valdosta, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, West Illinois, West Michigan, Wyoming,
Conference Super Bowl Players
Conferences submitted by players based on official active Chiefs and Eagles rosters as of Monday.
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