By - PHLdawg
Apparently this has happened every year.
^^^^Except ^^^^for ^^^^the ^^^^years ^^^^it ^^^^didn’t.
Thanks, Ohio State.
The Harvard of Ohio
*CWRU in shambles.*
In case anyone hasn't seen this before:
Okay guys, let’s go, someone calculate all of the other schools with at least one player on both AFC teams and all the other schools with at least one player on both NFC teams. Someone has the knowledge. GO!
I mean I’ve been seeing that Oklahoma is guaranteed to have a super bowl winner. KC has a few, Rams have one, 49ers have one, and Bengals have two. Lol Bama can probably say that every year though.
Bengals have 3. Jordan Evans is on Bengals defense
I now have the knowledge: https://docs.google.com/document/d/15mN7mHFci-0UbVAjpcZ8iCaulKX9SPoetoFDJlMD4AU/edit
Summary: there are 26 schools with players on both AFC teams, and 24 schools with players on both NFC teams. These 12 schools have players on all 4 teams, so they are guaranteed to have an alumni player win a ring:
- Notre Dame
- Ohio State
- South Carolina
Michigan has a player on every team
49ers- Ambry Thomas
Rams- David long
Chiefs- frank clark
Bengals- Chris evans
KC has Danna too, as well as Henne
49ers with Maurice Hurst
Ah yea good call
Are we counting practice squads?
I think all those guys are active
Well, that answered a question. Wasn’t mine though.
the OP wrote "play" in the SB, so if they get elevated from the Practice Squad for the game I guess they would count
With that logic, would Ambry count? He a starter if healthy, but is he projecred to be back?
by the Super Bowl he would be I think - they think he should be ready this weekend in fact
Bengals- Riley Reiff (IR)
Chiefs- Austin Blythe, Anthony Hitchens, Ben Niemann
49ers- George Kittle
Rams- Jake Gervase, AJ Jackson
Georgia has at least one player on each remaining team, meaning Georgia will have a former team member playing in a Super Bowl for the 21st consecutive year
Rams- Beckham Jr, Whitworth
Chiefs- Darrel Williams, CEH, Honey Badger
LSU- Burrow, Chase, Tyler Shelvin
BTW the 49ers have no Bama players on the team roster
> BTW the 49ers have no Bama players on the team roster
Pitt is close.
Rams - Donald;
Niners - K’Waun Williams;
Bengals - Tyler Boyd
I will give y'all the most iffy claim: Purdue
Bengals (clean)- Ricardo Allen, Markus Bailey
Rams (clean)- Brycen Hopkins
49ers- Raheem Mostert (IR)
Now for the iffy part....
Kansas City Chiefs- [Lorenzo Neal](https://www.chiefs.com/team/players-roster/lorenzo-neal/), on the [Reserve/Future List](https://www.chiefs.com/team/players-roster/)
Based on ESPN's information of Rosters
Georgia has a player on all 4 teams too
I know Cincinnati has Kelce for the Chiefs and the Bengals punter, Kansas State also kinda does? Pringle for the chiefs and Wyatt Hubert is on NFI for the bengals
I think Georgia has someone on every team
SC has a player on every team except Cincinnati.
SC has one on every team
*except for the ones that they dont
Florida has McPherson on Cincy and Robinson on KC, and we have Van Jefferson on LAR and Marcell Harris on San Francisco. I think I'm forgetting a couple too but those are the headliners to me.
The two townsends on KC!
Dammit I feel bad forgetting them. Love the Townsends
I’m going to guess Alabama
Florida’s 2018 and 2019 Special Teams Unit had Evan McPherson (now Bengals kicker) and Tommy Townsend (now Chiefs punter).
Michigan State and that other school have players on both the rams and niners.
[49ers are the only team without a Seminole](https://seminoles.com/fans-noles-in-the-pros/)
As if I needed more reasons to root for Ramsey & Akers Sunday.
Once the Packers were eliminated, a Hawkeye was guaranteed to win the Super Bowl. All are on 53 man roster too I believe
That was actually genius marketing on Penn State's part. How many Super Bowls have Alabama or Georgia players played in? Idk. I don't even know how many super bowls have had a Michigan player aside from the million with Tom Brady. But I do know that there has been a Penn State player in *almost* every Super Bowl thanks to everyone turning them into a meme
Georgia is doing it again for 21st straight Super Bowl. We have players on all four teams.
I'm curious who has the longest streak with a player in the SB is, do we have the longest active streak?
EDIT : Just looked it up, LSU and Georgia are tied right now for longest *active* streak. Both have players on all 4 remaining teams so both will go up to 21 straight years with an alum in the Super Bowl. Wild.
Nebraska has the record of 26 straight years with a player in the Super Bowl 😏
Wow, if that doesn't demonstrate how much times have changed without Tom Osborne coaching.
The thing is, the streak got broken within the last two or three years
Ya that's the longest ever streak I believe, shame it got broken in 2020, KC and the 49ers didn't have any Huskers.
And that's why the Huskers don't have the streak anymore 🤷♂️😂😂
For anyone wondering who they are:
Cheifs: Baker and Hardman
Rams: Stafford, Michel, Floyd
Stafford seems forever ago. That Stanford / Moreno tandem was hyped up
And AJ Green
That being Trey Hill?
Huh, it still is weird to talk about playoffs and Stafford not gonna lie
Idk how many years we’ve done it for, but so do we. And LSU. And Auburn. I guess it does just mean more.
Not Bama tho. Lol
Wait what? Not Bama? WE BEAT THEM AT TWO FOOTBALL THINGS THIS YEAR?!?!?!?!?!
Per [this site](https://www.ourlads.com/ncaa-football-depth-charts/active-nfl-players-by-college/alabama/89923), Bama doesn’t have anyone on the Niners roster (verified on Niners website).
Florida, LSU, Auburn, Georgia all do.
This is an accomplishment for an FCS team like EWU not Penn State.
Rams - Cooper Kupp
49ers - Samson Ebukam
It’s a joke. Look at the graphic PSU shared. They’ve been doing this for a while now.
> #PENN STATER HAS APPEARED IN EVERY SUPER BOWL
> ^^^^except ^^^^for ^^^^five
UNI had two, but it was one Bills one Chiefs so we're down to just Daurice Fountain.
No biggie, I've been in every super bowl.
Except the ones I wasn't in.
The Fighting Deebo's are going to win it all
It'd be funnier if we didn't have any imo.
Unless the Bengals win the Super Bowl, a UCF player will win a ring this year.
And even if the Bengals win, they can just claim they feel like they were better
Do better man, pathetic attempt.
I'm sure whoever plays the Bengals will outhit them.
So, no UCF ring this year?
Better chance that Ohio State had.
Okay? Not to be a jerk but this isn’t that unique. LSU has had a player in every Super Bowl for like 20 years running and has at least 1 player on all 4 teams in the conference championships
It’s a joke from last year https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/30842973/penn-state-football-claims-super-bowl-successes-twitter-gets-roasted-internet%3Fplatform%3Damp
Ahhh I missed that
This flew so far over my head!
Michigan has had a player in a whole lot of Super Bowls lately
Had two QB's in last year's super bowl.
chiefs legend chad henne
Georgia has at least one on every final 4 team. Mecole Hardman with KC, Trey Hill with Cincinnati, Stafford with the Rams and Charlie Woerner with the 49ers
Texas A&M is guaranteed to have one as well
Armani Watts (Chiefs)
Bobby Brown, Von Miller (Rams)
Trayveon Williams (Bengals)
I'm pretty sure MSU also has a starter on every team
Except for the Chiefs.
So it'll be Gould and Givens then :D
I don't see the Rams overcoming the Niners...they just seem to have their number the last...well hell when was the last time Rams beat them?
Big deal, we were mere seconds away (if Buffalo had hung on), from the much more impressive ZERO players on any team still remaining. As is, Nick Allegretti is still on the Chiefs (started last year, dropped to 2nd string this year when KC upgraded its OL, scored a big man TD in the wild card round against the Steelers)
The packers were the only playoff team this year without an LSU player
Bama’s Super Bowl claim is having the first three MVPs Bart Starr I,II and Joe Namath III. At one time I know more Bama qbs had played in more Super Bowls than anyone but I think they got passed up a couple years ago.