2018 Super Bowl Rosters: What Colleges Have The Most Players?

via NBC
Super Bowl 52 between the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots is two weeks away, but that hasn’t stopped the early breakdowns and previews from rolling in.
One of the most fun things to do for college football fans is to take a look at the rosters to see how well their favorite university will be represented.
This year, the college program that will be sending the most players to the Super Bowl comes as a bit of a surprise, with the Stanford Cardinal topping the list at five players.
The five players representing Stanford are Zach Ertz and Aziz Shittu of the Philadelphia Eagles, and New England Patriots players Jonathan Bademosi, Cameron Fleming and Jordan Richards. In total, 25 players from the Pac-12 will be in Super Bowl 52, tied with the SEC for most of any conference.
Florida, Florida State, Michigan, Oregon, West Virginia and Wisconsin each have four.
Eight programs — Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, LSU, Nebraska, Rutgers, Texas — will be represented by three players.
A look at how many players from each college will be taking the field in Super Bowl 52 can be seen below, via CBS Sports:

Florida State4
West Virginia4

Two players each: Auburn, Boise State, Cincinnati, Kent State, Memphis, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oregon State, Pittsburgh, South Carolina, TCU, Texas Tech, UCLA, Virginia, Washington, Washington State
One player each: Arizona State, Brown, Buffalo, BYU, California, Clemson, Colorado, Connecticut, Eastern Illinois, Georgia Tech, Houston, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas State, Louisiana Tech, Marshall, Maryland, Miami  (FL), Miami (Ohio), Michigan State, Mississippi State, Monmouth, Navy, NC State, New Hampshire, North Carolina, North Dakota State, Old Dominion, Ole Miss, Penn State, San Diego State, South Florida, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Toledo, USC, Utah, Vanderbilt, West Alabama, West Texas A&M, Wyoming, Youngstown State

2018 Super Bowl Rosters By College Conference: Pac-12, SEC Lead The Way
2018 Super Bowl Rosters By College Conference: Pac-12, SEC Lead The Way