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It's amazing how many U players go to the SB every year for the past decade no college is even close..
Only to be rivaled by the amount of in threads about Miami.
Did you guys know Miami went 7-5 this year?
Actually yes, Nebraska has sent a player to every Super Bowl since 1993. I believe this is only the second year in a row for Miami.
not sure if serious?
2013- big mac, lewis , reed, gore
2012- rolle, phillips, wilfork
2011- sam shields
2010- reggie wayne, jonathan vilma, jeremy shockey
2009- antrel rolle
2007- wayne, hester
this is just top of my head theres prob more
And yet they still need 4 quarters to put away the Duke Blue Devils
Miami has more NFL players this decade than W's on the field
fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
A dynasty never dies..
Except that is exactly what they do, just ask Sean Taylor
His dynasty died like shit, literally
Lolz at Miami using flyers to ask alumni for 5 bucks, god damn Miami is poor
This post was edited by NoVaNoles 18 months ago
I don't live in Miami so it doesn't affect me if they're poor..
you guys don't hate on them. This is all they have left.
"Our players are so much better once they leave our school."
Good recruiting job there.
He's actually very serious. I'm stealing Stoobie's post from our board, but here it is.....
XXVIII (1993) - Nate Turner, RB, Buffalo Bills (DNP)
XXIX (1994) - John Parrella, DT, San Diego/Oakland
XXX (1995) - Brenden Stai, Pittsburgh Steelers
XXX (1995) - Donta Jones, LB, Pittsburgh Steelers
XXXI (1996) - Calvin Jones, RB,Green Bay Packers
XXXI (1996) -Tyrone Williams, CB, Green Bay Packers
XXXII (1997)- Neil Smith, DE, Denver Broncos
XXXII (1997) - Tony Veland, CB, Denver Broncos
XXXIII (1998) - Michael Booker, CB, Atlanta Falcons
XXXIV (1999) - Doug Colman, LB, Tennessee Titans
XXXIV (1999) - Grant Wistrom, DE, St. Louis Rams
XXXV (2000) - Christian Peter, DT, New York Giants
XXXVI (2001) - Grant Wistrom, DE, St. Louis Rams
XXXVII (2002) - Eric Johnson, S/LB, Oakland Raiders
XXXVII (2002) - Adam Treu, C, Oakland Raiders
XXXVIII (2003) - Russ Hochstein, New England Patriots
XXXVIII (2003) - Mike Minter, S, Carolina Panthers
XXXVIII (2003) - Mike Rucker, DE, Carolina Panthers
XXXIX (2004) - Russ Hochstein, New England Patriots
XL (2005) - Josh Brown, PK, Seattle Seahawks
XLI (2006 - Mike Brown, S, Chicago Bears
XLII (2007) - Le Kevin Smith, DT, New England Patriots
XLIII (2008) - Ralph Brown, CB, Arizona Carindals
XLIV (2009) - Scott Shanle, LB, New Orleans
XLIV (2009) - Carl Nicks, OL, New Orleans
XLIV (2009) - Cody Glenn, LB, Indianpolis Colts
XLV (2010) - Brandon Jackson, RB, Green Bay Packers
XLVI (2011) - Prince Amukamara, CB, New York Giants
Feed me to the wolves, and I will return leader of the pack. #FreeDA
OP just got cornhuskered
What steak are you talking about Lamp?
Teein' Off on Links
Goal in life is to save America from Obamacare
FSU has same number of players in Super Bowl as Prairie View A&M.
Thank you for proving everyone right for thinking this thread should have been aborted.
Miami fans really don't have much to hold onto. Sad, iyam.
They probably still think Ray Lewis is the reason Baltimore is going to the superbowl.
I know it sucks to know that Miami will win a national championship before FSU does.
Yes it sucks to know the future
I would love to know something like that, I'd be rich as shit
I didn't get crushed I forgot to delete the quote where he said the stuff about Nebraska, I was referring to him saying the U has only had players in the SB back 2 back years.. By the way to say those NEbraska players are gutter trash would be an understatement..
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by jmsmooth33 18 months ago
How about all time?
USC has had a player(s) in every Super Bowl but three, in the history of the game.
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