When it comes to producing prospects who have gone on to play in the Super Bowl, no one does it better than The U.
With Super Bowl LII set for Sunday (6:30 p.m. ET on NBC), we took a look back to find out which colleges have sent the most players to the title game since 1970, the year of the AFL-NFL merger.
To compile the data, the extraordinary team at NFL Research counted each Super Bowl participant only once (so, for example, Tom Brady counts as one in Michigan's total), and players who were on the roster but not active for the Super Bowl were not included. We also included in our count players from the Patriots' and Eagles' current 53-man rosters who have not yet played in a Super Bowl.
NOTE: For those of you interested in which colleges have the most alumni on the 53-man rosters of the Super Bowl LII teams, Florida State, Michigan, Stanford and West Virginia are tied with four apiece.