Notable alums who've played in the Super Bowl: Franco Harris, Kerry Collins, Matt Bahr, Chris Bahr
Harris remains the most notable Penn State player to appear in a Super Bowl, as well as one of the most notable players -- period -- in Super Bowl history. He won four Lombardi Trophies as a member of the Steelers in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Michigan Wolverines (106 total appearances)
Notable alums who've played in the Super Bowl: Tom Brady, Desmond Howard, Charles Woodson, Ty Law
Brady is obviously the most notable alum, appearing in his seventh Super Bowl this season. However, plenty of others who wore the maize and blue have played in the big game, including Super Bowl XXXI MVP Desmond Howard.
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UCLA Bruins (110 total appearances)
Notable alums who've played in the Super Bowl: Troy Aikman, Ken Norton Jr., Jonathan Ogden
The Bruins aren't the typical college football super-power that comes to mind for a list like this, but they have a track record of putting guys in the pros who succeed there. Aikman is probably the most noteworthy example as a guy who played in Westwood and then led the Cowboys to three Super Bowls.
USC Trojans (116 total appearances)
Notable alums who've played in the Super Bowl: Marcus Allen, Keyshawn Johnson, Clay Matthews
Not only have the Trojans put players in football's biggest game, they've had success there. Three different Trojans have been named Super Bowl MVP: Lynn Swann, Marcus Allen and Malcolm Smith.
Miami Hurricanes (118 total appearances)
Notable alums who've played in the Super Bowl: Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Jim Kelly, Warren Sapp, Reggie Wayne
"The U" has routintely produced more NFL talent than any other school, and it shows up in the Super Bowl. Lewis won two Lombardi Trophies and was named Super Bowl MVP in 2001.