The Super Bowl is almost here and there are plenty of storylines heading into Sunday’s showdown between the San Francisco 49ers take on the Kansas City Chiefs at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida.

For college football fans everywhere, the biggest storyline is finding out which conference and teams will have the most representation at the Super Bowl this year.

For the second year in a row, the Big Ten and SEC conferences lead the way with a combined 54 players on the rosters. LSU — fresh off its national championship — Penn State and Iowa lead the way with five players each, followed by Florida, Stanford and Vanderbilt with four players each.

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The SEC leads all conferences with 32 players this year in Super Bowl 54 (LIV). The Big Ten (22) ranks second followed by the ACC (17), Pac-12 (16), Big 12 (12), Conference USA (11) and the Mountain West (9).

Below is a complete breakdown of conferences and teams.

College List (Rosters on

LSU, 5
Iowa, 5
Penn State, 5
Florida, 4
Stanford, 4
Vanderbilt, 4
Arizona, 3
Auburn, 3
Clemson, 3
Kansas State, 3
Middle Tennessee, 3
Mississippi State, 3
Notre Dame, 3
Ohio State, 3
Oklahoma, 3
Pittsburgh, 3
San Diego State, 3
South Carolina, 3
Alabama, 2
BYU, 2
Utah, 2
Central Michigan, 2
Duke, 2
Florida Atlantic, 2
Florida State, 2
Georgia Southern, 2
Michigan, 2
Michigan State, 2
North Carolina State, 2
Ole Miss, 2
Oregon, 2
Purdue, 2
South Florida, 2
Southern Mississippi, 2
Tennessee, 2
Texas, 2
Texas A&M, 2
Virginia, 2
Air Force, 1
Alabama A&M, 1
Appalachian State, 1
Arizona State, 1
Arkansas, 1
Baylor, 1
Boston College, 1
Bowling Green, 1
Buffalo, 1
California, 1
Cincinnati, 1
Colorado, 1
Colorado State , 1
Colorado State-Pueblo, 1
Connecticut, 1
Eastern Illinois, 1
Eastern Michigan, 1
Eastern Washington, 1
Georgia, 1
Georgia Tech, 1
Grand Valley State, 1
Harvard, 1
Hawaii, 1
Illinois, 1
Indiana, 1
James Madison, 1
Louisiana Tech, 1
Louisiana-Lafayette, 1
McGill (Canada), 1
Minnesota, 1
Montana State, 1
New Hampshire, 1
New Mexico State, 1
North Texas, 1
Northern Illinois, 1
Northern Iowa, 1
Oklahoma State, 1
Old Dominion, 1
Oregon State, 1
Princeton, 1
Samford, 1
San Diego, 1
San Jose State, 1
South Carolina State, 1
Southern Methodist, 1
Temple, 1
Texas Christian, 1
Texas Tech, 1
Utah State, 1
Valdosta State, 1
Villanova, 1
Virginia Tech, 1
Wagner, 1
Washington, 1
West Alabama, 1
Western Illinois, 1
Western Kentucky, 1
Wyoming, 1

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Players By Conference

SEC, 32
Big Ten, 22
ACC, 17
Pac-12, 16
Big 12, 12
Conference USA, 11
Mountain West, 9
Mid-American, 6
American Athletic, 6
Independents, 6
Sun Belt, 4
Colonial Athletic, 3
Big Sky, 2
Ivy, 2
Mid-Eastern Athletic, 2
Gulf South, 2
Missouri Valley, 1
Northeast, 1
Ohio Valley, 1
Pioneer, 1
Southern, 1
Rocky Mountain, 1
Canada, 1

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Players By College

  • Air Force (San Francisco): Ben Garland, OL,
  • Alabama (Kansas City): Reggie Ragland, LB
  • Alabama (Kansas City): Gehrig Dieter, WR
  • Alabama A&M (Kansas City): Anthony Lanier, DE
  • Appalachian State (San Francisco): Ronald Blair, DL
  • Arizona (San Francisco): Earl Mitchell, NT
  • Arizona (San Francisco): Shawn Poindexter, WR
  • Arizona (San Francisco): Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles, LB
  • Arizona State (Kansas City): Terrell Suggs, DE
  • Arkansas (San Francisco): Dre Greenlaw, LB
  • Auburn (Kansas City): Devaroe Lawrence, DT
  • Auburn (San Francisco): Dee Ford, DL
  • Auburn (San Francisco): Shon Coleman, T
  • Baylor (San Francisco): Jalen Hurd, WR
  • Boston College (San Francisco): Ray Smith, DL
  • Bowling Green (Kansas City): Ryan Hunter, G
  • BYU (Kansas City): Daniel Sorensen, S
  • BYU  (San Francisco): Fred Warner, LB
  • Buffalo (Kansas City): Demone Harris, LB
  • California (Kansas City): Mitchell Schwartz, T
  • Central Michigan (Kansas City): Eric Fisher, T
  • Central Michigan  (San Francisco): Joe Staley, T
  • Cincinnati (Kansas City): Travis Kelce, TE
  • Clemson (Kansas City): Bashaud Breeland, CB
  • Clemson (Kansas City): Dorian O’Daniel, LB
  • Clemson (Kansas City): Sammy Watkins, WR
  • Colorado (San Francisco): Ahkello Witherspoon, CB
  • Colorado State (San Francisco): Weston Richburg, C/G
  • Colorado State-Pueblo (Kansas City): Mike Pennel, DT
  • Connecticut (Kansas City): Anthony Sherman, FB
  • Duke (San Francisco): Daniel Helm, TE
  • Duke (San Francisco): Laken Tomlinson, OL
  • Eastern Illinois (San Francisco): Jimmy Garoppolo, QB
  • Eastern Michigan (Kansas City): Andrew Wylie, G
  • Eastern Washington (San Francisco): Kendrick Bourne, WR
  • Florida (Kansas City): Demarcus Robinson, WR
  • Florida (San Francisco): Marcell Harris, S
  • Florida (San Francisco): Teez Tabor, CB
  • Florida (San Francisco): Chris Thompson, WR
  • Florida Atlantic (Kansas City): Keith Reaser, CB
  • Florida Atlantic  (San Francisco): Azeez Al-Shaair, LB
  • Florida State (Kansas City): Cam Erving, T
  • Florida State (Kansas City): Derrick Nnadi, DT
  • Georgia (Kansas City): Mecole Hardman, WR
  • Georgia Southern (San Francisco): Matt Breida, RB
  • Georgia Southern  (San Francisco): Jerick McKinnon, RB
  • Georgia Tech (Kansas City): Harrison Butker, K
  • Grand Valley State (Kansas City): Nick Keizer, TE
  • Harvard (San Francisco): Kyle Juszczyk, FB
  • Hawaii (Kansas City): Marcus Kemp, WR
  • Illinois (Kansas City): Nick Allegretti, G
  • Indiana (San Francisco): Tevin Coleman, RB
  • Iowa (Kansas City): Anthony Hitchens, LB
  • Iowa (Kansas City): Ben Niemann, LB
  • Iowa (San Francisco): C.J. Beathard, QB
  • Iowa (San Francisco): George Kittle, TE
  • Iowa (San Francisco): Ross Reynolds, G
  • James Madison (Kansas City): Marcus Marshall, RB
  • Kansas State (Kansas City): Byron Pringle, WR
  • Kansas State (San Francisco): D.J. Reed, DB
  • Kansas State (San Francisco): Elijah Lee, LB
  • Louisiana Tech (San Francisco): Trent Taylor, WR
  • Louisiana-Lafayette (Kansas City): Elijah McGuire, RB
  • LSU (San Francisco): Kwon Alexander, LB
  • LSU (Kansas City): Morris Claiborne, CB
  • LSU (Kansas City): Tyrann Mathieu, S
  • LSU (Kansas City): Spencer Ware, RB
  • LSU (Kansas City): Darrel Williams, RB
  • McGill (Canada) (Kansas City): Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, G
  • Michigan (Kansas City): Frank Clark, DE
  • Michigan (Kansas City): Chad Henne, QB
  • Michigan State (Kansas City): Felton Davis, WR
  • Michigan State  (San Francisco): Garrett Celek, TE
  • Middle Tennessee (Kansas City): Darius Harris, LB
  • Middle Tennessee State (Kansas City): Charvarius Ward, CB
  • Middle Tennessee State (San Francisco): Richie James, WR
  • Minnesota (Kansas City): Damien Wilson, LB
  • Mississippi State (Kansas City): Chris Jones, DT
  • Mississippi State (Kansas City): Martinas Rankin, T
  • Mississippi State (Kansas City): Braxton Hoyett, DT
  • Montana State (San Francisco): Mike Person, OL
  • New Hampshire (San Francisco): Andrew Lauderdale, OL
  • New Mexico State (San Francisco): Kyle Nelson, LS
  • North Carolina State (San Francisco): Dontae Johnson, CB
  • North Carolina State (San Francisco): Kentavius Street, DL
  • North Texas (San Francisco): Jeff Wilson, RB
  • Northern Illinois (San Francisco): Jimmie Ward, DB
  • Northern Iowa (Kansas City): Xavier Williams, DT
  • Notre Dame (Kansas City): Alize Mack, TE
  • Notre Dame  (San Francisco): Mike McGlinchey, T
  • Notre Dame  (San Francisco): Sheldon Day, DL
  • Ohio State (Kansas City): Darron Lee, LB
  • Ohio State (Kansas City): Mike Weber, RB
  • Ohio State  (San Francisco): Nick Bosa, DL
  • Oklahoma (Kansas City): Blake Bell, TE
  • Oklahoma (Kansas City): Damien Williams, RB
  • Oklahoma (Kansas City): James Winchester, LS
  • Oklahoma State (Kansas City): Emmanuel Ogbah, DE
  • Old Dominion (Kansas City): Tim Ward, DE
  • Ole Miss (Kansas City): Breeland Speaks, DE
  • Ole Miss (San Francisco): D.J. Jones, DL
  • Oregon (San Francisco): Arik Armstead, DL
  • Oregon   (San Francisco): DeForest Buckner, DL
  • Oregon State (Kansas City): Matt Moore, QB
  • Penn State (Kansas City): Jordan Lucas, S
  • Penn State (Kansas City): Stefen Wisniewski, G
  • Penn State  (San Francisco): Robbie Gould, K
  • Penn State  (San Francisco): Kevin Givens, DL
  • Penn State  (San Francisco): Anthony Zettel, DL
  • Pittsburgh (Kansas City): LeSean McCoy, RB
  • Pittsburgh   (San Francisco): K’Waun Williams, CB
  • Pittsburgh   (San Francisco): Jaryd Jones-Smith, OL
  • Princeton (Kansas City): John Lovett, FB
  • Purdue (San Francisco): Raheem Mostert, RB
  • Purdue (San Francisco): Jacob Thieneman, S
  • Samford (San Francisco): Jaquiski Tartt, S
  • San Diego (San Francisco): Ross Dwelley, TE
  • San Diego State (Kansas City): David Wells, TE
  • San Diego State (San Francisco): Daniel Brunskill, OL
  • San Diego State (San Francisco): Alex Barrett, DL
  • San Jose State (San Francisco): Jermaine Kelly, CB
  • South Carolina (Kansas City): Rashad Fenton, CB
  • South Carolina (Kansas City): Chris Lammons, DB
  • South Carolina  (San Francisco): Deebo Samuel, WR
  • South Carolina State (Kansas City): Alex Brown, DB
  • South Florida (Kansas City): Austin Reiter, C
  • South Florida  (San Francisco): Kofi Amichia, OL
  • Southern Methodist (San Francisco): Emmanuel Sanders, WR
  • Southern Mississippi (San Francisco): Nick Mullens, QB
  • Southern Mississippi  (San Francisco): Tarvarius Moore, DB
  • Stanford (San Francisco): Richard Sherman, C
  • Stanford (San Francisco): Levine Toilolo, TE
  • Stanford (San Francisco): Solomon Thomas, DL
  • Stanford (San Francisco): Joey Alfieri, LB
  • Temple (San Francisco): Jullian Taylor, DL
  • Tennessee (Kansas City): Dustin Colquitt, P
  • Tennessee (San Francisco): Emmanuel Moseley, CB
  • Texas (Kansas City): Alex Okafor, DE
  • Texas (San Francisco): Marquise Goodwin, WR
  • Texas A&M (Kansas City): Armani Watts, S
  • Texas A&M  (San Francisco): Damontre Moore, DL
  • Texas Christian (San Francisco): Jason Verrett, CB
  • Texas Tech (Kansas City): Patrick Mahomes, QB
  • Utah (Kansas City): Jackson Barton, OT
  • Utah (San Francisco): Mitch Wishnowsky, P
  • Utah State (Kansas City): Darwin Thompson, RB
  • Valdosta State (Kansas City): Jody Fortson, WR
  • Vanderbilt (Kansas City): Kyle Shurmur, QB
  • Vanderbilt (Kansas City): Emmanuel Smith, LB
  • Vanderbilt (San Francisco): Justin Skule, OL
  • Vanderbilt (San Francisco): Jordan Matthews, WR
  • Villanova (Kansas City): Tanoh Kpassagnon, DE
  • Virginia (Kansas City): Juan Thornhill, S
  • Virginia (San Francisco): Tim Harris, CB
  • Virginia Tech (Kansas City): Kendall Fuller, CB
  • Wagner (Kansas City): Greg Senat, OL
  • Washington (San Francisco): Dante Pettis, WR
  • West Alabama (Kansas City): Tyreek Hill, WR
  • Western Illinois (Kansas City): Khalen Saunders
  • Western Kentucky (Kansas City): Deon Yelder, TE
  • Wyoming (San Francisco): Mark Nzeocha, LB

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