Where Super Bowl starting QBs went to college

This will be the first Super Bowl since the 1997 season in which neither of the starting quarterbacks will be making his Super Bowl debut.

In Super Bowl XXXII, Denver’s John Elway and Green Bay’s Brett Favre were the starters. This season, it’s New England’s Tom Brady and the New York Giants’ Eli Manning.

Brady can give Michigan its fourth win by a quarterback alum in the Super Bowl; the most for any school is Notre Dame’s five. Purdue currently is second with four, and Michigan is tied with Alabama at three. Manning can give Ole Miss its second win.

Brady is the only Michigan man to start at quarterback in the Super Bowl; the same goes for Manning and Ole Miss.

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Here’s a breakdown on the programs that have produced starting quarterbacks in the Super Bowl. Asterisks denote Sunday’s projected starters.

Multiple starters
Alabama
Bart Starr, Green Bay (I, II)
Joe Namath, New York Jets (III)
Ken Stabler, Oakland (XI)
California
Joe Kapp, Minnesota (III)
Craig Morton, Dallas (V), Denver (XII)
Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay (XLV)
Notre Dame
Daryle Lamonica, Oakland Raiders (II)
Joe Montana, San Francisco (XVII, XIX, XXIII, XXIV)
Joe Theismann, Washington (XVII, XVIII)
Purdue
Len Dawson, Kansas City (I, III)
Bob Griese, Miami (VI, VII, VIII)
Drew Brees, New Orleans (XLIV)
BYU
Jim McMahon, Chicago (XX)
Steve Young, San Francisco (XXIX)
Maryland
Boomer Esiason, Cincinnati (XXIII)
Neil O’Donnell, Pittsburgh (XXX)
Stanford
Jim Plunkett, Oakland-Los Angeles Raiders (XV, XVIII)
John Elway, Denver (XXI, XXII, XXIV, XXXII, XXXIII)
UCLA
Billy Kilmer, Washington (VII)
Troy Aikman, Dallas (XXVII, XXVIII, XXX)
Washington State
Mark Rypien, Washington (XXVI)
Drew Bledsoe, New England (XXXI)
One starter
Alcorn State
Steve McNair, Tennessee Titans (XXXIV)
Augustana (Ill.)
Ken Anderson, Cincinnati (XVI)
Boston College
Matt Hasselbeck, Seattle (XL)
Delaware
Rich Gannon, Oakland (XXXVII)
Florida
Rex Grossman, Chicago (XLI)
Florida State
Brad Johnson, Tampa Bay (XXXVII)
Fresno State
Trent Dilfer, Baltimore Ravens (XXXV)
Georgia
Fran Tarkenton, Minnesota (VIII, IX, XI)
Grambling
Doug Williams, Washington (XXII)
Illinois
Tony Eason, New England (XX)
Louisiana-Lafayette
Jake Delhomme, Carolina (XXXVIII)
Louisiana-Monroe
Stan Humphries, San Diego (XXIX)
Louisiana Tech
Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh (IX, X, XIII, XIV)
Louisville
John Unitas, Baltimore Colts (V)
LSU
David Woodley, Miami (XVII)
Miami
Jim Kelly, Buffalo (XXV, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII)
Miami (Ohio)
Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh (XL, XLIII, XLV)
Michigan
Tom Brady, New England* (XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLII, XLVI)
Michigan State
Earl Morrall, Baltimore Colts (III)
Mississippi
Eli Manning, New York Giants* (XLII, XLVI)
Morehead State
Phil Simms, New York Giants (XXI)
Navy
Roger Staubach, Dallas (VI, X, XII, XIII)
Nebraska
Vince Ferragamo, Los Angeles Rams (XIV)
Northern Iowa
Kurt Warner, St. Louis Rams, Arizona (XXXIV, XXXVI, XLIII)
Penn State
Kerry Collins, New York Giants (XXXV)
Pittsburgh
Dan Marino, Miami (XLV)
Southern Miss
Brett Favre, Green Bay (XXXI, XXXII)
Syracuse
Donovan McNabb, Philadelphia (XXXIX)
Tennessee
Peyton Manning, Indianapolis (XLI, XLIV)
Washington
Chris Chandler, Atlanta (XXXIII)
West Virginia
Jeff Hostetler, New York Giants (XXV)
Youngstown State
Ron Jaworski, Philadelphia (XV)

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