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Super Bowl scorers: Where'd they go to school?

Olin Buchanan
Yahoo Sports

Nine former Miami Hurricanes have scored touchdowns in the Super Bowl, while six former Illinois and Notre Dame players have done so.

No other college program has more than five former players reach the end zone in the NFL's "ultimate game."

But Ohio State could have a sixth player score a Super Bowl touchdown, as New York Giants TE Jake Ballard is a Buckeyes alum. And Michigan could become the sixth school to have five former players score; Giants WR Mario Manningham is a former Wolverines star.

[Related: Which colleges have produced the most Super Bowl starting QBs?]

Here's a look at the colleges who have had alums score Super Bowl touchdowns. This does not include guys who threw TD passes – just players who actually have scored.

Miami (9 players)
Bill Miller, Oakland (2)
Pete Banaszak, Oakland
Ottis Anderson, New York Giants (2)
Michael Irvin, Dallas (2)
Jimmie Jones, Dallas
Duane Starks, Baltimore Ravens
Devin Hester, Chicago
Reggie Wayne, Indianapolis
Jeremy Shockey, New Orleans
Illinois (6)
Jack Squirek, Los Angeles Raiders
Howard Griffith, Denver
Greg Lewis, Philadelphia
Kelvin Hayden, Indianapolis
Pierre Thomas, New Orleans
Rashard Mendenhall, Illinois
Notre Dame (6)
Dave Casper, Oakland
Rocky Bleier, Pittsburgh
Joe Montana, San Francisco (2)
Mark Bavaro, New York Giants
David Givens, New England
Ricky Watters, San Francisco (3)
Michigan State (5)
Herb Adderley, Green Bay
Billy Joe DuPree, Dallas
Muhsin Muhammad, Carolina
Andre Rison, Green Bay
Plaxico Burress, New York Giants
Ohio State (5)
Matt Snell, New York Jets
Mike Vrabel, New England (2)
Keith Byars, New England
Eddie George, Tennessee (2)
Santonio Holmes, Pittsburgh
Michigan (4)
Mike Bass, Washington
Rob Lytle, Denver
Desmond Howard, Green Bay
Ty Law, New England
Nebraska (4)
Roger Craig, San Francisco (4)
Irving Fryar, New England
Tom Rathman, San Francisco (2)
Eric Johnson, Oakland
Pittsburgh (4)
Mike Ditka, Dallas
Tony Dorsett, Dallas
Curtis Martin, New England
Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona (2)
Syracuse (4)
John Mackey, Baltimore Colts
Larry Csonka, Miami (2)
Joe Morris, New York Giants
David Tyree, New York Giants
Colorado (3)
Boyd Dowler, Green Bay
Cullen Bryant, Los Angeles Rams
Cliff Branch, Oakland (3)
Florida State (3)
Zeke Mowatt, New York Giants
William Floyd, San Francisco
Derrick Brooks, Tampa Bay'
Georgia (3)
Fran Tarkenton, Minnesota
Terrell Davis, Denver (3)
Hines Ward, Pittsburgh (2)
Kansas (3)
Curtis McClinton, Kansas City
Larry Brown, Pittsburgh
John Riggins, Washington (2)
Penn State (3)
Franco Harris, Pittsburgh (4)
Jimmy Cefalo, Miami
Matt Suhey, Chicago
Texas Tech (3)
Donny Anderson, Green Bay
Timmy Smith, Washington (2)
Bam Morris, Pittsburgh
UCLA (3)
Ken Norton Jr., Dallas
DeSean Foster, Carolina
James Washington, Dallas
USC (3)
Mike Garrett, Kansas City
Lynn Swann, Pittsburgh (3)
Marcus Allen, Los Angeles Raiders (2)
Wyoming (3)
Jerry Hill, Baltimore Colts
Jim Kiick, Miami
Jay Novacek, Dallas (2)
Florida (2)
Ricky Nattiel, Denver
Emmitt Smith, Dallas (5)
Grambling (2)
Sammy White, Minnesota
Willie Brown, Oakland
Indiana (2)
Tom Nowatzke, Baltimore Colts
Tracy Porter, New Orleans
Iowa State (2)
Keith Krepfle, Philadelphia
Dan Johnson, Miami
Kansas State (2)
Andre Coleman, San Diego
Jordy Nelson, Green Bay
LSU (2)
Jim Taylor, Green Bay
Joseph Addai, Indianapolis
Minnesota (2)
Laurence Maroney, New England
Gary Russell, Pittsburgh
North Carolina (2)
Natrone Means, San Diego
Willie Parker, Pittsburgh
Oklahoma State (2)
Terry Brown, Minnesota
Thurman Thomas, Buffalo (4)
Stanford (2)
Tony Hill, Dallas
John Elway, Denver (4)
Tennessee (2)
Alvin Harper, Dallas
Jamal Lewis, Baltimore Ravens
Tulsa (2)
Howard Twilley, Miami
Drew Pearson, Dallas
Utah (2)
Carl Monroe, San Francisco
Steve Smith, Carolina
Washington (2)
Corey Dillon, New England
Jerramy Stevens, Seattle
West Virginia (2)
Fulton Walker, Miami
Jerry Porter, Oakland
Akron
Dwight Smith, Tampa Bay (2)
Alabama A&M
John Stallworth, Pittsburgh (2)
Angelo State (Texas)
Alvin Garrett, Washington
Arizona
Vance Johnson, Denver
Arizona State
Gerald Riggs, Washington (2)
Arkansas
Lance Alworth, Dallas
Augustana (Ill.)
Ken Anderson, Cincinnati
Austin Peay
Percy Howard, Dallas
Bethune-Cookman
Nick Collins, Green Bay
Boston College
Mark Chmura, Green Bay
BYU
Jim McMahon, Chicago (2)
Cal-Riverside
Butch Johnson, Dallas (2)
Chadron (Neb.) State
Don Beebe, Buffalo (2)
Clemson
William Perry, Chicago
Delaware
Ben Patrick, Arizona
Delaware State
John Taylor, San Francisco (2)
East Carolina
Earnest Byner, Washington
Fresno State
Stephen Baker, New York Giants
Furman
Stanford Jennings, Cincinnati
Hawaii
Golden Richards, Dallas
Houston
Antowain Smith, New England
Iowa
Tim Dwight, Atlanta
James Madison
Gary Clark, Washington (2)
Kent State
James Harrison, Pittsburgh
Lambuth (Tenn.)
Ron Dixon, New York Giants
Livingstone (N.C.)
Ben Coates, New England
Louisville
Deion Branch, New England
Marshall
Randy Moss, New England
Maryland
Jermaine Lewis, Baltimore Ravens
Memphis State
Isaac Bruce, St. Louis Rams
Mesa State (Colo.)
Tony Martin, San Diego
Miami (Ohio)
Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh
Midwestern State (Texas)
Dominic Rhodes, Indianapolis
Mississippi
Mike Wallace, Pittsburgh
Mississippi State
Don M. Smith, Buffalo
Mississippi Valley State
Jerry Rice, San Francisco/Oakland (8)
Missouri Southern
Rod Smith, Denver
Mount Union (Ohio)
Pierre Garcon, Indianapolis
Navy
Phil McConkey, New York Giants
New Mexico
Terrence Mathis, Atlanta
North Dakota
Dave Osborn, Minnesota
North Carolina State
Torry Holt, St. Louis Rams
Northeastern
Dan Ross, Cincinnati (2)
Northern Iowa
Kurt Warner, St. Louis Rams
Oklahoma
Kenny King, Oakland
Philander Smith (Ark.)
Elijah Pitts, Green Bay (2)
Portland State
Clint Didier, Washington
Prairie View
Otis Taylor, Kansas City
Purdue
Mike Alstott, Tampa Bay
Rice
Earl Cooper, San Francisco
Rutgers
L.J. Smith, Philadelphia
San Diego State
Ronnie Smith, Los Angeles Rams
Santa Clara
Brent Jones, San Francisco
SMU
Reggie Phillips, Chicago
Southern Miss
Brett Favre, Green Bay
South Carolina State
Charlie Brown, Washington
Southwestern Louisiana
Brandon Stokley, Baltimore Ravens
Southwest Texas
Ricky Sanders, Washington (2)
Temple
Randy Grossman, Pittsburgh
Tennessee State
Mike Hegman, Dallas
Texas-Arlington
Derrick Jensen, Oakland
Tulane
Max McGee, Green Bay (2)
UNLV
Keenan McCardell, Tampa Bay (2)
Villanova
Brian Westbrook, Philadelphia
Virginia Tech
Antonio Freeman, Green Bay (3)
Wabash (Ind.)
Pete Metzelaars, Buffalo
Wake Forest
Ricky Proehl, Carolina (2)
Western Carolina
David Patten, New England
Western Michigan
Greg Jennings, Green Bay (2)
West Texas State
Duane Thomas, Dallas (2)
Winston-Salem State
Yancey Thigpen, Pittsburgh
Wisconsin
Stu Voight, Minnesota

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