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The Denver Broncos will face the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII on Sunday, February 2nd at MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ. Three former LSU Tigers will get a chance to earn Super Bowl rings for the first times. Here is who they are:

Denver Broncos:
Trindon Holliday - WR/PR/KR

Holliday played in 15 games this year, with 28 kick off returns for 775 yards and 1 TD. He also had 32 punt returns for 271 yards and 1 TD.


Seattle Seahawks:
Spencer Ware - RB
Tharold Simon - CB

Both Ware and Simon are currently on IR and will not play in the Super Bowl. Ware saw action in 2 games this season earning a total of 10 yards on 3 carries. Simon was placed on the IR in August and never saw action this year.
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4 Comments
Go Broncos. Seahawks suck.
Reply35 months
Broncos need to play Trindon at DE.
Reply35 months
One of my favorite Tigers playing with the greatest QB of all time in what will likely be a SB for the ages.

I'm loving it.
Reply35 months
Good for Trindon, he was a great Tiger.
Reply35 months
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