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CBS Sports put out this awesome graphic on Wednesday which shows that "the longest active streak for a college to have a player appear in the Super Bowl is owned by LSU."

The record was started in 2001 with former LSU running back and current assistant coach Kevin Faulk.



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I think Danielle Hunter will be there this year.
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And Jefferson!!
14 days
I can’t believe Tyson Jackson was still on a team in 2016.
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Sheesh, make sure y'all stretch before all these reaches during covid19. Digging deep in the barrel at this stuff. Also, congrats on your "steaks" too!
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Do I still care?
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Kevin, the goat, in 4 of those!
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KCT
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Why don't you guys proofread your work before you submit it? It's unbelievable how often this happens.
Reply16 days
Sir, yeet.
16 days
I guess we are better at football than spelling
14 days
Where does chicken get these “staff reporters?”
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I legit forgot RJF was in the league that long. Good for him.
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LSU can’t spell streak
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Good bet this continues next year...almost certainly a lock.
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Is a long steak wrapped up called a tube steak?
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Make mine medium rare
Reply16 days
Honey Badger had a pretty long steak, IIRC....
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Who doesn't like a long steak?
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LSU Tigers take what they want...
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So, is that called a Louisiana Strip Steak?
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i once attempted to eat the "Old 69er"
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I once had a sirloin as big as a hubcap. I love long steaks.
Reply16 days
That's one big arse cow.
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Well done “TD Staff Reporter”
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