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For Immediate Release - February 12, 2022


BATON ROUGE – With six players in Sunday’s Super Bowl, LSU’s all-time statistical highs for the biggest game in sports could fall when the Bengals face the Rams in Super Bowl LVI in Los Angeles.

The list of LSU players in Super Bowl LVI include: quarterback Joe Burrow (Bengals), wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase (Bengals), defensive tackle Tyler Shelvin (Bengals), tight end Thaddeus Moss (Bengals – IR), wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. (Rams) and offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth (Rams).

On Sunday, Joe Burrow will become the second quarterback in LSU history to start in a Super Bowl, joining David Woodley, who started for the Dolphins in Super Bowl XVII. Woodley passed for 97 yards and a touchdown in Miami’s 27-17 loss to Washington.

Last year, Leonard Fournette set the LSU record for most rushing yards in a Super Bowl by a former Tiger with 89 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries in Tampa Bay’s win over Kansas City.

Running back Joseph Addai holds the LSU mark for most receptions (10) and receiving yards (66) in Super Bowl, recording those numbers in Super Bowl XLI.

Defensively, All-America linebacker Devin White set the LSU record for most tackles in a Super Bowl with 12 in the win over the Chiefs.

LSU’s Super Bowl Statistical History

Player, Team, Super Bowl Stats

Jim Taylor, GB (I) 17 att., 56 yards 1 TD
Charles Alexander, CIN (XVI) 5 att., 17 yards
Kevin Faulk, NE (XXXVI) 2 att., 15 yards
Kevin Faulk, NE (XXXVIII) 6 att., 42 yards
Joseph Addai, IND (XLI) 19 att., 77 yards
Kevin Faulk, NE (XLII) 1 att., 7 yards
Joseph Addai, IND (XLIV) 13 att., 77 yards, 1 TD
Leonard Fournette, TB (LV) 16 att., 89 yards, 1 TD

Player, Team, Super Bowl Stats

Billy Cannon, OAK (II) 2 rec., 25 yards
Charles Alexander, CIN (XVI) 2 rec., 3 yards
Kevin Faulk, NE (XXXVIII) 4 rec., 19 yards
Joseph Addai, IND (XLI) 10 rec., 66 yards
Kevin Faulk, NE (XLII) 7 rec., 52 yards
Joseph Addai, IND (XLIV) 7 rec., 58 yards
Devery Henderson, NO (XLIV) 7 rec., 63 yards
Brandon LaFell, NE (XLIX) 4 rec., 29 yards, 1 TD
Leonard Fournette, TB (LV) 4 rec., 46 yards

Player, Team, Super Bowl Stats
David Woodley, MIA (XVII) 4-of-14, 97 yards, 1 TD, 1 Int.

Kickoff Returns
Player, Team, Super Bowl Stats

Trindon Holliday, DEN (XLVIII) 5 ret., 105 yards, 32 long

Donnie Jones, PHI (XLII) 1 punt, 41 yards

Player, Team, Super Bowl Stats

Fred Miller, BAL (III) 3 tackles
Fred Miller, BAL (V) 5 tackles, 0.5 sacks
Johnny Robinson, KC (IV) 1 interception, 1 fumble recovery
Remi Prudhomme, KC (IV) 1 fumble recovery
Moonie Winston, MIN (IV) 4 tackles, 1 sack
Moonie Winston, MIN (VIII) 4 tackles
Moonie Winston, MIN (IX) 6 tackles
Moonie Winston, MIN (XI) 1 tackle
AJ Duhe, MIA (XVII) 3 tackles, 1 interception
Leonard Marshall, NYG (XXI) 2 tackles, 2 sacks
Leonard Marshall, NYG (XXV) 1 tackle, 1 sack
Denard Walker, TEN (XXXIV) 3 tackles, 1 fumble recovery
Tory James, OAK (XXXVII) 2 tackles, 1 PD
Karl Hankton, CAR (XXXVIII) 1 tackle
Jarvis Green, NE (XXXVIII) 1 PD
Jarvis Green, NE (XLII) 1 tackle, 1 sack
Booger McFarland, IND (XLI) 2 tackles, 1 sack
Eric Alexander, NE (XLII) 2 tackles
Randall Gay, NE (XLII) 2 PD
Corey Webster, NYG (XLII) 2 tackles, 1 PD
Ryan Clark, PIT (XLIII) 5 tackles
Randall Gay, NO (XLIV) 3 tackles
Howard Green, GB (XLV) 1 QB hit
Ryan Clark, PIT (XLV) 8 tackles
Corey Webster, NYG (XLVI) 1 tackle
Ricky Jean-Francois, SF (XLVII) 2 tackles
Tharold Simon, SEA (XLIX) 1 PD
Tyson Jackson, ATL (LI) 1 tackle
Deion Jones, ATL (LI) 9 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 PD
Jalen Mills, PHI (LII) 9 tackles, 2 PD
Michael Brockers, LA (LIII) 7 tackles
Tyrann Mathieu, KC (LIV) 6 tackles
Tyrann Mathieu, KC (LV) 3 tackles
Devin White, TB (LV) 12 tackles, 2 TFL
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Tracy Porter?
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Tracey Porter didn't got to LSU! He went to Indiana. He's FROM Louisiana. Didn't got to school here tho.
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Addai is not highlighted but Fournette is in the receiving category.
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Am I missing something? Why are certain players highlighted when they're not the record holder?
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Well, it looks like the highlighted players are the most recent players to record a stat in that category.
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I thought that Golden, but it's not the point of the post as I understand it, so I am confusion.
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I think it's just bad HTML formatting where the last line of a section is picking up the bold from the upcoming next section.
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