Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports
The Super Bowl matchup between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs will feature many players from SEC programs. Here's a full rundown, per SDS:

Here’s all 14 players from the Eagles who last played for an SEC program:

WR AJ Brown | Ole Miss
DT Fletcher Cox | Mississippi State
DT Jordan Davis | Georgia
LB Nakobe Dean | Georgia
OL Landon Dickerson | Alabama
OL Jack Driscoll | Auburn
S C.J. Gardner-Johnson | Florida
CB Josh Jobe | Alabama
CB Darius Slay | Mississippi State
WR DeVonta Smith | Alabama
DE Derek Barnett | Tennessee (injured reserve)
P Arryn Siposs | Auburn (injured reserve)
WR Tyrie Cleveland | Florida (practice squad)
OL Fred Johnson | Florida (practice squad)

Additionally, quarterback Jalen Hurts spent multiple years at Alabama before ending his collegiate career at Oklahoma.

Here’s all 15 players from the Chiefs who last played for an SEC program:

LB Nick Bolton | Missouri
DE Carlos Dunlap | Florida
LB Willie Gay | Mississippi State
WR Mecole Hardman | Georgia
DE Malik Herring | Georgia
DT Chris Jones | Mississippi State
OL Darian Kinnard | Kentucky
OL Trey Smith | Tennessee
WR Kadarius Toney | Florida
S Tommy Townsend | Florida
OL Prince Tega Wanogho | Auburn
RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire | LSU (injured reserve)
TE Kendall Blanton | Missouri (practice squad)
DT Phil Hoskins | Kentucky (practice squad)
RB La’Mical Perine | Florida (practice squad)
Super Bowl LVII is Sunday, Feb. 12 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
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No care.
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Salty bitch lol
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UF represented
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Mississippi State is almost 20 % of the SEC starting squad representation. nice!
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This post is gonna Hurts some Gump feelings.
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Why? The list is players who "last played for an SEC team." So by their definition they could have left Hurts off completely. Instead they went out of their way to mention that he played at both Alabama and Oklahoma.
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Built by Oklahoma
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Why? If it's the LAST school he played for then it's not Bama.
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