Twenty schools have had alums make at least two starts at quarterback in a Super Bowl, and 10 schools have had at least four starts.
Notre Dame and Stanford quarterbacks have started more Super Bowls than any other school, with seven; Purdue has six; Michigan has five; and Alabama, Louisiana Tech, Miami, Navy and UCLA have four each.
Twenty-three schools have produced Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks, led by Notre Dame with five victories. Alabama, Louisiana Tech, Purdue and Stanford have four wins each.
A Seahawks win would make Wisconsin one of just three Big Ten schools with a Super Bowl-winning quarterback; Michigan and Purdue are the others. Wisconsin would be the seventh Big Ten school to have an alum start a Super Bowl at quarterback, joining Illinois, Michigan, Michigan State, Nebraska, Penn State and Purdue.
Peyton Manning, a Tennessee alum, is making his third Super Bowl start. That ties the Vols with Georgia for second-most Super Bowl starts among SEC schools, behind Alabama. Florida and Ole Miss are the only other SEC schools to have an alum start a Super Bowl at quarterback. Alabama, Ole Miss and Tennessee are the SEC schools with Super Bowl victories.
» Terry Bradshaw, Louisiana Tech: 4
» Joe Montana, Notre Dame: 4
» Troy Aikman, UCLA: 3
» Tom Brady, Michigan: 3
» Bob Griese, Purdue: 2
» Eli Manning, Ole Miss: 2
» Jim Plunkett, Stanford: 2
» Ben Roethlisberger, Miami (Ohio): 2
» Bart Starr, Alabama: 2
» Roger Staubach, Navy: 2
» Drew Brees, Purdue: 1
» Len Dawson, Purdue: 1
» Trent Dilfer, Fresno State: 1
» Brett Favre, Southern Miss: 1
» Joe Flacco, Delaware: 1
» Jeff Hostetler, West Virginia: 1
» Brad Johnson, Florida State: 1
» Peyton Manning, Tennessee: 1
» Jim McMahon, BYU: 1
» Joe Namath, Alabama: 1
» Aaron Rodgers, California: 1
» Mark Rypien, Washington State: 1
» Phil Simms, Morehead State: 1
» Ken Stabler, Alabama: 1
» Joe Theismann, Notre Dame: 1
» Johnny Unitas, Louisville: 1
» Kurt Warner, Northern Iowa: 1
» Doug Williams, Grambling: 1
» Steve Young, BYU: 1