Probably to the surprise of no one, the SEC will be the most-represented conference in Sunday's Super Bowl.
Eighteen SEC alums were listed on the active rosters of the Super Bowl participants as of noon Eastern time Friday. Ten of the league's 12 schools have players in the big game, led by four from LSU and Tennessee.
The Big Ten is second with 15 players, while the ACC and the Mid-American are tied for third with 13 alums apiece.
Four players are the most from any school. LSU and Tennessee are joined in that category by Central Michigan and Ohio State.