15 former SEC players won Super Bowl rings last night


The Seattle Seahawks just utterly destroyed the Denver Broncos and Peyton Manning. Fifteen former SEC players won Super Bowl rings last night, along with two others in Michael Bennett and Red Bryant, who both played for Texas A&M in the Big 12.

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How great was Percy Harvin last night? FSU and Oklahoma can tell you all about him.

Congrats to these 15 former SEC players:

Seattle Seahawks

  • CB Akeem Auguste, South Carolina (Practice squad)
  • OT Alvin Bailey, Arkansas
  • DE Michael Bennett, Texas A&M (Played in Big 12)
  • DE Red Bryant, Texas A&M (Played in Big 12)
  • OG James Carpenter, Alabama
  • DT Dewayne Cherrington, Mississippi State (Practice squad)
  • WR Arceto Clark, Mississippi State (Practice squad)
  • DE Chris Clemons, Georgia
  • WR Percy Harvin, Florida
  • OG/C Lemuel Jeanpierre, South Carolina
  • DT Tony McDaniel, Tennessee
  • RB Christine Michael, Texas A&M
  • WR Sidney Rice, South Carolina (Injured Reserve)
  • CB Tharold Simon, LSU (Reserve)
  • FB Spencer Ware, LSU (Injured Reserve)
  • DT Jesse Williams, Alabama (Injured Reserve)
  • LB KJ Wright, Mississippi State

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  • Even practice squad get rings?? That’s new to me.

    • The coaches and roster players vote on who gets the rings. Since the practice squad is with the team all year long and they help the starters get better, they are usually voted to get a ring. Rarely ever does one not receive a ring. Same thing as baseball. If a player is with the team most of the year, and is traded in the middle of the season, they can vote to give him a ring if they thought he had a large part in their success.

  • remarkable, 15 of how many? number somewhere between 24 and about 100

  • About the same number of former SEC players lost their manhood in front of an audience of millions last night.

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