The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are officially Super Bowl-bound. The Bucs won’t need to travel as the game was already set to be played at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa.

Two Tampa Bay players from the SEC will have the opportunity to set Bucs franchise records on their home field.

While Jon Gruden won a Super Bowl during his time as Tampa Bay head coach, the Bucs don’t exactly have a decorated postseason history. Former Texas A&M wide receiver Mike Evans and former LSU running back Leonard Fournette will enter the game in striking distance of setting franchise postseason records.

Evans caught the second of his two touchdowns this postseason in the first quarter of Sunday’s 31-26 win over Green Bay in the NFC Championship Game, tying Keenan McCardell’s mark.

One more TD catch for Evans and he’ll have the postseason record all to himself.

Fournette, meanwhile, will enter The Big Game two scores off of Bucs great Mike Alstott’s 4 TDs during Tampa Bay’s 2002 run after picking up his third TD of the postseason.

We’ll find out in a few hours if Evans and Fournette will be going up against the Bills or Chiefs defense.