The Tennessee Vols are the class of the SEC when it comes to the Super Bowl.
According to a recent infographic from CBS Sports, the Volunteers have had the most players all-time play in the Super Bowl among SEC schools.
— Tennessee Football (@Vol_Football) January 29, 2016
The Miami Hurricanes lead the way overall with most players to participate in the Super Bowl with 117.
Tennessee is seventh overall on the list with 96.
The next closest SEC school is Georgia. The Bulldogs are tenth overall on the list with 87 players.
LSU, Alabama and Florida are also in the top 20.
Four former Vols will be playing in Super Bowl 50 this season — Chris Scott for the Carolina Panthers and Peyton Manning, Malik Jackson and Britton Colquitt for the Denver Broncos.
— Tennessee Football (@Vol_Football) January 27, 2016
A former Vol, according to Tennessee’s official Twitter account, has won a Super Bowl ring 41 times.
With VFL’s on both sides of the ball in Super Bowl 50, that number is guaranteed to grow after a winner is crowned in this year’s Super Bowl.