Super Bowl scorers: Where'd they go to school?

Scoring a touchdown is an exciting accomplishment. It inspires end zone dances, slum dunks over goal posts, leaps into the bleachers and any number of other creative and often outrageous acts.

A touchdown scored in the Super Bowl – football's biggest stage – likely multiplies the excitement at least tenfold. Consider that of all the men to play football, only 161 have reached the end zone in the Super Bowl.

Three of them have come from Wyoming, a program with a decent history but certainly not a national power. Yet Wyoming has had as many alums score Super Bowl touchdowns as Florida State, Georgia, Penn State, UCLA and USC and more than Florida, Alabama, Auburn, Tennessee, Texas and Oklahoma.

These days, the Big Ten is criticized as a struggling conference, but 25 players from current Big Ten schools have scored touchdowns – more than any other conference.

Following is a list of college football programs that produced players who have scored Super Bowl touchdowns; we also provide the answers to Wednesday's trivia questions.

Trivia answers

1. What university has produced the most players who have scored Super Bowl touchdowns? Miami has had eight players; Notre Dame is second with six.

Miami (8) Bill Miller, Oakland (scored 2) Pete Banaszak, Oakland Ottis Anderson, New York Giants (2) Michael Irvin, Dallas (2) Jimmie Jones, Dallas Duane Starks, Baltimore Ravens Devin Hester, Chicago Reggie Wayne, Indianapolis

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