Which College Football Conferences Are Represented Most in Super Bowl XLVIII?

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Which College Football Conferences Are Represented Most in Super Bowl XLVIII?
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For fans of college football and only college football, the Super Bowl (if not the entire existence of the NFL) is not unlike an island of outgrown toys—a magical, nostalgic place where former schoolboy favorites live out the twilight of their careers.

Accordingly, unless you hail from Denver or Seattle or were born to someone who did, it might be hard to find interest in watching Sunday's game. What reason is there to tune in if you don't care about the final score?

For the sake of all you college diehards, let's take a quick look at where the Super Bowl rosters came from—only counting the 53-man active rosters, since those are the players you might actually see on the field.

Which conference's fans will hear the most familiar names?

 

Note: Conferences tabulated by 2014 membership (i.e., Louisville was counted as a member of the ACC).

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