There have been 44 USC Alumni who have won Super Bowl rings. They are: Super Bowl XLVII, 2012 Baltimore Ravens None Super Bowl XLVI, 2011 New York Giants None Super Bowl XLV, 2010 Green Bay Packers LOLB Clay Matthews USC Super Bowl XLIV, 2009 New Orleans Saints RDT Sedrick Ellis USC RB/PR Reggie Bush USC Super Bowl XLIII, 2008 Pittsburgh Steelers SS Troy Polamalu USC Super Bowl XLII, 2007 New York Giants WR Steve Smith USC DT Manuel Wright USC Super Bowl XLI, 2006 Indianapolis Colts LG Dylan Gandy Texas Tech Super Bowl XL, 2005 Pittsburgh Steelers SS Troy Polamalu USC Super Bowl XXXIX, 2004 New England Patriots LOLB Willie McGinest USC Super Bowl XXXVIII, 2003 New England Patriots LOLB Willie McGinest USC Super Bowl XXXVII, 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers LCB Brian Kelly USC QB Rob Johnson USC WR Keyshawn Johnson USC DB David Gibson USC Super Bowl XXXVI, 2001 New England Patriots LOLB Willie McGinest USC Super Bowl XXXV, 2000 Baltimore Ravens None Super Bowl XXXIV, 1999 St. Louis Rams None Super Bowl XXXIII, 1998 Denver Broncos None Super Bowl XXXII, 1997 Denver Broncos None Super Bowl XXXI, 1996 Green Bay Packers RLB Brian M. Williams USC OT Ken Ruettgers USC LT John Michels USC LB Lamont Hollinquest USC Super Bowl XXX, 1995 Dallas Cowboys None Super Bowl XXIX, 1994 San Francisco 49ers SS Tim McDonald USC RG Derrick Deese USC Super Bowl XXVIII, 1993 Dallas Cowboys TE Scott Galbraith USC Super Bowl XXVII, 1992 Dallas Cowboys None Super Bowl XXVI, 1991 Washington Redskins RB Ricky Ervins USC Super Bowl XXV, 1990 New York Giants LB Larry McGrew USC Super Bowl XXIV, 1989 San Francisco 49ers SS Ronnie Lott USC OG Jeff Bregel USC Super Bowl XXIII, 1988 San Francisco 49ers SS Ronnie Lott USC OG Jeff Bregel USC LILB Riki Ellison USC Super Bowl XXII, 1987 Washington Redskins None Super Bowl XXI, 1986 New York Giants None Super Bowl XX, 1985 Chicago Bears RT Keith Van Horne USC Super Bowl XIX, 1984 San Francisco 49ers SS Ronnie Lott USC LILB Riki Ellison USC Super Bowl XVIII, 1983 Los Angeles Raiders RB Marcus Allen USC ROLB Rod Martin USC C/G Don Mosebar USC Super Bowl XVII, 1982 Washington Redskins None Super Bowl XVI, 1981 San Francisco 49ers SS Ronnie Lott USC TE Charlie Young USC Super Bowl XV, 1980 Oakland Raiders ROLB Rod Martin USC WR Bob Chandler USC LB Mario Celotto USC Super Bowl XIV, 1979 Pittsburgh Steelers WR Lynn Swann USC G/T Gerry Mullins USC Super Bowl XIII, 1978 Pittsburgh Steelers WR Lynn Swann USC RG Gerry Mullins USC Super Bowl XII, 1977 Dallas Cowboys None Super Bowl XI, 1976 Oakland Raiders RT John Vella USC LCB Skip Thomas USC QB Mike Rae USC DB Charlie Phillips USC RB Manfred Moore USC LILB Willie Hall USC RB Clarence Davis USC Super Bowl X, 1975 Pittsburgh Steelers WR Lynn Swann USC RG Gerry Mullins USC Super Bowl IX, 1974 Pittsburgh Steelers WR Lynn Swann USC RG Gerry Mullins USC Super Bowl VIII, 1973 Miami Dolphins None Super Bowl VII,1972 Miami Dolphins None Super Bowl VI, 1971 Dallas Cowboys None Super Bowl V, 1970 Baltimore Colts LB Ray May USC Super Bowl IV, 1969 Kansas City Chiefs HB Mike Garrett USC Super Bowl III, 1968 New York Jets None Super Bowl II, 1967 Green Bay Packers PR Willie Wood USC Ben Wilson USC Super Bowl I, 1966 Green Bay Packers PR Willie Wood USC
None. ---- Through Super Bowl XLIII, no USC QB has started a Super Bowl and won ... no USC QB has started a Super Bowl and lost, either. The only USC QB with a Super Bowl ring is Rob Johnson who was the backup QB to Brad Johnson of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl XXXVII. He did not play in the game.
Lynn Swann and Marcus Allen
Clay Matthews is one.
Carson Palmer, Mark Sanchez, and Matt Leinart.
Marcus Allen (1981-USC) Super Bowl XVII with the Los Angelos Raiders
Troy Polamalu is one of many
In the 1974 rose bowl, 42-21
Ohio State and USC have met in the Rose Bowl 7 times, in 1955, 1969, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1980 and 1985 . USC leads 4-3.
USC on both counts. USC has been to 45 bowl games (29 wins) to Michigan's 38 bowl games (18 wins).
That was junior Brad Otten.
Junior Pat Haden
John David Booty
The cast of 1974 Rose Bowl - 1974 includes: Al DeRogatis as Himself - Color Commentator Curt Gowdy as Himself - Play-by-Play Announcer Cornelius Greene as Himself - Ohio St. Buckeyes Quarterback Pat Haden as Himself - USC Trojans Quarterback Chris Limahelu as Himself - USC Trojans Kicker Jim Obradovich as Himself - USC Trojans Tight End
Todd Marinovich in 1991.