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It has never happened in the same Super Bowl game.
Through Super Bowl XLII, no quarterback from Ohio State has started a Super Bowl game.
It has never happened in Super Bowl history.
Alabama and Purdue.
The University of Miami has produced one Super Bowl starting quarterback, that being Jim Kelly who was the starter for the Buffalo Bills in Super Bowls XXV, XXVI, XXVII, and XXVIII.
Click on the 'Super Bowl Starting QBs' link on this page to see the quarterbacks who started for their team in the Super Bowl.
Three quarterbacks have started and won the Super Bowl.
Three Super Bowl quarterbacks attended Alabama. The quarterbacks are: * Bart Starr (Green Bay Packers) Super Bowl I & II * Joe Namath (New York Jets) Super Bowl III * Ken Stabler (Oakland Raiders) Super Bowl XI
Joe Montana and Joe Thiesmann from Notre Dame
Ken Anderson and Boomer Esiason were the starting quarterbacks for the Bengals Super Bowl games.
University of Alabama
Three colleges have produced a trio of Super Bowl quarterbacks:Alabama: Bart Starr (Super Bowls I and II), Joe Namath (Super Bowl III) and Ken Stabler (Super Bowl XI).Notre Dame: Daryle Lamonica (Super Bowl II), Joe Montana (Super Bowls XVI, XIX, XXIII and XXIV) and Joe Theismann (Super Bowls XVII and XVIII).Purdue: Len Dawson (Super Bowls I and IV), Bob Griese (Super Bowls VI, VII and VIII) and Drew Brees (Super Bowl XLIV).
The Raiders' winning quarterbacks were Ken Stabler (Super Bowl XI) and Jim Plunkett (Super Bowls XV and XVIII).
The quarterbacks for the 1975 Super Bowl IX were Pittsburgh Steelers Terry Bradshaw, and Minnesota Vikings Fran Tarkenton.
The quarterbacks for the 1977 Super Bowl XI were Oakland Raiders Ken Stabler, and Minnesota Vikings Fran Tarkenton.
The quarterbacks for the 1999 Super Bowl XXXIII were Denver Broncos John Elway, and Atlanta Falcons Chris Chandler.
Stanford (Jim Plunkett and John Elway).
answers varies to various quarterbacks in super bowl history.
For the upcoming Super Bowl 44, the starting quarterbacks for both teams are Peyton Manning and Drew Brees.