Here are a few to start ... 1) Jim Plunkett was the starting QB for Stanford who won the 1971 Rose Bowl and for the Raiders who won Super Bowls XV and XVIII.
2) Lynn Swann was a WR with for USC who won the 1973 Rose Bowl and for the Steelers who won Super Bowl IX, X, XII, and XIII.
3) Rod Martin was a LB for USC that won the 1976 Rose Bowl and for the Raiders who won Super Bowls XV and XVIII.
4) Marcus Allen was a RB for USC that won the 1979 and 1980 Rose Bowls and for the Raiders that won Super Bowl XVIII.
5) Ronnie Lott was a DB for USC that won the 1979 and 1980 Rose Bowls and for the 49ers that won Super Bowls XVI, XIX, XXVIII, and XXIV.
6) Randy Cross was an OL for UCLA that won the 1976 Rose Bowl and the 49ers who won Super Bowls XVI, XIX, and XXIII.
7) Wendell Tyler was a RB for UCLA that won the 1976 Rose Bowl and the 49ers who won Super Bowl XIX.
8) Orlando Pace was an OT for Ohio State that won the 1997 Rose Bowl and the Rams who won Super Bowl XXXIV.
9) Mike Vrabel was a DE for Ohio State that won the 1997 Rose Bowl and the Patriots that won Super Bowls XXXVI, XXXVIII, and XXXIX.
10) Ali Haji-Sheikh was a K for Michigan that won the 1980 Rose Bowl and the Redskins that won Super Bowl XXII.
11) Ty Law was a DB for Michigan that won the 1993 Rose Bowl and the Patriots that won Super Bowls XXXVI, XXXVIII, and XXXIX. Also .... 1) Mike Holmgren was a backup QB for USC who won the 1970 Rose Bowl and the head coach of the Green Bay Packers who won Super Bowl XXXI.
2) Dick Vermeil was head coach of USC who won the 1976 Rose Bowl and the Rams that won Super Bowl XXXIV.
The only coach to win both the Rose Bowl and the Super Bowl was Dick Vermeil.
The MVP of both Super Bowl I and Super Bowl II was Bart Starr (QB)
Dick Vermeil won both the Superbowl and Rosebowl and is the only coach to do so.
Tom Flores won a Super Bowl as backup quarterback for the Chiefs in Super Bowl IV and as head coach of the Raiders in Super Bowl XV.
The Steelers won Super Bowls XIII & XIV. The most valuable player in both Super Bowls was Terry Bradshaw.
The New Orleans Superdome has hosted 6 Super Bowls and both the Rose Bowl and Orange Bowl has hosted 5.
The Pittsburgh Steelers won both Super Bowl 13 (XIII) and 14 (XIV). Pittsburgh QB Terry Bradshaw was voted MVP for both games.
Terry Bradshaw of the Pittsburgh Steelers was the MVP of both Super Bowl XIII and XIV.
The Pittsburgh Steelers played in both Super Bowl XL and Super Bowl XLIII. They beat the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XL and the Arizona Cardinals in XLIII.
phil sims is one of them
Yes, because the Super Bowl is played between the AFC champion and the NFC champion, the winner of the Super Bowl would be entitled to both rings.
1) Mike Ditka was a player on the Dallas Cowboys team that won Super Bowl VI and head coach of the Chicago Bears that won Super Bowl XX. 2) Tom Flores was a player on the Kansas City Chiefs that won Super Bowl IV and head coach of the Raiders that won Super Bowls XV and XVIII. 3) Tony Dungy was a player on the Pittsburgh Steelers that won Super Bowl XIII and head coach of the Indianapolis Colts that won Super Bowl XLI.
The 1975 Super Bowl and the 1980 Super Bowl were both won by the Pittsburgh Steelers.
They have never lost in the Super Bowl. They won in both Super Bowl XXXV (2009) and Super Bowl XLVII (2013).
He won the Super Bowl MVP trophy in both Super Bowl XXXVI (2001 Season) and Super Bowl XXXVIII (2003 Season).
No, because Bryan Jordan is a soccer player.
yes, Eli won super bowl MVP one super bowl after Peyton did!!!!!!! (Peyton super bowl XLI and Eli XLII)
Super Bowl XXV (1990 season) had the Giants beating the Bills (both from New York) Super Bowl XXIX (1994 season) had the 49ers beating the Chargers (both from California)
As of Super Bowl XLII, there have been two Super Bowl games where neither team committed a turnover: Super Bowl XXV - Bills and Giants Super Bowl XXXIV - Rams and Titans
Yes they do. The loosing team from the Super Bowl receives a Super Bowl ring as well, but it is half the cost of the winning Super Bowl team's Super Bowl ring. Many players choose not to wear those rings, because it symbolizes defeat.
Miami hosted Super Bowl II in 1968, and Super Bowl III in 1969, both at the Orange Bowl.
No, he threw for 2 TDs (both in Super Bowl XXVI) but did not score a touchdown in Super Bowl play.
Super Bowl I was televised on both NBC and CBS.