One United States president (Herbert Hoover) and two Super Bowl winning quarterbacks (Jim Plunkett, John Elway) went to Stanford University.
Doug Williams and Steve Young.
Just one. David Woodley went with the 83 Dolphins, but lost to Washington.
they never went to the super bowl
Through Super Bowl XLII: 1) Terry Bradshaw, QB of the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowls IX, X, XIII, and XIV, went to Louisiana Tech which now is a Division 1-A school but at the time he played there was in the NCAA College Division. 2) Ron Jaworski, QB of the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl XV, went to Youngstown State which was an NCAA College Division school. 3) Ken Anderson, QB of the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl XVI, went to Augustana College which was an NCAA College Division school.
No, he did not. Terry Bradshaw, Neil O'Donnell and Ben Roethlisberger are the only Steelers Super Bowl starting quarterbacks. Kordell Stewart did play on the 1995 team that went to Super Bowl XXX. But as a quarterback during the season he was 5 of 7 in passing attempts/completions. He was used primarily as a receiver/rusher.
The Eagles went to the Super Bowl in 1980 and 2004.
Dan Marino was the Quarterback of the Miami Dolphins team that reached Super Bowl XIX after the 1984 season. The Dolphins lost 38-16 to the San Francisco 49ers. Marino is perhaps one of the best NFL quarterbacks that never won a Super Bowl.
they were never undefeated and went to the super bowl
The New England Patriots starting QB is Tom Brady. He went to the University of Michigan. The New York Giants starting QB is Eli Manning. He went to the University of Mississippi.