Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by sugarlsu, Jan 23, 2011.
Is that it? C'mon man its the super bowl. C notes are for prop bets.
packers: Matt Flynn Quinn Johnson Howard Green
Steelers: Ryan Clark
Go Packers! Even though they ended my team's season they are a fun team to watch.
LSU tops the SEC, along with UT, with 5 Tigers playing in the SB. One that has been missed, Justin Vincent - RB for the Steelers. Didn't know that one. This is the 10 th SB in a row that LSU has a former Tiger playing.
I thought Justin was cut in the second to last preseason cuts.
Tell that to the dude who bet me!
Fine with me though...the pool I'm in costs $500 so at $600 total I've far and away exceeded what I would normally bet on big games.
I know the Steelers are favored but is there a line out yet? Did it change with the announcement of Jerry World closing the roof? They say the Packers are a dome team forced to play in the cold...
JV is not on any NFL roster.
Central Michigan is another school that has 4 former players in the Super Bowl!
tOSU, LSU, UT, and Central fricken Michigan?? :rofl:
That is what I thought as well, but:
SEC players in the Super Bowl
January, 24, 2011 Jan 24
By Chris Low
There are 20 former SEC players on the Super Bowl rosters of the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers.
LSU and Tennessee each have five former players playing in the game, which tops the SEC. Alabama and Georgia have two. This is the 10th consecutive season that LSU has had a former player on one of the rosters in the Super Bowl.
Florida has a player, Pittsburgh Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey, on a Super Bowl roster for the ninth consecutive season.
Here's a complete list of the former SEC players on the Super Bowl rosters:
GREEN BAY PACKERS
Chad Clifton, OT, Tennessee
Matt Flynn, QB, LSU
Brett Goode, LS, Arkansas
Howard Green, DE, LSU
Justin Harrell, DT, Tennessee
Quinn Johnson, FB, LSU
Donald Lee, TE, Mississippi State
Pat Lee, CB, Auburn
Tim Masthay, P, Kentucky
Charlie Peprah, SS, Alabama
Scott Wells, C, Tennessee
Jarius Wynn, DE, Georgia
Ryan Clark, FS, LSU
Ramon Foster, OG, Tennessee
Anthony Madison, CB, Alabama
Maurkice Pouncey, C, Florida
Chris Scott, OT, Tennessee
Justin Vincent, RB, LSU
Mike Wallace, WR, Ole Miss
Hines Ward, WR, Georgia
SEC Blog - ESPN
Then again given the source.:insane:
Pitt + 2' is what I saw and I will be all over it. I will probably wait till game time and watch the money line as well as the spread to see what it does. Game time line is usually the closest to what will actually happen so that is the one you want to read correctly. Good luck.
That is obviously a preseason roster, because he was cut prior to the regular season.