Boise State Broncos Tied for 21st in Super Bowl Rings From 2011-2016

In the last six years, six Boise State players have combined for seven Super Bowl appearances, and five Bronco alumni have won the ultimate prize in professional football.

BOISE, Idaho--Boise State has long been one of the nation's elite college football programs, and that success is starting to transfer to the National Football League.

Denver's win in Super Bowl 50 means that starting center Matt Paradis and All-Pro tackle Ryan Clady, who was on injured reserve after an injury in the preseason, will both get Super Bowl rings.  Both Broncos are former stars for the Boise State Broncos.

That brings Boise State's Super Bowl ring tally to eight, including five in the last six years.  Boise State is tied for 12th in the nation for the most Super Bowl rings won by its alumni since 2011.

Guard Darren Colledge and fullback Korey Hall helped the Green Bay Packers win Super Bowl XLV beating Pittsburgh 31-25.  Three years later, safety Jeron Johnson, who played most of the year before being out the final three games, earned a Super Bowl ring when the Seattle Seahawks beat Denver in Super Bowl XLVIII.

The top schools which have produced Super Bowl winning players are listed below (number of Super Bowl Rings from 2011-2016 in parentheses):

1.    Ohio State (12)

2.    Tennessee (10)

3.    Alabama (8)

3.    Florida (8)

3.    LSU (8)

3.    Wisconsin (8)

7.    Iowa (7)

7.    Miami (Fl) (7)

7.    Michigan (7)

7.    Notre Dame (7)

7.    Texas A&M (7)

12.  Arkansas (6)

12.  Auburn (6)

12.  Boston College (6)

12.  California (6)

12.  Colorado (6)

12.  Maryland (6)

12.  Oregon (6)

12.  Penn State (6)

12.  UCLA (6)

21.  Boise State (5)

21.  Georgia (5)

21.  Illinois (5)

21.  Mississippi State (5)

21.  Nebraska (5)

21.  Purdue (5)

21.  Rutgers (5)

21.  Texas (5)

21.  USC (5)

30.  Georgia Tech (4)

30.  Marshall (4)

30.  Michigan State (4)

30.  Oklahoma State (4)

30.  San Diego State (4)

30.  Stanford (4)

30.  TCU (4)

30.  Utah (4)

38.  Arizona State (3)

38.  Central Michigan (3)

38.  Colorado State (3)

38.  East Carolina (3)

38.  Florida State (3)

38.  Fresno State (3)

38.  Idaho (3)

38.  Indiana (3)

38.  Louisville (3)

38.  Memphis (3)

38.  Mississippi (3)

38.  Nevada (3)

38.  NC State (3)

38.  Oregon State (3)

38.  South Carolina (3)

38.  South Florida (3)

38.  Syracuse (3)

38.  Texas Tech (3)

38.  UCF (3)

38.  Utah State (3)

38.  Virginia (3)

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