It's been well documented that a program record five former Ohio State players will be appearing in Super Bowl 50.
The Carolina Panthers are littered with Buckeyes as receivers Philly Brown and Ted Ginn Jr., guard Andrew Norwell and safety Kurt Coleman all start for Carolina. The Denver Bronocos, meanwhile, use Bradley Roby as a reserve cornerback (tight end Jeff Heuerman will be in attendance with the Broncos but is on the injured reserve list).
Two days before National Signing Day for the 2016 class, Roby reflected on when he signed on to become a Buckeye and offered some advice to those making a decision Wednesday.
Ginn, who has a chance to improve to 1-1 in Super Bowls if the Panthers can get a win, has had a nice season in Carolina and caught two passes for 52 yards while adding a 22-yard rushing score in his team's NCF Championship Game win over Arizona.
He and his fellow four Buckeyes will try to take down Roby and the Broncos this Sunday in San Fransisco.