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Penn State in the Super Bowl

Super Bowl XLIII FootballA number of Penn State alumni played parts in Sunday’s Super Bowl. I’m glad to see THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY (take that Ohio State) was well represented.

Jim Bradley, Pittsburgh Steelers’ orthopedic surgeon
Scott Brown, covered the game for the Pittsburgh Tribune Review
Levi Brown, Arizonia Cardinal’s right tackle
Mark Faller, Arizona Republic sports writer
Kevin Gorman, covered the game for the Pittsburgh Tribune Review
Matt Millen, analyst for NBC’s Super Bowl programming
Ira Miller, long time NFL writer
John Norwig, Pittsburgh Steelers’ head trainer
Sean McHugh, Pittsburgh Steelers’ tight-end
Scott Paxson, Pittsburgh Steelers’ defensive tackle
Michael Signora, director of media relations and international communications

[List compiled through data from Penn State Live and the Penn Stater Magazine blog.]

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