Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, January 23, 2013

Pop quiz: Which school has the longest streak of putting at least one player in the Super Bowl? Alabama? Florida? LSU? Nope, it isn't a SEC school; it's Nebraska, according to this USA TODAY story.

Baltimore punter Sam Koch (2002-05) makes it 20 consecutive seasons that a former Husker player will compete in the Super Bowl.

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No school is all that close to Nebraska, either. Its closest competitors, Notre Dame and Purdue, are at 14 consecutive seasons. Something else you probably wouldn't guess: The Big Ten accounts for half of the 10 longest current streaks.

Check out the top 10, according to USA TODAY:

1. Nebraska 20
T-2. Purdue 14
T-2. Notre Dame 14
T-4. Illinois 12
T-4. Ohio State 12
T-4. Georgia 12
T-4. LSU 12
8. Florida 11
9. Iowa 10
10. Texas 8

Koch and the Ravens face San Francisco in Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday, Feb. 3 in New Orleans.

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