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Williams Continues Super Bowl Streak

02/01/2013
Athletic Communications
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FAYETTEVILLE - When Super Bowl XLVII kicks off Sunday evening, it will feature former Razorback Bobbie Williams, who lettered at Arkansas from 1996-99. Williams was drafted in the second round of the 2000 NFL Draft by the Philadelphia Eagles and also played for the Cincinnati Bengals, where he started 118 games from 2004-11. He has appeared in 164 games with 138 starts during his 13-year NFL career.

The Razorbacks have been represented in five straight Super Bowls and if the Ravens win will have a winner for the fourth straight year. Arkansas now has 31 former student-athletes or coaches who have been affiliated with a Super Bowl team.

FORMER RAZORBACKS IN THE SUPER BOWL

PLAYER TEAM SUPER BOWL (OPPONENT)
Lance Alworth, WR Dallas VI (Miami) 
Steve Atwater, S  Denver  XXIV (S.F.), XXXII (G.B.), XXXIII (Atlanta) 
Ravin Caldwell, LB  Washington  XXII (Denver), XXVI (Buffalo) 
Mike Cherry, QB  N.Y. Giants  XXXV (Baltimore) 
Steve Cox, P  Washington  XXII (Denver) 
Henry Ford, DT/DE  Tennessee  XXIV (St. Louis) 
Brett Goode, LS  Green Bay  XLV (Pittsburgh) 
Ryan Hale, DT  N.Y. Giants  XXXV (Baltimore) 
Dan Hampton, DE  Chicago  XX (New England) 
Madre Hill, RB  Oakland  XXXVII (Tampa Bay) 
Raylee Johnson, DE  San Diego  XXIX (San Francisco) 
Greg Lasker, S  N.Y. Giants  XXI (Denver) 
Jim Lindsey, RB  Minnesota  IV (Kansas City) 
Ryan Mallett, QB  New England  XLVI (N.Y. Giants) 
Brison Manor, DE  Denver  XII (Dallas) 
Mitch Petrus, OG  N.Y. Giants  XLVI (New England) 
Dave Reavis, OT  Pittsburgh  IX (Minnesota), X (Dallas) 
Billy Ray Smith, DT  Baltimore Colts  III (N.Y. Jets), V (Dallas) 
R.C. Thielemann, OG  Washington  XXII (Denver) 
Tony Ugoh, OT  Indianapolis  XLIV (New Orleans 
  N.Y. Giants  XLVI (New England) 
Bobbie Williams, OG  Baltimore  XLVII (San Francisco) 
Dennis Winston, LB  Pittsburgh  XIII (Dallas), XIV (L.A. Rams) 

COACH TEAM SUPER BOWL (OPPONENT)
Raymond Berry* New England XX (Chicago)
Don Breaux* Washington XVII (Miami), XVIII (L.A. Raiders), XXII (Denver), XXVI (Buffalo)
Joe Gibbs* Washington XVII (Miami), XVIII (L.A. Raiders), XXII (Denver), XXVI (Buffalo)
Bill Johnson* New Orleans XLIV (Indianapolis)
Jimmy Johnson Dallas XXVII (Buffalo), XXVIII (Buffalo)
John Mitchell* Pittsburgh XXX (Dallas), XL (Seattle), XLIII (Arizona), XLV (G.B.)
Barry Switzer Dallas XXX (Pittsburgh)
Fred Von Appen* San Francisco XIX (Miami), XXIII (Cincinnati)

*Coached at Arkansas

   

OWNER TEAM SUPER BOWL (OPPONENT)
Jerry Jones Dallas XXVII (Buffalo), XXVIII (Buffalo), XXX (Pittsburgh)


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