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Former FSU standouts win the Super Bowl with the Chiefs

Derrick Nnadi and Cam Erving add to the list of former ’Noles that have won the Big Game.

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With the Kansas City Chiefs’ 31-20 victory over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV, the war chant rang out in Miami’s home stadium and Derrick Nnadi and Cam Erving joined an impressive list of ’Noles with Super Bowl rings:

Ron Sellers: 1973 Miami Dolphins

J.T. Thomas: 1975, 1976, 1979 Pittsburgh Steelers

Fred Biletnikoff: 1977 Oakland Raiders

Willie Jones: 1981 Oakland Raiders

Mike Shumann: 1982 San Francisco 49ers

Dennis McKinnon: 1985 Chicago Bears

Zeke Mowatt: 1987 New York Giants

Martin Mayhew: 1992 Washington Redskins

Dexter Carter: 1995 San Francisco 49ers

Dedrick Dodge: 1995 San Francisco 49ers and 1998 Denver Broncos

William Floyd: 1995 San Francisco 49ers

Deion Sanders: 1995 San Francisco 49ers and 1996 Dallas Cowboys

Edgar Bennett: 1997 Green Bay Packers

LeRoy Butler: 1997 Green Bay Packers

Andre Cooper: 1998 Denver Broncos

Rick Tuten: 2000 St. Louis Rams

Devin Bush: 2000 St. Louis Rams

Peter Boulware: 2001 Baltimore Ravens

Terrell Buckley: 2002 New England Patriots

Derrick Brooks: 2003 Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Dexter Jackson: 2003 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (MVP)

Brad Johnson: 2003 Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Greg Spires: 2003 Tampa Bay Buccaneers

P.K. Sam: 2005 New England Patriots

Chris Hope: 2006 Pittsburgh Steelers

Bryant McFadden: 2006, 2008 Pittsburgh Steelers

Orpheus Roye: 2008 Pittsburgh Steelers

Lawrence Timmons: 2008 Pittsburgh Steelers

Anquan Boldin: 2013 Baltimore Ravens

Bryan Stork: 2015 New England Patriots

Tre’ Jackson 2017 New England Patriots

Timmy Jernigan: 2018 Philadelphia Eagles

Nigel Bradham: 2018 Philadelphia Eagles

Ronald Darby: 2018 Philadelphia Eagles

Patrick Robinson: 2018 Philadelphia Eagles

Ryan Izzo: 2019 New England Patriots

Derrick Nnadi: 2020 Kansas City Chiefs

Cameron Erving: 2020 Kansas City Chiefs

Nnadi and Erving returned to Miami Gardens, were both players have a storied past:

Erving finished his career undefeated against the Hurricanes and Nnadi took part in a game that would become part of FSU-Miami legend.

Their success in the stadium has yet to come to an end as both will head home Super Bowl Champions.

Nnadi set the tone, making the first play of the game for the Kansas City defense, recording a tackle for a loss on San Francisco’s Tevin Coleman. Nnadi would finish the game with 4 tackles (3 solo) and a tackle for a loss.

Erving served as a backup offensive linemen in this game, but saw the field when Kansas City turned to their heavier running packages, including sealing the back end of Mahomes’ opening rushing touchdown:

Cam’s Super Bowl ring will look great next to the National Championship one. Plus, he’ll finally get the opportunity for that White House visit he missed out on.

Congratulations to both of these former ’Noles on an incredible accomplishment.

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