Ken Stabler was the starting quarterback with the Oakland Raiders in Super Bowl XI and was a quarterback who split time with Steve Sloan at the University of Alabama in 1965 when they won the national championship.
Joe Namath (Alabama 1964/ Super Bowl III)
Joe Montana (Notra Dame 1977/ Super Bowl XVI, XIX, XXIII, XXIV)
Troy Aikman (Oklahoma Sooners 1985- Started first 4 games but was lost for the season in the 4th game but OU went on to be NCAA Champs../Super Bowl XXVII,XXVIII,XXX)
Three: Joe Namath Ken Stabler Joe Montana
Three: Joe Namath Ken Stabler Joe Montana
I know Joe Namath did. He won it a Beaver Falls High School, Then at Alabama, then New York
Only 2 head coaches have won a Super Bowl, and an NCAA championship. Jimmy Johnson won an NCAA championship with the University of Miami in 1987 and Super Bowls XXVII and XXVIII with the Dallas Cowboys. Barry Switzer won NCAA championships with the University of Oklahoma in 1974-1975 and 1985 and went on to win a super bowl with the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl XXX. Paul Brown won NCAA championship and NFL championships as well, but there was not a super bowl yet.
Peyton Manning lost Super Bowl XLIV, and at Tennessee, ranked #3 at the end of the year, lost the 97 Sugar Bowl to Nebraska who were co-national champions with Michigan.
The Oklahoma Sooners are an NCAA football team, they don't play in the Super Bowl. The last time they won an NCAA National Championship was the 2000-2001 season.
Rocky Blier, Rickey Watters, Tony Dorsett.......
Tony Dorsett, 1976 Heisman and NCAA championship and Superbowl XII; and Charles Woodson, 1997 Heisman and NCAA championship and Superbowl XLV.
Joe Montana Ricky Waters Charles Woodson
Tony Dorsett has ONE Super Bowl ring. From Super Bowl XII. Tony Dorsett became the first football player in history to win an NCAA National Championship one year (with the University of Pittsburgh Panthers) and a Super Bowl the next.
The Super Bowl.
Through Super Bowl XLII: 1) Terry Bradshaw, QB of the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowls IX, X, XIII, and XIV, went to Louisiana Tech which now is a Division 1-A school but at the time he played there was in the NCAA College Division. 2) Ron Jaworski, QB of the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl XV, went to Youngstown State which was an NCAA College Division school. 3) Ken Anderson, QB of the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl XVI, went to Augustana College which was an NCAA College Division school.
Alabama has 12 national championships, and 53 bowl appearances, both NCAA records.
emmit smith Sorry. Emmitt Smith never won a Heisman Trophy.
Tony Dorsett and Marcus Allen were the only two to have accomplished this feat until 2010. Tony Dorsett from the University of Pittsburgh won the Heisman Trophy in 1976, Pitt won the NCAA championship in 1976, and Dorsett was a member of the Dallas Cowboys that won Super Bowl XII. Marcus Allen, who attended the University of Southern California, won the Heisman Trophy in 1981, was on the USC team that won the 1978 NCAA championship, and he was a member of the Los Angeles Raiders that won Super Bowl XVIII in 1984. With the victory of the New Orleans Saints in Super Bowl LXIV, Reggie Bush became the third player to win a Super Bowl, a Heisman Trophy and a National Championship. He won the Super Bowl with the New Orleans Saints in 2010, a Heisman Trophy at USC in 2005 and two National Championships at USC in 2004 & 2003, though one was later vacated. He also won a high school championship. And now add Charles Woodson in 2011. Heisman and national championship with Michigan and a Super Bowl ring with Green Bay.
In NCAA division 2 there is a playoff that culminates in a championship game. Imagine that.
Dallas Texas - Cotton Bowl
Rose Bowl Pasadena California January 7 2010
Traditionally, NCAA college teams hold post-season "Bowl" games by invitation. The games between the top professional teams was nicknamed the Super Bowl in 1969.The "Super Bowl" name was applied retroactively to the first two AFL-NFL World Championship games, played between the two leagues in 1967 and 1968. There were two more world championships prior to the merger of leagues for the 1970 season.So the first true "Super Bowl" was Super Bowl III in 1969. Beginning in 1971, it became the official title for the NFL Championship Game between the champions of the American and National Conference champions.
Bob Greise (now an NCAA announcer)
Alabama 34-13 over Miami in the Sugar Bowl
On/about Thursday, January 7th, 2010 in the Rose Bowl, in Pasadena,Ca
It became a ncaa championship in 1939.