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2011 Super Bowl Features 12 Players From Michigan Colleges

Super Bowl XLV between the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers will have a very local feel for the state of Michigan. Between the two teams, there are a total of 12 players that went to college in Michigan involved in Super Bowl 45. That's quite a big number, and the college from Michigan with the most players in this game might surprise you:

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Central Michigan - 4

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Michigan - 3

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Eastern Michigan - 2

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Michigan State - 1

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Western Michigan - 1

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Grand Valley State - 1

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The Steelers have five of the 12 players from Michigan colleges: CMU WR Antonio Brown, EMU QB Charlie Batch, U-M LB Larry Foote, U-M LB LaMarr Woodley and MSU OT Flozell Adams.

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The seven players on the Packers are as follows: CMU DE Cullen Jenkins, CMU LB Frank Zombo, CMU CB Josh Gordy, EMU OT/OG T.J. Lang, GVSU C/OG Nick McDonald, U-M CB Charles Woodson and WMU WR Greg Jennings.