College football programs with the most Super Bowl 57 representation? It's Florida and Oklahoma.

With 155 players representing 88 schools, this season's Super Bowl rosters go from Alabama to Wisconsin ,

with pit stops at North Carolina A&T, Weber State, Colorado and other programs off college football's beaten path.

That could leave viewers with no rooting interest between the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs with something –

 or someone, more exactly – to cheer for when the two teams meet on Feb. 12 in Glendale, Arizona.

For example, Texas Tech fans can pull hard for the Eagles and second-year cornerback,

 and special teams standout Zech McPhearson. The fan base could also root for Kansas City and quarterback Patrick Mahomes, I guess.

Georgia and LSU have placed at least one player in the Super Bowl for 22 years and counting,

the longest active streaks in college football.

 The Tigers' lone representative is Kansas City running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire,

who has been on injured reserve since November. Historically,

the longest streak belongs to Nebraska, which had at least one former player in 26 consecutive Super Bowls from 1993-2019.