By Jamey Vinnick, Cougfan.com: No matter what happens, a Washington State Cougar will be able to call themselves a Super Bowl champion in two weeks.
Indeed, when the Eagles and Chiefs meet on Feb. 12 from State Farm Stadium in Glendale, corner Jaylen Watson will take the field for Kansas City while offensive tackle Andre Dillard and quarterback Gardner Minshew will do so for Philadelphia.
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Another fun note? The Pac-12 school most represented in the Super Bowl will be Washington State. USC technically also has three players, but one is on injured reserve. That means the Cougars will lead the charge with Minshew, Dillard and Watson all expected to be active.
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