Thursday, February 11, 2016

Non-BCS Super Bowl MVPs

Non-BCS Super Bowl MVPs

Non-BCS Super Bowl MVPs

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Delaware´s Joe Flacco becomes the first Super Bowl Most Valuable Player to come out of a non-BCS college since Kurt Warner. (Dave Martin/AP file photo)
Delaware's Joe Flacco becomes the first Super Bowl Most Valuable Player to come out of a non-BCS college since Kurt Warner. (Dave Martin/AP file photo)

Delaware's Joe Flacco becomes the 10th Super Bowl Most Valuable Player to come out of a non-BCS college:

 SUPER BOWL MVPs from NON-BCS SCHOOLS
 Year(s)  MVP  Pos.    Team  College
 1972  Roger Staubach    QB  Cowboys  Navy
 1978  Harvey Martin  DE  Cowboys  Texas A&M-Commerce  
 1979-80    Terry Bradshaw  QB  Steelers  Louisiana Tech
 1986  Richard Dent  DE  Bears  Tennessee St.
 1987  Phil Simms  QB  Giants  Morehead St.
 1988  Doug Williams  QB  Redskins    Grambling St.
 1989  Jerry Rice  WR  49ers  Mississippi Valley St.
 1995  Steve Young  QB  49ers  Brigham Young
 2000  Kurt Warner  QB  Rams  Northern Iowa
 2013  Joe Flacco  QB  Ravens  Delaware
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