This year's Super Bowl will feature a heavy dose of Ohio State football.
The Buckeyes will boast more players in the game (5) than any other college program. Urban Meyer dropped a cool graphic on Twitter earlier this week bragging about that fact.
There's been an Ohio State-Michigan storyline in the NFL Playoffs, too. In back-to-back games, former Buckeye cornerback Bradley Roby forced a turnover against a former Michigan player. Roby intercepted Tom Brady in the AFC Championship Game and stripped the ball from former Michigan running back Fitzgerald Toussaint in the AFC Divisional Round.
Today, Roby joined Taylor Rooks of the Big Ten Network to talk about the Denver Broncos' playoff run, his defeating of former Michigan players and the Buckeye-centric Super Bowl.
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— Taylor Rooks (@TaylorRooks)
— Taylor Rooks (@TaylorRooks) January 27, 2016
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College football reporters miss having Roby to interview, but he's clearly still as personable as ever.