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Former Gators in the Super Bowl for the 10th straight year

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Sunday, January 29, 2012, 11:50 AM ET

The Super Bowl is just one week away.

Yet, this Super Bowl marks the 10th straight year that one college football team has had at least one player play in the game. The Florida Gators have been represented in the biggest game of the year over that time period.

Next week, the New England Patriots and the New York Giants battle for the Championship in Indianapolis. There will be five former Gators playing in this year’s game.

Aaron Hernandez, Brandon Spikes, Gerard Warren, and Jermaine Cunningham will be representing the Patriots. Justin Trattou is the lone member on the New York Giants that attended the University of Florida.

All five former Gators will be making their first appearance in the Super Bowl.

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