EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Stanford was well-represented at football’s biggest event and came away with two Super Bowl champions Sunday. Doug Baldwin and Richard Sherman led the Seattle Seahawks to its first title with a 43-8 rout of the Denver Broncos.
Baldwin and Sherman join a group of 37 former Stanford players who have combined for 60 Super Bowl appearances.
Denver's roster included Sione Fua and John Elway is the team's Executive Vice President of Football Operations.
Many others were also on hand at MetLife Stadium working Super Bowl XLVIII in other capacities.
Doug Baldwin - @DougBaldwinJr
Seattle Seahawks - Wide Receiver
• Caught five passes for a team-leading 66 yards and one touchdown
• Highlight: 10-yard touchdown reception
Richard Sherman - @RSherman_25
Seattle Seahawks - Cornerback
• Made three tackles and defended one pass
• Left the game with a right ankle injury
Sione Fua - @sionefua
Denver Broncos - Defensive Tackle
John Elway - @johnelway
Denver Broncos - Executive Vice President of Football Operations
David Shaw - @CoachDavidShaw
Bradford M. Freeman Director of Football
Appeared on NFL Network
Ed McCaffrey - @87ed
Former Denver Broncos wide receiver
Calling the game on the Broncos' radio network
Shayne Skov - @shayneskov11
Stanford senior linebacker
Analyst for ESPN Latin America on their Spanish teleivison broadcast
Vean el súper bowl en ESPN deportes, va ser mi primera ves como analista/comentador en televisión!— Shayne Skov (@ShayneSkov11) February 2, 2014
Coby Fleener - @CobyFleener
Indianapolis Colts - Tight End
Reporting for SI.com/The MMQB