Although many of those who tuned in to the Super Bowl on Sunday night were watching for Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts' performance, several other Alabama connections performed in the game.

Philadelphia Eagles

Reed Blankenship, S, Middle Tennessee/West Limestone HS, Lester, Al.: Most of his action came on special teams. He did play some at safety in the second half but was not credited with any stats.

James Bradberry, CB, Samford/Pleasant Grove HS: Started at cornerback and played a solid game. He was credited with five tackles. Bradberry was also part of one of the most controversial calls of the game. He was flagged for holding Kansas City wide receiver Juju Smith-Schuster on a third-down incompletion with 1:54 remaining. The penalty allowed the Chiefs to run the clock down to 11 seconds before Harrison Butker's game-winning field goal.

Landon Dickerson, OG, University of Alabama: Started at left guard and played the entire game. He played with a brace on his right elbow after being injured in the NFC Championship Game. Was a big part of the Eagles' offensive success.

Jack Driscoll, OL, Auburn: Played but did not record any stats.

Jalen Hurts, QB, University of Alabama/University of Oklahoma: He became the first Alabama player to score a Super Bowl touchdown with a first-quarter run. He scored two more rushing touchdowns and passed for another. Before Sunday, he was 19-1 as an NFL starter when his team led at halftime.

Josh Jobe, DB, Alabama: Played but did record any stats.  

Arryn Sipposs, P, Auburn: Punted for a 47.5-yard average on his two punts. He also held for field goal and point after attempts.  

Quez Watkins, WR, Southern Miss/Athens HS:  Caught one pass for eight yards. Narrowly missed hauling in a deep pass in the second half.

Kansas City Chiefs

Kadarius Toney, WR/PR, University of Florida/Blount HS, Mobile: Made a huge second-half impact. Caught a 5-yard touchdown pass that gave the Chiefs a 28-27 lead. Returned a punt 65 yards to set up the touchdown that put the Chiefs ahead 35-27. Overall, had two punt returns for 77 yards. His touchdown reception was his lone catch.

Prince Tega Wanogho, OL, Auburn University: Played but did not record any stats.

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