5 former Auburn and Alabama players you’ll see in the Big Game this weekend

Alabama
From BDS to the Big Game. (Jacob Blankenship / The Bama Buzz)

Want to see your favorite former Auburn and Alabama athletes on football’s biggest stage? We’ve got the details on who you can keep your eye out for in this weekend’s Big Game on Sunday, February 13.

First up, who’s playing?

If NFL’s not your thing, you might need some details on this weekend’s game. Here’s what you need to know:

  • Who: Cincinnati Bengals vs. Los Angeles Rams
  • What: The NFL championship game
  • Where: SoFi Stadium, located in Inglewood, California
  • When: Sunday, February 13 | 5:30PM central

Only in it for the tailgating & commercials? Don’t worry, those will be top-notch too.

Bonus: the game will have a star-studded half-time show, featuring Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar and more.

Former Tide players

Alabama
Rollin’ into the big game. (Jacob Blankenship / The Bama Buzz)

Saban should be proud, he has four players in this year’s game. And now I’m curious what his game day snack of choice is… I’m a pizza girl myself.

According to Alabama Athletics, the four former Alabama players include:

LA Rams:

  • A’Shawn Robinson, Defensive Lineman
  • Terrell Lewis, Linebacker

Cincinnati Bengals:

  • Jonah Williams, Offensive Lineman
  • Damion Square, Defensive End

Former Auburn players

Former Auburn
Home of the Auburn Tigers. (Nathan Watson / The Bama Buzz)

You’ll see a former Tiger in the game as well.

According to NCAA.com, C.J. Uzomah, a Tight End for the Cincinnati Bengals, is set to take the field.

Other SEC standouts

According to ProU Sports, 33 of the 160 players present came from the SEC. Georgia and LSU take the cake for the highest representation this year. Each team has six players representing them, including the starting quarterbacks.

That’s right, you’ll see 2019 Heisman Trophy winner and Bengals QB, Joe Burrow. Burrow led the LSU team from 2018-19, after starting his college career at Ohio State. Georgia’s former QB Matthew Stafford will lead the Rams.

So, will you be *reluctantly* cheering for LSU or Georgia?

Will you be tuning in? Let us know @TheBamaBuzz.

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