When Super Bowl LVI came to an end on Sunday night, 12 former B1G players were crowned champions.

The Los Angeles Rams defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20, thanks to a game-winning 1-yard touchdown pass from Matthew Stafford to Cooper Kupp with 1:25 to play. It was an incredibly entertaining end to one of the most enjoyable NFL postseasons in memory.

A total of 12 former B1G players on the active roster and injured reserve list were on the roster for the Rams, claiming a Super Bowl ring. That doesn’t include ex-Northwestern wide receiver Bennett Skowronek, who finished his college career at Notre Dame.

Here are the 12 players who attended B1G schools that were Super Bowl LVI winners:

Brian Allen, OL — Michigan State

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David Edwards, OL — Wisconsin

Jake Funk, RB — Maryland

Jake Gervase, S — Iowa

Grant Haley, DB — Penn State

Rob Havenstein, OL — Wisconsin

Brycen Hopkins, TE — Purdue

AJ Jackson, OL — Iowa

Sebastian Joseph-Day — Rutgers

David Long Jr., CB — Michigan

Nick Scott, S — Penn State

Jordan Fuller, S — Ohio State