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LeSean McCoy, K’Waun Williams to Represent Pitt in Super Bowl



Running back LeSean McCoy and cornerback K’Waun Williams will represent Pitt in Super Bowl LIV, the sixth consecutive season the Panthers will be represented on Super Bowl Sunday.

McCoy’s Kansas City Chiefs advanced over the Tennessee Titans with a 35-24 victory in the AFC Championship game on Sunday.

Williams and the San Francisco 49ers dominated the Green Bay Packers, 27-0XX in the NFC Championship game Sunday night.

Pitt will be represented on pro football’s biggest stage for the sixth consecutive season, and with McCoy and Williams slated to face off against one another, a Pitt player will win the Super Bowl for the first time since 2017.

Aaron Donald (Los Angeles Rams), Nicholas Grigsby, Dion Lewis, Jabaal Sheard, Darrell Revis (New England Patriots) and Chas Alexcih (Carolina Panthers) have represented Pitt in the Super Bowl as part of the Panthers’ current streak, which dates back to 2015.

This year’s game will be played at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday, Feb. 2 and broadcast on Fox.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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2 years ago

Well at least one Buffalo Bill (or in this case, ex-Bill) will be going to the Super Bowl.

George Davison
George Davison
2 years ago
Reply to  Pittband

The Bills have gone to the Super Bowl 4 times before. What point were you trying to make? I think I know it. You’re incompetent.

Mike Madigan
Mike Madigan
2 years ago

You forgot Henry Hynoski but I am not sure of his year

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