Has to be two people. Not just one person.
Tony Dungy and someone else...let me think about that one for a while...
John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio:
--- Head Coach Don Shula of the Miami Dolphins who won Super Bowl VII and VIII.
--- Linebacker London Fletcher of the St. Louis Rams who won Super Bowl XXXIV.
Everybody knows about Coach Shula. As for London Fletcher, he was undrafted and ended up having a superlative career. He never missed a game in his career, being one of only five players in NFL history to play in over 250 consecutive games and holding the record for consecutive starts at the linebacker position. He finished his career with 215 consecutive games started.
Bill Walsh was an asst at Cal.
DD fav QB played at Cal .
Great job so far.
Plenty more !
There are even three baggers still available.
San Diego State University. Joe Gibbs played and was an assistant coach. John Madden was an assistant there also, and I think maybe Ernie Zampese? Marshall Faulk later played and won a SB with the Rams. There are certainly other players from SDSU who have won Super Bowls, but that's all I can think of without research.
Arkansas. Jimmy Johnson as both a player and later a defensive coordinator there.
Jason Peters played at Arkansas as primarily a tight end and evolved as a future HOF LT with the Bills, Eagles, and the Cowboys.
Lance Alworth played at Arkansas and won a 1963 AFL Championship with the Chargers and Super Bowl VI with the Cowboys.
85 Bears anyone ?
They have at least two good ones.
Ditka Cowboys & Bears....
I'm at a loss with this topic....maybe I'm just over-thinking....
Buddy Ryan ???
Coach Mike Ditka - Pitt
SB winning players - Jim Covert, Tony Dorsett, Russ Grimm, Rickey Jackson, and Tony Dorsett
Purdue - Hank Stram, Len Dawson, Bob Griese, and Rod Woodson
University of Minnesota, Tony Dungy and Bobby Bell
Stanford. Bill Walsh and John Elway, John Lynch etc..
University of Texas
Bobby Layne QB, 3x NFL Champion (okay, technically pre-SB era, but check out his record. The man was impressive!)
Tom Landry... 'nuff said.