Miles Sanders, Chad Henne, Frank Clark and Brett Veach will represent the Big 33 in Super Bowl LVII
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Billy Splain | January 29, 2023
When the Eagles won their playoff game earlier in the day Sunday, former Woodland Hills and Penn State running back Miles Sanders continued the streak of every Super Bowl having a Big 33 Football Classic participant. But he’s not alone. Kansas City Chief players Chad Henne and Frank Clark along with former Mt. Carmel player Brett Veach (General Manager) will represent the Big 33 for the third time.
Miles Sanders, Woodland Hills. Miles electrified the 2016 Big 33 Pennsylvania crowd in 2016. Sanders caught a pass out of the backfield on Pennsylvania’s first play of the game, resulting in a 21-yard touchdown reception. He later added a five-yard touchdown run and a 19-yard scoring scamper. He finished the night with six rushes for 67 yards and three total touchdowns.
Chad Henne, Wilson-West Lawn High School. Chad played in the 2004 game that was won in a thriller by the Ohio team. Henne is a quarterback with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Brett Veach, Mt. Carmel High School. Brett played for PA in the 1997 game won by the PA squad, 21-20. Brett is the General Manager for the Chiefs.
Frank Clark, Glenville OH. Frank played on the 2011 Ohio team that decimated the PA team 50-14. Frank is a defensive end for the Chiefs.
Henne, Veach and Clark are three time representatives. Herb Adderly, Roy Winston, Joe Montana, Jim Ritcher, Mark Kelso, Jim Kelly, Ty Law, Dan Kopek, Frank Reich have PLAYED in four Super Bowls. Reich also coached in Philly’s win in SB 52 so he’s appeared in 5. Russ Grimm has appeared in 6 (4 as a player and 2 as coach, 1 with Steelers and 1 with Cards)
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