Oklahoma State alum Emmanuel Ogbah became the 15th former Cowboy to win the Super Bowl on Sunday with the Kansas City Chiefs’ 31-20 victory against the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.
Ogbah, a defensive end, however, did not play in the game since he had season-ending surgery on a torn pectoral muscle in November. He’s the 27th former OSU player to reach a Super Bowl.
Man! Ain’t it a blessing!!!— Emmanuel Ogbah (@EmanOgbah) February 3, 2020
Kansas City acquired Ogbah from the Cleveland Browns via trade this past offseason, and he made an immediate impact. He tallied 5.5 sacks in the first 10 games, which led the Chiefs and tied his career high from when he was a rookie in 2016.
Ogbah is in the final year of his rookie contract worth $1.35 million and will be an unrestricted free agent.
OSU players to win a Super Bowl
Antonio Smith, DE (Broncos) — 2016
Michael Bowie, OL (Seahawks) — 2014
Russell Okung, OL (Seahawks) — 2014
Bill Bajema, TE (Ravens) — 2013
Ryan McBean, DL (Ravens) — 2013
Donovan Woods, LB (Steelers) — 2009
R.W. McQuarters, S (Giants) — 2008
Charlie Johnson, OL (Colts) — 2007
Jack Golden, LB (Buccaneers) — 2003
Keith Burns, LB (Broncos) — 1998
John Washington, DT (Giants) — 1991
Dexter Manley, DE (Redskins) — 1983, 1988
Jon Kolb, C (Steelers) — 1975, ‘76, ‘79, 1980
Walt Garrison, RB (Cowboys) — 1972