The NCAA has looked through every opening-day NFL roster and tallied up every player's alma mater. It is no surprise that power schools have produced more NFL players than other schools.
LSU leads all college programs with 44 former players currently playing on Sundays, while Alabama (42), Florida State (41) and Ohio State (39) round out the top four.
Alabama, Ohio State and Florida State are especially unsurprising, considering they've won the last three National Championships.
The Buckeyes had five players get drafted in the first round last spring while FSU and 'Bama had one each.
LSU fans might be frustrated to learn that they lead those schools in NFL players because, although the Tigers have churned out the likes of Odell Beckham Jr. and Tyrann Mathieu, they haven't come close to matching the success of the other top four college programs. LSU hasn't beaten the Crimson Tide since 2011 and has lost to Notre Dame and Clemson in bowl games since.
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