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NFL Quarterbacks' Alma Maters

You're given the names of 3 different NFL quarterbacks. Name the school at which all 3 played football in college.
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College
Bart Starr
Joe Namath
Tua Tagovailoa
Alabama
Bob Waterfield
Billy Kilmer
Troy Aikman
UCLA
Bobby Layne
Vince Young
Colt McCoy
Texas
Charlie Conerly
Archie Manning
Eli Manning
Ole Miss
Daryle Lamonica
Joe Theismann
Joe Montana
Notre Dame
Doug Flutie
Matt Hasselbeck
Matt Ryan
Boston College
Jim Harbaugh
Elvis Grbac
Tom Brady
Michigan
Jim Kelly
Bernie Kosar
Vinnie Testaverde
Miami, FL
Jim McMahon
Steve Young
Ty Detmer
BYU
Joe Kapp
Craig Morton
Aaron Rodgers
California
John Brodie
John Elway
Andrew Luck
Stanford
Johnny Unitas
Teddy Bridgewater
Lamar Jackson
Louisville
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QB #2
QB #3
College
Len Dawson
Bob Griese
Drew Brees
Purdue
Mark Rypien
Drew Bledsoe
Ryan Leaf
Washington St.
Matt Cavanaugh
Dan Marino
Kenny Pickett
Pittsburgh
Norm Van Brocklin
Dan Fouts
Justin Herbert
Oregon
Pat Ryan
Heath Shuler
Peyton Manning
Tennessee
Rodney Peete
Carson Palmer
Mark Sanchez
USC
Roman Gabriel
Philip Rivers
Russell Wilson
N.C. State
Sam Bradford
Baker Mayfield
Jalen Hurts
Oklahoma
Steve Spurrier
Rex Grossman
Tim Tebow
Florida
Warren Moon
Chris Chandler
Mark Brunell
Washington
Y.A. Tittle
Bert Jones
Joe Burrow
LSU
Zeke Bratkowski
Fran Tarkenton
Matthew Stafford
Georgia
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Oct 25, 2022
Russell Wilson graduated from and was drafted out of Wisconsin
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Oct 25, 2022
He was drafted out of Wisconsin, but he graduated from N.C.State in May 2010. Prior to transferring to Wisconsin for the 2011 season, he threw for 8,545 yards and 76 TDs in 3 seasons at N.C. State. After pursuing a possible career with the Colorado Rockies in early 2011, N.C. State granted Wilson a release from his scholarship with 1 year of eligibility remaining. He subsequently committed to Wisconsin for his final year.