Nation's Best Quarterback. The 2005 Davey O'Brien Award was awarded to Texas quarterback Vince Young.
Reception. In 2003, Anquan Boldin became the first NFL rookie to have 100 or more receptions.
Vandals. Through 2006, the longest tenure for an Idaho Vandals coach was J.G. Griffith's around 1900.
Darius Leonard. Darius Leonard played college football for the South Carolina State Bulldogs.
30-27. The Jacksonville Jaguars, along with the Carolina Panthers, joined the NFL as 1995 expansion teams.
Sebastian Janikowski. Sebastian Janikowski was born in Poland where his father was a professional soccer player.
13. Dave Smukler had 8 interceptions in 1938.
17-3-1. Bud Grant won four Grey Cups as coach of the CFL Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
Stephen Gostkowski. Gostkowski played both college football and baseball for the University of Memphis.
Detroit Lions. Jason Hanson played in the NFL for 21 years as a Detroit Lion.
Tony Sparano. On January 16, 2008, Tony Sparano became the eighth head coach in the Miami Dolphins' 42-year history.
Down. In a game on October 13, 1985, the New York Giants achieved 29 first downs by passing.
Walter Payton. Walter Payton did not score a TD in the 46-10 blowout of the Patriots in his only Super Bowl appearance.
Charles Haley. Charles Haley was born in 1964.
Ohio State. Vonn Bell was selected by the Saints in the second round (61st overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft.
Lawrence Taylor. Lawrence Taylor was visibly disturbed when he broke Joe Theisman's leg during a 1985 Monday Night Football game.
Colts. In 2013 the Seahawks had a regular season record of 13-3.
51. Dick Butkus went to the Pro Bowl eight times during the nine seasons that he was in the NFL.
Matt Spaeth. Matt Spaeth attended the University of Minnesota.
Three. In 2005, Neil Rackers became the first NFL player to kick 40 field goals in a season.