Gold Rush Girls. The 49ers cheerleaders, "The Gold Rush Girls", are named for the great San Francisco gold rush of 1849.
Fifteen. In the NFL, taunting, helmet removal and striking an official all carry a fifteen yard penalty.
Mitchell Trubisky. Mitchell Trubisky threw 7 touchdowns and 7 interceptions in his first NFL season.
Philadelphia Eagles. In 2013 Chip Kelly guided the Eagles to the playoffs in his first season as head coach.
Miami, FL. Vinny Testaverde has played for Tampa Bay, Cleveland, Baltimore, New York Jets, and Dallas and has completed 3691 of 6526 pass attempts for 45252 yards and 269 TDs.
Adam "Pacman" Jones. Pacman Jones's first pro touchdown was a 52-yard punt return against the Houston Texans.
Golden Bears. The California Golden Bears won national titles in both Rugby and men's crew in 2006.
12 points. In Super Bowl LII, the Eagles started the fourth quarter scoring with a field goal to bring the score to 32Ð26.
St. Louis Rams. The St. Louis Rams beat the Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV in front of a crowd of 72,625.
Joe Namath. Joe Namath guaranteed that his Jets would upset the COLTS and Johnny Unitas in Super Bowl III.
$206 Million. The Carolina Panthers beat the defending Super Bowl Champion San Francisco 49ers in their first year.
Gladys Knight. Atlanta's Chloe x Halle performed "America the Beautiful" at the Super Bowl in 2019.
12 Years. The 1990 Raiders featured Bo Jackson and were 12-4.
Jay Schroeder. Jay Schroeder's career-high was a 420-yard passing effort against the Giants on October 27, 1986.
Antonio Cromartie. The last team Antonio Cromartie played for was the Indianapolis Colts.
I-AA Coach Of The Year. Eddie Robinson is college football's all-time winningest coach and retired after 53 years of coaching following the 1997 season.
Mark Carrier. Mark Carrier's first 1,000-yard season was with Tampa Bay in 1989.
Fifteen-Yard Penalty. A fifteen-yard penalty may be given in football for pass interference or clipping.
Don Smith. Don Smith got the first TD vs. the Giants in Super Bowl XXV.
Virginia Tech. Both Michael Vick and his brother Marcus Vick were starting quarterbacks for Virginia Tech.