Jerry Rice. Rice played college football at Mississippi Valley State.
The Chicago Bears. Soldier Field opened in 1924.
Villanova. Howie Long attended Villanova before being drafted by the Raiders in the second round of the 1981 draft.
Senors. The Oakland Senors changed their name to Raiders in 1960.
Gillette Stadium. Gillette Stadium is located in Foxborough, Massachusetts.
1975. The Louisiana Superdome was devastated by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
Joe Auer. Joe Auer rushed for 416 yards in 1966 for the Dolphins.
62-7. In this game Drew Brees threw a total of five touchdown passes.
New York Jets. Currently a season ticket holder for the Jets home games, is a fireman who leads the fans in a cheer of "J--E--T--S - JETS, JETS, JETS".
Nation's Best Defensive Player. The Bronko Nagurski Award, given out since 1993, is named after a Chicago Bears fullback from the 1930's.
Buccaneers. Lovie Smith took the job has head coach for the Illinois Fighting Illini in 2016.
Baltimore Ravens. In 2014, the Steelers won the AFC North division title, but lost to the Ravens in the Wild Card round of the playoffs.
Gayle Sayers. Gayle Sayers streaked through Kansas University with 2,675 yards rushing and 3,917 all-purpose yards.
Florida. Peyton Manning was 0-3 as a starter against the Florida Gators.
Dallas Cowboys. In 1994, the Dallas Cowboys joined San Francisco and Pittsburgh in having four Super Bowl victories.
Best Senior Quarterback. The Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award was first presented in 1997.
Charles. Aaron Charles Rodgers twitter handle is @AaronRodgers12.
San Diego Chargers. The Chargers lost to the 49ers in their lone Super Bowl appearance (XXIX).
Dennis Byrd. Dennis Byrd was emerging as a star defensive lineman in the NFL when he broke his neck during a game.
Jacoby Jones. In 2013 Jones finished third on "Dancing With the Stars".