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The Naming of a Star

To understand why Star Lotulelei Jr. has such a distinctive first name, it’s best to ask Star Sr. We stopped in a Salt Lake City suburb to visit with the Panthers tackle’s parents, who told with pride the story of their son’s journey from Tonga to a Utah furniture store to the NFL’s biggest game

Super Bowl Picks Across America

As The MMQB crossed the country on our #SB50RoadTrip, we asked people along the way to predict Super Bowl 50. Here’s how the big game will play out, according to waitresses, state troopers, hotel desk clerks, college football players and a few Pro Football Hall of Famers

The Wisdom of Forrest Gregg

We caught up with the Hall of Famer at his Colorado Springs home and reminisced about his playing days in Green Bay and Dallas, his coaching tenure in Cincy and how he survived both the Ice Bowl and Freezer Bowl

Cam Newton: Son of Blinn

A lost 20-year-old quarterback arrived at a small Texas junior college in 2009 and a future NFL superstar left a year later. We visited the Brenham campus to find out how washing jerseys, mooing cows and painting bleachers transformed Cam Newton into the football player he is today

Angry Tweets with Mike Jones

Rams linebacker Mike Jones stopped Titans receiver Kevin Dyson one-yard short of the goal line in Super Bowl XXXIV. Jones, a hero in St. Louis, reads mean tweets from Titans fans who think of him in a different way 

In Chicago, It’s Forever 1985

Three decades after the Bears stamped their mark on history and brought home Chicago’s only Lombardi Trophy, the city remains obsessed with the team and its characters—and nobody seems in much hurry to move on

Dancing With a Star

While in Cincy, The MMQB’s Super Bowl 50 Road Trip checked in with former Bengal Ickey Woods to learn the iconic Ickey Shuffle

Ickey Woods Is Still Shuffling

The former Bengals star on how his famous touchdown dance came to be, the odd jobs he’s been working, his thoughts on the negativity surrounding Cam Newton’s celebrations and his charity work after the tragic loss of his son

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