CHICAGO - There is a trivia question that might stump some people: Who scored the first touchdown of Super Bowl XX?
Jim McMahon? No. Willie Gault? Try again. Walter Payton or WIlliam Perry or Dennis McKinnon? Not them.
It was the man used to doing the little things on offense. He had his moments rushing but was better known for his blocking for the Hall of Famer with whom he shared a backfield and a close friendship.
That was Matt Suhey, who took a pitch and rushed into the endzone from 11-yards out to give the Bears a 13-3 lead. It's one of the many memories which Bears have from the 46-10 thrashing of the Patriots at the Superdome in New Orleans.
Suhey's touchdown run is one of the many things that people are talking about this week as the 1985 Bears celebrate the 30th anniversary of their Super Bowl championship.
Before the official celebrating begins, Suhey came on Sports Feed to discuss that game and the entire 1985 season with Jarrett Payton and Josh Frydman. He not only discussed the wins but also the close relationship he had with Walter through the years.
To watch Matt's segments on the show, click on the video above and below.