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    NCCU head coach Jerry Mack talks about how his team will face Howard freshman quarterback Caylin Newton in their upcoming game on Saturday, Oct. 7. Pictured here, Cam Newton, in center, with his family members Jackie (mother), on right, younger brother Caylin on left, serve a traditional Thanksgiving meal to youngsters during Cam Newton Foundation's "Cam's Thanksgiving Jam." The panthers quarterback along with members of his family and more than 50 volunteers served up a traditional Thanksgiving meal for 800 underprivileged kids held at The Fillmore on Nov. 23, 2015.

NCCU head coach Jerry Mack talks about how his team will face Howard freshman quarterback Caylin Newton in their upcoming game on Saturday, Oct. 7. Pictured here, Cam Newton, in center, with his family members Jackie (mother), on right, younger brother Caylin on left, serve a traditional Thanksgiving meal to youngsters during Cam Newton Foundation's "Cam's Thanksgiving Jam." The panthers quarterback along with members of his family and more than 50 volunteers served up a traditional Thanksgiving meal for 800 underprivileged kids held at The Fillmore on Nov. 23, 2015. Jonas Pope jpope@heralduns.com
NCCU head coach Jerry Mack talks about how his team will face Howard freshman quarterback Caylin Newton in their upcoming game on Saturday, Oct. 7. Pictured here, Cam Newton, in center, with his family members Jackie (mother), on right, younger brother Caylin on left, serve a traditional Thanksgiving meal to youngsters during Cam Newton Foundation's "Cam's Thanksgiving Jam." The panthers quarterback along with members of his family and more than 50 volunteers served up a traditional Thanksgiving meal for 800 underprivileged kids held at The Fillmore on Nov. 23, 2015. Jonas Pope jpope@heralduns.com

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