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College football

Jan 14, 2015

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  • 1.

2. Rules

  • 20 Questions with 2 Rounds
    • The First Round Questions are worth 1 Point Each
    • The Second Round Questions are worth 2 Points
  • One Halftime Question: Worth 5 Points
  • One Final Question: Wager up to 10 Points

3. Rules

  • Grab some paper and a pen from the bar for your team and turn in your teams answer into the bucket on the bar
  • Choose a team name. Right your team name on EACH answer you turn in.If theres no team name, you get no points.

4. Rules

  • I will read the question then play a song.You will have until the end of the song to get your answers into the bucket.If your team doesnt have a response when I collect them, sorry, your team is too slow and you get no points.
  • Spelling does NOT count
  • NO cell phones, computers, iTouches, etc.

5.

  • ROUND 1

6. Question 1

  • What is San Diego States nickname?

7. Answer

  • The Aztecs

8. Question 2

  • This team won the 2005 NCAA Football Championship, led by head coach Mack Brown.

9. Answer

  • University of Texas Longhorns

10. Question 3

  • True or False: There has been at least one player to win the Heisman Trophy more than once.

11. Answer

  • True, Ohio State running back Archie Griffin in 1974 and 1975

12. Question 4

  • The 2003 National Championship for college football was shared between the USC Trojans and which team from the SEC?

13. Answer

  • LSU

14. Question 5

  • What is the longest winning streak in college football history?

15. Answer

  • 47 games, set by the Oklahoma Sooners between 1954 and 1957

16. Question 6

  • What two teams play in the Red River Rivalry (also known as the Red River Shootout)?

17. Answer

  • University of Texas Longhorns and the University of Oklahoma Sooners

18. Question 7

  • True or False: In the 1940s, college bowl games included the Raisin Bowl, the SaladBowl, the Oil Bowl, and the Refrigerator Bowl.

19. Answer

  • True

20. Question 8

  • Who is the model for the Heisman Trophy?

21. Answer

  • Ed Smith

22. Question 9

  • What school won the first football Atlantic Coast Confrence (ACC) Championship Game?

23. Answer

  • Florida State (against Virginia Tech, 27-22)

24. HALFTIME QUESTION

  • Where is the College Football Hall of Fame located?

25. Answer

  • South Bend, Indiana

26. Question 11

  • What was notable about Yales undefeated season in 1888?

27. Answer

  • No team ever scored on them

28. Question 12

  • True of False: in 1906, President Roosevelt threatened to ban college football due to its increasing violence.

29. Answer

  • True

30. Question 13

  • Who was the very first college football game played between?

31. Answer

  • Princeton and Rutgers

32. Question 14

  • What team has won more college football games than any other team?

33. Answer

  • The University of Michigan; they have won 842 games

34. Question 15

  • Which player holds the record for most yards rushing in a single college football game?

35. Answer

  • LaDainian Tomlinson, who rushed for 406 yards in a single game while playing for TCU in 1999

36. Question 16

  • What team suffered the worst defeat in terms of points over another team in college football history?

37. Answer

  • Cumberland University, in a loss to Georgia Tech 222-0

38. Question 17

  • Which of the following is the oldest Bowl game in college football?
  • A) Gator Bowl B) Rose Bowl
  • C) Sugar Bowl D) Orange Bowl

39. Answer

  • B, Rose Bowl

40. Question 18

  • Within 2, how many Conference Championships have the Clemson Tigers won?

41. Answer

  • 18

42. Question 19

  • This team won the 1994 NCAA Division I-A National Football Championship. Their team motto is, Not the victory, but the action. Not the goal, but the game. In the deed, the glory.

43. Answer

  • The Nebraska Cornhuskers

44. FINAL QUESTION

  • Name two of the four college football stadiums that hold more than 100,000 fans.

45. Answer

  • Penn StatesBeaver Stadium
  • The University of TennessesNeyland Stadium
  • The University of MichigansMichigan Stadium
  • Ohio StatesOhio Stadium