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September 17, 2008

Weekly Trivia: Time to test yourself

55 stars: You're the Heisman winner
47-54 stars: You're an All-America performer
35-46 stars: You're a first-stringer
20-34 stars: You're a bench-warmer
19 or fewer stars: You're the kicker

Here is our weekly trivia test. Each question is assigned a point value. Two-star questions are worth two points, three-star questions are worth three points, etc. Score high and win fabulous prizes. Well, not really. But you can taunt your friends when your score is higher and, hey, isn't that what truly matters?

  • 1. Two-point conversions are attempted from what yard line? The answer

    2. Philip Rivers led the NFL in passing yards this past weekend. Where did he go to college? The answer

  • 3. Colorado Rockies first baseman Todd Helton is finishing up his 12th season in the majors. He played quarterback for what college? The answer

    4. Mike Rozier won the Heisman 25 years ago. Where did he go to college? The answer

    5. Who preceded Phillip Fulmer as Tennessee's coach? The answer

    6. Florida QB Tim Tebow won the Heisman last season. Who finished second? The answer

    7. San Diego State coach Chuck Long was the Heisman runner-up, to Bo Jackson, in 1985 in the closest vote ever. Where did Long play college ball? The answer

  • 8. Which school has the longest current winning streak, which is at 13 games heading into this weekend? The answer

    9. Which current NFL star holds the NCAA record for most rushing yards in a game? (HINT: It happened in 1999.) The answer

    10. Which current NFL star holds the NCAA record for passing attempts in a game? (HINT: It happened in 1998). The answer

    11. Former Southwest Conference foes Rice and Texas meet Saturday. What was the final football season of the SWC? The answer

  • 12. Which Texas Tech quarterback holds the NCAA record for most passing yards in a season? The answer

    13. Peyton Manning (Tennessee) and Eli Manning (Ole Miss) have quarterbacked the past two Super Bowl champs. Three other SEC alums are Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks. Who are they? The answer

    14. Auburn and LSU, who play Saturday, have the same nickname (Tigers) and are in the same league (SEC). How many other schools nationally share a nickname with a team in their league? The answer

    15. The first Associated Press season-ending poll came out in 1936. Which Big Ten team finished No. 1 that season? The answer

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