Monthly Archives: December 2015

Fastest Super Bowl Score

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What was the fastest score in Super Bowl history?

Trivia Question Answer

In Super Bowl XLVIII (2014) the Seattle Seahawks scored on the first play of the game when the opening snap flew over Peyton Manning’s head and was recovered by Knowshon Moreno for a safety. The play took 12 seconds eclipsing the previous record of 14 seconds when Devin Hester scored for the Chicago Bears on the opening kickoff in Super Bowl XLI in 2007.

First Pro Bowl

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When and where was the first NFL Pro Bowl played?

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The first NFL Pro Bowl was played on January 14, 1951 (for the 1950 season) in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. In that game the American Conference defeated the National Conference 28-27. Prior to that, the first NFL All-Star game was played on January 15, 1939 (for the 1938 season) at Wrigley Field, Los Angeles. In that game the New York Giants defeated the Pro All-Stars 13-10. The first AFC-NFC Pro Bowl was played on January 24, 1971 (for the 1970 season) in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. In that game, the NFC won 27-6.

First Back-to-Back NCAA Men’s Division I Hockey Champions

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What school was the first to win back-to-back NCAA men’s Division I hockey championships?

Trivia Question Answer

Michigan was the first school to win back-to-back and three years in a row NCAA men’s Division I hockey championships in 1951, 1952, and 1953. The went back-to-back again in 1955 and 1956. It was not until 1960 and 1961 that another school, Denver, won back-to-back men’s Division I hockey championships.

First NBA All-Star Game

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When and where was the first NBA All-Star Game played? Who was the MVP? Who was the winning coach?

Trivia Question Answer

The first NBA All-Star Game was played in 1951 in Boston, Massachusetts at the Boston Garden. The East won the game 111-94. The MVP of the game was Ed Macauley of the Boston Celtics. The winning coach was Joe Lapchick, who was the coach of the New York Knicks at the time.

Longest Interception Return for a Touchdown

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What is the NFL record for the longest interception return for a touchdown?

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The NFL record for the longest interception return for a touchdown is 108 yards for a 2008 pick-6 by Baltimore’s Ed Reed of Philadelphia Eagles QB Kevin Kolb. He beat his own previous NFL record of 106 yards for an interception returned for a touchdown.

Most 400+ Yard Games Passing in a Career

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What National Football League (NFL) quarterback has the most games in which he passed for 400 or more yards?

Trivia Question Answer

Peyton Manning (still active) holds the record for the most 400 yard passing games with 17. Drew Brees (still active) and Dan Marino are tied for second with 15.