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November 4, 2017

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Trivia Leaderboard (top ten plus ties):
81  Rod Boane, Peter Fasullo, Mike Ross, Bryant Wilkinson
80  Betty Bixby, Sallie Schwall, John Wolda
79  Bob Reinhold
78  Bev Schorre
76  Clarke Anderson

November 3, 2017

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Trivia Answer:
Rice wide receiver Aaron Cephus shares the NCAA lead for pass receptions of 50 yards or longer with 5, including 3 in the last 2 games.  See Rice vs. UAB game notes here.

Way to go Clarke Anderson, Ted Richard, John Wolda, Hal Gosnell, Rick Sheridan, Bryan Domning, Bob Reinhold, Kyle Frazier, Rod Boane, Betty Bixby, Mike Ross, Richard Avant, Bryant Wilkinson, Bev Schorre, Peter Fasullo and Sallie Schwall! 

Trivia Leaderboard tomorrow and next trivia question next Tuesday!

November 2, 2017

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Trivia Question:
Name the Rice receiver with 3 pass receptions of 50 yards or longer in the last two games.  Email your answer here.

November 1, 2017

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Trivia Answer:
Sean Jones, the father of Rice Basketball player Dylan Jones, won Super Bowl XXXI with Green Bay on January 26, 1997.  And click here for the Rice release entitled “Getting to Know Dylan Jones”.

Way to go, Jimmy Disch, Peter Fasullo, John Wolda, Bob Reinhold, Rod Boane, Betty Bixby, Mike Ross, Sallie Schwall, Bryant Wilkinson and Clarke Anderson!

Next trivia question tomorrow!

October 31, 2017

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Trivia Question:
Name the member of the Rice Basketball team whose father won a Super Bowl ring with Green Bay.  Email your answer here.  

October 28, 2017

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Trivia Leaderboard (top ten plus ties):
79  Rod Boane, Peter Fasullo, Mike Ross, Bryant Wilkinson
78  Betty Bixby, Sallie Schwall, John Wolda
77  Bob Reinhold, Bev Schorre
74  Clarke Anderson

October 27, 2017

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Trivia Answer:
Andy Pettitte, the father of Rice baseball player Josh Pettitte,  is the all-time MLB postseason pitching leader in wins (19).  Also, he played for Coach Graham at San Jacinto College in 1991. 

Way to go, John Wolda, Bev Schorre, Bryant Wilkinson, Mike Ross, David Eldredge, Rick Sheridan, Sallie Schwall, Jimmy Disch, Ted Richard, Bob Toone, Art Gottschalk, Clarke Anderson, Martha Proctor Gano, Sam Houston, George Wagner, Steve Brown, Horst Paul, Betty Bixby, Peter Fasullo, Ben Mayberry, Steve Gilliland, Rod Boane, Kirwin Drouet, Bob Reinhold, Kathy Duplessis and Richard Avant!  

Trivia Leaderboard tomorrow and next trivia question next Tuesday!

 

October 26, 2017

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Trivia Question:
Who is the all-time MLB postseason pitching leader in wins?  Email your answer here.

October 25, 2017

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Guest Trivia Answer:
The Houston Astros are the first team in modern-day MLB history to win pennants in both the American (2017) and the National (2005) Leagues.  Last night, the Astros began the World Series against the Dodgers (Tony Cingrani).

Way to go, John Wolda, Bryant Wilkinson, Ted Richard, Jimmy Disch, Bev Schorre, Art Gottschalk, Elizabeth Gillis, Richard Zansitis, Jeff Ross, Mark Scheevel, Rick Sheridan, Kathleen Boyd, Sallie Schwall, Scott Hochberg, Jim Woodruff, Harvin Moore, Clarke Anderson, Dick Fuqua, John Montana, Kirkwood Johnston, Peter Fasullo, Guy Rollins, Jeff Farney, Ben Mayberry, Carl Isgren, Matt Gorges, Betty Bixby, Kyle Frazier, Greg Williams, Bob Reinhold, Larry Nettles, Rod Boane, Carolyn Brewer, Kirwin Drouet, Steve Gilliland, Bob Toone, Terry Wolfe, Russell Henderson, Frank Jones, Arthur Bell, Jill Clausen, Mike Ross, Richard Avant and Horst Paul!

Next trivia question tomorrow!

October 24, 2017

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Guest Trivia Question:
Name the first team in modern-day MLB history to win pennants in both the American League and the National League.  Email your answer here.
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