Sports Trivia Game (2)
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What NFL team was named after its head coach?
Term for the quarterback throwing the ball out of bounds or into the ground to avoid throwing a bad pass.
Term for a professional athlete who may sign with any team he or she chooses.
This baseball team holds the major league record for the greatest number of losses in a single season.
This is a football term for contacting an opposing player before the snap.
She was the first tennis player to win all four Grand Slam titles at least four times each.
He retired as the NFL's all-time career rushing leader in 1988.
The French fencing term “touche” literally translates to this.
In football, it's blocking an opponent from behind, typically at leg level.
What was the first team sport played at the first modern olympics in 1900?
“Kung fu” means this in Chinese.
What NBA team used to be known as the “Bullets?”
This athletic competition combines events in crosscountry skiing and rifle shooting.
Michael Jordan won six championships during the 1990s with this NBA basketball team.
This baseball legend was banned from the game in 1989 for life for involvement with gamblers.
The acronym “NCAA” stands for this.
This sister-in-law of Jackie Joyner Kersee won a world record in the Olympic 100-meter track and field event.
The movie “Raging Bull” was the story of this boxer's life.
This football team was founded in 1919 by Curly Lambeau.
Who was the first rookie in National Hockey League history to win the All-Star MVP trophy?
It's a tied score in tennis in which each player has 40 points.
This team has lost the most Super Bowls.
This American cyclist won the Tour de France five years in a row after recovering from cancer.
In this type of race, the skier goes in and out of poles (gates) planted in the snow.