Trivia Questions: Week VI

Thought we would try something new this year.
I do love me some trivia, as do several of the writers, so each week, we will present 7 questions, and you can come back next week to get the answers, feel free to post your answers on the facebook comments for this, Enjoy!

Last Weeks Answers!
1.What draft pick was Wayne Gretzky

2.What is Hydrokinesis?Avatar The Last Airbender
Power over Water

3.In Pro Basketball, how tall is the rim? high is the rim?

4.DNA is comprised of how many nucleotides?

5.What year was the first mobile phone introduced?

6. What is the Capital of Sierra Leone?

7. Who was the first Emperor of Rome?


Now for our Super Bowl Special Trivia!

1. Who scored the first TD in Super bowl History?

2. Who televised the first Super bowl?Super Bowl Techmo

3. Has there ever been an offense shut out of the Super Bowl?

4. Has every Super Bowl been a sellout?

5. Who has scored the most points in Super Bowl History?

6. We all know Marv Levy and Bud Grant are 0-4 for the Bills and Vikings, who else has 4 losses in the Super Bowl?

7. OK, just for some people, what teams have never reached the Super Bowl?

Bonus: What teams have never won a Super Bowl

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  1. !) I don’t know but I bet Bart Starr threw it to whoever did.
    2) NBC & CBS?
    3) No
    4) No
    5) Team? Then I think it was San Francisco
    6) Don Shula & Dan Reeves
    7) DNK
    8) DNK

  2. 1. First Super Bowl score was Bart Starr to Max McGee

    2. CBS i think, but I want to say that NBC showed it as well.

    3. There has never been a legit shutout, but the Vikings didnt score an offensive TD in one of their Super Bowls, I want to say against Pittsburgh.

    4. Just guessing No here.

    5. San Francisco against Denver, I think Super Bowl 24 with 55 points.

    6. Don Shula with Miami

    7. Browns, Texans, Jaguars, Lions

    8. Bills, Bengals, Browns, Texans, Jags, Titans/Oilers, Chargers, Vikings, Lions, Cardinals, Panthers, Falcons

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