Sports Jeopardy! Recap – November 5, 2014

This is Season 1, Episode 7 of Sports Jeopardy!

You can watch this game on Crackle!

Today’s contestants:

Jason Boykin, a retail logistics specialst from Orange, CA
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Matt Pedicini, a law school recruiter originally from Youngstown, OH
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Kyle Noonan, a middle school teacher from Springfield, MA
kylenoonan

Final Jeopardy! category: FOOTBALL GREATS

Final Jeopardy! clue: A college football award is named for this Heisman winner who in 1950 led the NFL in scoring in his rookie year

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Who is Doak Walker?

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Scores going into Final:
Matt 7,900
Kyle 5,000
Jason 3,750

Final Results:
Jason 3,750 + 3,700 = 7,450
Kyle 5,000 – 4,999 = 1 (Who is Baugh?)
Matt 7,900 + 2,117 = 10,017

Scores after the Jeopardy! round:
Matt 3,500
Jason 2,250
Kyle 2,000

Daily Double locations:
1) WOMEN’S TENNIS STARS 750 (4th pick)
Kyle 500 +1000 (Jason 0 Matt -500)

2) “G” WIZARD 1000 (2nd pick)
Kyle 2500 +1500 (Matt 3500 Jason 2250)
3) A FRENCH CATEGORY 1000 (21st pick; 4000 left on board)
Matt 9000 -1100 (Kyle 2500 Jason 2250)

On the scoreboard:
04 – 06
18 – 96
The first international Olympic Games held in modern history began in Athens, Greece on April 6, 1896.

Game stats:
Matt 9,000 Coryat, 14 correct, 5 incorrect, 35.56% in first on buzzer
Jason 3,750 Coryat, 9 correct, 3 incorrect, 26.67% in first on buzzer
Kyle 4,250 Coryat, 11 correct, 4 incorrect, 17.78% in first on buzzer

Current standings:

  1. Alex DeFrank 22,001 (25,000)
  2. Neeraj Joshi 16,999 (13,500)
  3. Steven Silverman 14,499 (11,250)
  4. Kenny Chung 12,250 (10,750)
  5. Matt Pedicini 10,017 (7,900)
  6. Dan Gartland 10,001 (7,000)
  7. Betsy Schroeder 6,250 (14,250)

(contestant photo credit: sportsjeopardy.com)

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