Thanks to all who email and replied about our Kentucky Wildcats Football Trivia contest. I called upon Corey Price to give me his best trivia questions and in the end, a few of you were able to answer the call and have won a copy of Paul Finebaum’s new book “My Conference Can Beat Your Conference”. I have to admit that a lot of Corey’s questions sent me to the internet myself, so congrats to our winners.
We did get enough perfect answers that it exceeded my copies of the books, so we had to go to the dreaded drawing for prizes. Winners will be notified by email later today (Tuesday), so watch your inbox.
And for those that were stumped, here are the questions and answers:
1) Who is the only UK player to be in the top 10 in career passing yards with a career completion percentage below 50%?
Rick Norton (49.8%)
2) What UK player has the fewest career receiving touchdowns amongst those in the top 10 in career receptions?
Derek Homer (2 receiving touchdowns)
3) What UK quarterback has the most career passing yards without ever having a 300-yard passing game?
4) How many UK graduates have gone on to be the head coach at UK?
5 (J. White Guyn, A. D. Kirwan, Charlie Bradshaw, Jerry Claiborne, Joker Phillips)
5) 3 UK players rushed for at least 450 yards last season (JoJo Kemp, Raymond Sanders, Jalen Whitlow). When was the last time that UK had 3 players rush for at least 450 yards in the same season? And who were the 3 players?
1986 (Ivy Joe Hunter, Marc Logan, Mark Higgs)
6) What two schools has UK defeated the most when they ranked in the AP Poll and how many times?
LSU and Ole Miss (4 times)
7) Who scored the first touchdown by a UK player in a bowl game?
Jim Howe (1947 Great Lakes Bowl)
8) In 1997 and 1998, only two opposing quarterbacks threw for more yards than Tim Couch when they played against each other. Who were they?
Damian Allen, Vanderbilt (1997); Peyton Manning, Tennessee (1997)
9) Who was the first UK player selected in the NFL Draft?
Bert Johnson (1937, 5th round)
10) What UK player has the most career rushing yards without ever having a 100-yard rushing game?
Thanks to all who entered!
Stay tuned to the WBN for more football coverage and more contests throughout the season!