Q: Born on this date: The last pitcher to win 20 games four years in a row. Who is he?
A: Dave Stewart (1987-90)
Q: Born on this date: Hall of Fame safety Paul Krause. He had 12 interceptions as a rookie, two short of the NFL rookie record held by whom?
A: Dick “Night Train” Lane (14 for the Rams in 1952)
Q: Duke’s Jalil Okafor logged his tenth double-double last night. Only one freshman has more this season. Who is he?
A: UCLA’s Kevon Looney has 13
Q: Born on this date: Royals Hall of Famer John Mayberry. KC got Big John from Houston. Who were the two players they traded to get him.
A: Lance Clemons and Jim York
Q: Born on this date: Former Chiefs All-Pro guard Brian Waters. He played his first game November 19, 2000 against Buffalo as a back-up to whom?
A: Tim Grunhard
Q: Born on this date: The first manager of the Kansas City Royals. Who is he?
A: Joe Gordon
Q: Born on this date: The first New York Yankee to lead the American League in home runs. Who is he?
A: Wally Pipp (1916-17)
Q: Born on this date: Jim Brown. Who was the only player to beat Brown for a rushing title?
A: Jim Taylor in 1962
Q: Born on this date: The only pitcher to lose 20 games in back-to-back seasons. Who is he?
A: Roger Craig (1962-63)
Q: He has more career NFL rushing yards than any other Notre Dame player. His birthday is today. Who is it?
A: Jerome Bettis
Q: Russell Westbrook’s 41 points are the second-most ever in an NBA All-Star Game. Who holds the record?
A: Wilt Chamberlain (42 in 1962)
Q: Among West Virginia Mountaineers, Jerry West scored the most NBA points. Who is second on that list?
A: Rod Thorn
Q: Born on this date: Larry Nance, the winner of the first NBA Slam Dunk Contest. Who was the first Big 12 player to win one?
A: Desmond Mason of Oklahoma State (2001)
Q: Born on this date: Hall of Famer Bill Russell. What team selected Russell in the NBA Draft?
A: St. Louis Hawks (#2 overall. Russell was traded to Boston for Ed Macauley and Cliff Hagan)
Q: Born on this date: Dieter Brock, who once won a playoff game with just six completions. What starting QB holds the record for fewest completions in a post-season win?
A: Bob Griese (3-for-6 for 34 yards and an interception vs. Oakland in 1973 AFC-C)
Q: Jerry Tarkanian has the seventh-best career winning percentage (.790) in Division I history. Two of the six ahead of him are active: Roy Williams andwho?
A: Mark Few (.809)
Q: Jerry Tarkanian was the second-fastest ever to 700 wins (876 games). Who was the fastest?
A: Adolph Rupp (836 games)
Q: Born on this date: The man with the longest interception return in Chiefs history. Who is he?
A: Gary Barbaro (102 yards vs. Seattle on Dec. 11, 1977)