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Question 1: In ________, for instance, Canadian Interuniversity Sport rules ban all entrance scholarships for athletics, and athletes can only get funding once they enter their second year of school.
United StatesUnited KingdomBarbadosCanada

Question 2: [citation needed] The term is based on the word jock, a mildly derisive American slang term that plays on the ________ of the "dumb athlete".
AntisemitismStereotypeRacismEthnic cleansing

Question 3: In 1973, the NCAA split its membership into three divisions: ________, Division II, and Division III.
Welsh Football League Division TwoDivision 1Druga Liga Federacije Bosne i HercegovineDivision 1 Södra

Question 4: Athletic scholarships are common in the ________, but in many countries they are rare or non-existent.
United StatesPhilippinesCanadaAlaska

Question 5: This also may be one reason that two schools in the ________ area have attempted to petition to enter the NCAA in recent years.
CoquitlamVancouverChinatown, VancouverBritish Columbia

Question 6: An athletic scholarship is a form of scholarship to attend a ________ or university awarded to an individual based predominantly on his or her ability to play in a sport.
Gymnasium (school)Middle schoolCollegePublic school (government funded)

Question 7: Postseason system: FBS uses postseason ________, while FCS uses a single elimination playoff, expanding from 16 to 20 teams in 2010.
Bowl game2007–08 NCAA football bowl games2005–06 NCAA football bowl games2006–07 NCAA football bowl games

Question 8: An example is the ________, which is part of Division I FCS.
Rutgers UniversityHarvard UniversityIvy LeagueHarvard Crimson

Question 9: ________, which is home to many of Canada's largest universities, has even stricter rules.
British ColumbiaQuebecOntarioManitoba


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