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Bobby Petrino: Quiz

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Question 1: For his lack of success in his 13 games with the Falcons, Petrino was featured at #1 in the ________ program NFL Top 10 under the topic "Coaches Who Belonged in College".
NFL NetworkMLB Extra InningsFootball NetworkNFL Sunday Ticket

Question 2: He previously served a majority of the 2007 season as head coach of the ________ and four seasons at the University of Louisville.
Atlanta Falcons2008 Atlanta Falcons seasonNFC South2010 Atlanta Falcons season

Question 3: Southeastern Conference  • ________  • Athletic Director  • Lady 'backs  • Football (2009coach)  • Basketball (2009–10coach)  • Baseball (2010coach)  • Marching Band  • Donald W.

Question 4: Petrino became a full-time assistant in the ________ ranks as wide receivers and tight ends coach at Weber State in 1987.
Druga Liga Federacije Bosne i HercegovineDivision 1 SödraWelsh Football League Division TwoDivision 1

Question 5: Despite declaring his intentions to return in 2008 for his second year as coach of the Atlanta Falcons,[6] Petrino resigned his position in Atlanta to succeed ________ as the Arkansas Razorbacks head coach.
Dan Hawkins (American football)Houston NuttBronco StadiumChris Petersen

Question 6: In 2002, Petrino returned to the college ranks, replacing Noel Mazzone as offensive coordinator under ________ at Auburn, whose offense significantly improved that season.
Texas Tech Red Raiders footballNick SabanTommy TubervilleBob Stoops

Question 7: On December 11, 2007, Petrino resigned as head coach of Atlanta Falcons and took the head coaching position at the ________.
University of ArkansasTusk (mascot)Donald W. Reynolds Razorback StadiumArkansas Lady Razorbacks

Question 8: Petrino's first stint in the NFL was 1999-2001, as he spent two seasons as the quarterbacks coach and a third as offensive coordinator with the ________.
Miami HeatMiami DolphinsJacksonville JaguarsTampa Bay Buccaneers

Question 9: While at Carroll College he played ________ and he began his coaching career there as a graduate assistant during the 1983 season.
Center (American football)Defensive tacklePunter (football)Quarterback

Question 10: The next year he began a three-year stint as offensive coordinator at Utah State under ________.
Chris TormeyDennis EricksonRobb AkeyJohn L. Smith







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