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Bud Grant: Quiz


Question 1: In addition to coaching the Vikings, he was the head coach of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the ________ (CFL) for ten seasons.
2010 CFL season2011 CFL seasonCanadian Football LeagueCanadian Football League West Division

Question 2: Along with being the winningest coach in Vikings history,[1] Grant is third winningest professional football coach, behind ________ and George Halas, with a combined 290 wins in the NFL and CFL.
Don ShulaPete RozelleTerry BradshawJoe Montana

Question 3: He continues to maintain his connections with the Vikings as a consultant for the team and maintains an office at the team's headquarters in ________.
Eden Prairie, MinnesotaPlymouth, MinnesotaMinnetonka, MinnesotaMaple Grove, Minnesota

Question 4: [21] In 2005, he spoke at a Capitol rally in Minnesota for the conservation of wetlands, wetland wildlife, and ________.
EarthWater resourcesWaterOxygen

Question 5: [5] Grant left for ________ in 1953 and became the first professional player to "play out his option" and leave for another team.

Question 6: [5] In 1969, he led the team to its first ________ and their first appearance in the Super Bowl.
Thanksgiving ClassicNational Football LeagueHistory of National Football League ChampionshipNFL on television

Question 7: He has been a spokesperson opposing Native American hunting and fishing treaty rights in ________.
MinnesotaMinneapolis – Saint PaulSaint Paul, MinnesotaNorth Dakota

Question 8: Bud Grant was born on May 20, 1927 in ________ to Harry Peter Sr.
Superior, WisconsinManitowoc, WisconsinLa Crosse, WisconsinDouglas County, Wisconsin

Question 9: Following college, he had a professional playing career for the ________ of the National Basketball Association (NBA), Philadelphia Eagles of the NFL, and Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the CFL.
Los Angeles Lakers2007–08 Los Angeles Lakers season2009–10 Los Angeles Lakers season2008–09 Los Angeles Lakers season

Question 10: The Vikings lost in Super Bowl IV to the ________ champion Kansas City Chiefs.
American Football LeagueNFL on televisionNational Football League Kickoff gameNational Football League


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