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Question 1: [2] Paul Hornung sold his Heisman for $250,000 to endow student scholarships for University of Notre Dame students from his hometown of ________.
Shively, KentuckyLouisville, KentuckyJeffersontown, KentuckySt. Matthews, Kentucky

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Question 3: Because of damage to the Downtown Athletic Club's facilities following 9/11, the award ceremony was moved to the New York Marriott Marquis in ________.
Times SquareBroadway (New York City)Sutton Place, ManhattanBowery

Question 4:
Where does Heisman Trophy come from?

Question 5: The first winner, Jay Berwanger, was drafted by the ________ but declined to sign for them.
Chuck BednarikPhiladelphia EaglesDonovan McNabb2010 Philadelphia Eagles season

Question 6: The player who received the most votes and won by the widest margin was ________ of USC in 1968.
National Football LeagueO. J. SimpsonAmerican Football LeaguePro Bowl

Question 7: In 1966, former Florida player ________ relinquished his Heisman trophy to the university president Dr.
Jack YoungbloodVinny TestaverdeDanny WuerffelSteve Spurrier

Question 8: The defensive end Hugh Green of the University of Pittsburgh finished second in 1980 and ________ of Nebraska finished fourth in 2009 as a defensive tackle.
Ndamukong Suh2009 Nebraska Cornhuskers football team1972 Nebraska Cornhuskers football team1982 Nebraska Cornhuskers football team

Question 9: ________'s 1968 trophy was sold in February 1999 for $230,000 as part of the settlement of the civil trial in the O. J. Simpson murder case.
O. J. SimpsonAmerican Football LeagueNational Football LeaguePro Bowl

Question 10: The West Coast bias discussion usually centers on the idea that East Coast voters see few West Coast games, because of television coverage contracts, ________ differences, or cultural interest.
Radio clockCoordinated Universal TimeTime offsetTime zone







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