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Hugh Green (American football): Quiz

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Question 1: [4] Green's second-place finish in the voting was the best a defensive specialist had ever attained until 1997, when ________ won the award.
Jim HarbaughCharles WoodsonTom HarmonDesmond Howard

Question 2: [2] He was named to the all-time All-American team compiled by ________ in 1983.
Sporting NewsGolf DigestBright House Sports NetworkAmerican City Business Journals

Question 3: 6th—________,Ohio State (158)
Troy SmithLes HorvathAlan AmecheArt Schlichter

Question 4: 3rd—________, Georgia (683)
Jack YoungbloodHerschel WalkerBilly CannonGeorge Rogers (American football)

Question 5: He played for eleven seasons from 1981 to 1991 for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the ________.
2009 Miami Dolphins seasonJacksonville JaguarsAFC EastMiami Dolphins

Question 6: In the 4 years Green was playing the Pitt Panthers complied a 39-8-1 record, winning 3 Bowl games in route (two Gator Bowls and one ________).
Bowl Championship SeriesOrange BowlSugar BowlFiesta Bowl

Question 7: [2] According to USC and ________ coach John McKay, "Hugh Green is the most productive player at his position I have ever seen in college".
Tampa Bay BuccaneersJacksonville JaguarsMiami DolphinsTampa Bay Rays

Question 8: After the season he played in both the ________ and Japan Bowl All-star games.
BCS National Championship GameSenior BowlHula BowlRose Bowl Game

Question 9: Hugh Donell Green (born July 27, 1959 in Natchez, Mississippi) is a former ________ linebacker in the National Football League.
Gridiron footballTouch football (American)American footballArena football







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