The Full Wiki

More info on Ricky Watters

Ricky Watters: Quiz


Question 1: He was selected by San Francisco in the second round of the ________, but sat out the entire 1991 season with injuries.
1981 NFL Draft1991 NFL Draft1994 NFL Draft1997 NFL Draft

Question 2: Watters played college football at the ________ where he played wide receiver on the school's 1988 national champion team.
University of Notre DameSyracuse UniversityRutgers UniversityUniversity of Pittsburgh

Question 3: For what?" after his first game as an Eagle on September 3, 1995 against the ________, when he "short armed" a pass to avoid contact in a 21-6 loss.
Tampa Bay BuccaneersJacksonville JaguarsMiami DolphinsTampa Bay Rays

Question 4: ________ (1991-1994)
1994 San Francisco 49ers seasonSan Francisco 49ersGeorge Seifert1981 San Francisco 49ers season

Question 5: Behind Rice and an infusion of new talent, the team went 8-4 and appeared in the ________ against Texas A&M.
2007 Missouri Tigers football teamCotton Bowl ClassicCowboys Stadium2010 Cotton Bowl Classic

Question 6: Watters was known throughout his playing career for his outstanding receiving skills and his unique high-step running style, which earned him the nickname Ricky "Running" Watters, from ESPN sportcaster ________.
Peter GammonsBonnie BernsteinErin AndrewsChris Berman

Question 7: The class was Notre Dame's second consecutive top 10 recruiting class, following on the heels of the '86 class which included star ________ Tony Rice.
Punter (football)Center (American football)QuarterbackDefensive tackle

Question 8: Following the departure of ________ winner Tim Brown, Holtz moved Watters to Brown's flanker position for the 1988 season to ignite the Irish passing attack.
Eric CrouchJohnny RodgersCollege GameDay (football)Heisman Trophy

Question 9: Watters attended Bishop McDevitt High School in ________ where he was a four year letterman in football.
Allentown, PennsylvaniaHummelstown, PennsylvaniaHarrisburg, PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia

Question 10: He also won a ________ as a member of the 1994 San Francisco 49ers.
NFL on televisionSuper BowlNational Football LeagueAmerican Football League


Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address