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Question 1:
What role did Sid Gillman play in the telemovie Adventure Showcase?
Brock Callahan
John Bowman
Lt. Larry Pascal

Question 2: [3] Gillman agreed to serve as Director of Operations and signed quarterback Doug Williams, who later led the Washington Redskins to victory in ________.
Super Bowl XXIISuper Bowl XVIIISuper Bowl XXVISuper Bowl XVII

Question 3: Coryell went on to coach in the NFL, and some of his assistants, influenced by the Gillman style, included coaches ________ , Ernie Zampese and Russ A.
Washington RedskinsJoe GibbsArt MonkRuss Grimm

Question 4: Sidney "Sid" Gillman (October 26, 1911 - January 3, 2003) was an ________ coach and innovator.
American footballTouch football (American)Arena footballGridiron football

Question 5: Bill Walsh, who coached the ________ to three Super Bowl titles
San Francisco 49ers1981 San Francisco 49ers season1994 San Francisco 49ers seasonGeorge Seifert

Question 6: and Bill Tatham, Jr., owners of the United States Football League expansion team the ________.
1985 USFL season1984 USFL seasonArizona WranglersArizona Outlaws

Question 7: He was inducted into the ________ in 1983 and into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1989.
History of National Football League ChampionshipNational Football LeagueAmerican Football LeaguePro Football Hall of Fame

Question 8: When the team's general manager, ________, became ill during the Chargers' founding season, Gillman took on additional responsibilities as general manager.
Boston College Eagles footballFrank Cavanaugh (American football)Mike HolovakFrank Leahy

Question 9: On his death in 2003, Gillman was interred in the Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery in ________.
Avalon, CaliforniaSanta Monica, CaliforniaCulver City, CaliforniaLong Beach, California

Question 10: "Sid Gillman brought class to the AFL," Oakland Raiders managing general partner ________ once said of the man he served under on that first Chargers team.
Ken StablerSuper Bowl XVIIIAl DavisSuper Bowl XV

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