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5 Questions: Funny Business

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The Sports Spelling Bee

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If the Scripps National Spelling Bee has you in a competitive spelling mood, here's a chance to get it out of your system. We've compiled some difficult-to-spell names from the sports world. Can you tell which variation is correct?

Name John Cazale's Oscar-Nominated Films in 1 Minute

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While actor John Cazale never earned an Oscar nomination himself, his films fared significantly better. Every feature film in which he appeared received a Best Picture nomination (and three won). Strangely enough, a film that didn’t come out until 12 years after his death but featured archival footage of Cazale got a best picture nod, too. How many of those films can you name in a minute?

Name All The States With Coastal Borders

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Twenty-three states border either the Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean or Gulf of Mexico. Can you name them in three minutes?

Morning Cup of Links: Hollywood Couples

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5 Questions: Where Are You?

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5 Questions: Bad Boys

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Presidential Nickname or Professional Wrestler?

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Some of our nicknames for presidents make our commanders-in-chief sound like they should be wearing tights and a cape while applying figure four leg locks to rival heads of state. Can you tell the difference between a presidential nickname and a professional wrestler? When you're done, let us know how you did, or share your favorite presidential nickname.

5 Questions: Happy Monday!

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Like the character he wrote about in <em>Misery</em>, both of Stephen King's legs were broken in a 1999 accident.

Like the character he wrote about in Misery, both of Stephen King's legs were broken in a 1999 accident.

5 Questions: Groundhog's "Shadow"

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Fantasy Football Stars (1990-2008)

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Pro-football-reference.com has gone to the trouble of calculating fantasy stats all the way back to 1970, when the immortal Giants running back Ron A. Johnson was the league's most prolific fantasy player. For this quiz, let's fast-forward to the more recent past. From 1990-2008, 14 different players ended a season atop the fantasy rankings (five players held the honor twice). How many can you name in 7 minutes?

Hint: We're looking for five quarterbacks and nine running backs.

Two of America's greatest national symbols were made overseas: The Liberty Bell was cast in England and the Statue of Liberty was crafted in France.

Two of America's greatest national symbols were made overseas: The Liberty Bell was cast in England and the Statue of Liberty was crafted in France.

5 Questions: 'Look' Here

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