THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

Name the Last 10 AL MVPs

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On Tuesday, the American League Most Valuable Player will be named. Can you recall the last ten winners? You've got three minutes. Use first & last names, and remember that one player has won multiple times.

Brain Game: An Odd Word

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Name the Last 30 Heisman Trophy Winners

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Win the Heisman Trophy and people will always remember your name, right? How many of the previous 30 Heisman winners (1983-2012) can you name in six minutes?

Notes: You just need to enter last names. We're counting the guy who gave back his trophy. And you spell Wuerffel just like that.

Only one U.S. state has a state flag with a green background: Washington.

Only one U.S. state has a state flag with a green background: Washington.

5 Questions: Special Del-ivery

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QBs With Multiple Super Bowl Rings

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In Super Bowl XLIII, Ben Roethlisberger became the tenth quarterback to start in two or more Super Bowl wins. Peyton Manning can join the club with a victory tonight. Can you name the other nine members of this prestigious club? (We decided not to make you spell 'Roethlisberger.')

Three men served as president of the U.S. in 1841: William Henry Harrison, John Tyler, and Martin Van Buren.

Three men served as president of the U.S. in 1841: William Henry Harrison, John Tyler, and Martin Van Buren.

5 Questions: Oh, Snap!

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Where Is That School? An NCAA Tournament Quiz

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You've printed your bracket. You've decided which 12 seed will upset which 5 seed. You've even started fake coughing to make it seem slightly more plausible when you call in sick on Thursday. While you're waiting for the tip-off of the play-in game, let's see if you can figure out where these 12 tourney-bound schools are located.

Chicago is America's skyscraper capital. The city has more 1,000-foot tall buildings than any other U.S. city.

Chicago is America's skyscraper capital. The city has more 1,000-foot tall buildings than any other U.S. city.

5 Questions: Remember the <em>Edmund Fitzgerald</em>

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Name the Top 10 Newspapers (by Daily Circulation)

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We all know the news about newspapers is not very good these days. Editor & Publisher recently published a list of the top American papers by daily circulation, and only one saw an increase from last year (its numbers were up 0.61%). Can you name the top ten papers in the U.S. (by daily circulation)? We've put three minutes on the clock.

Goldfish don't blink. (They have no eyelids!)

Goldfish don't blink. (They have no eyelids!)

5 Questions: This Year Goes to 11

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The Time Zone Quiz

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When you call friends who live in other parts of the country, do you have to ask what time it is where they are? You know that drives them crazy. Brush up on the time zones with this little quiz.

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