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College Football: Return To Midnight at The Oasis

BabyTateSenior Writer IOctober 17, 2009

Back by popular demand, Midnight at the Oasis is the B/R interactive question and answer session featuring eight mind-numbing queries.

Open to and for anyone who wishes to participate. Answers to be provided on Saturday evening.

1. This former Maryland Head Coach once put together an 18-year long home field winning streak. Name him.

2. Name the quarterback of the 2002 BCS Champion Ohio State Buckeyes.

3. Match the player with his college program.

Tim Brown                    Auburn

Randy Moss                  UCLA

Troy Aikman                 Notre Dame

Tommie Frazier              Ohio State

Bo Jackson                   Nebraska

Barry Sanders               Clemson

Michael Vick                  Marshall

Orlando Pace                 Florida State

William Perry                  Virginia Tech

Chris Weinke                  Oklahoma State

4 . Who were the two head coaches in the last daytime Orange Bowl game? Who were the two head coaches in the first night Orange Bowl game?

5 . Who was the second African American to win the Heisman Trophy and where did he play? 

6. What school broke Miami's 58 game home field winning streak?

7. Joe Paterno's Nittany Lions went undefeated in 1968, '69, '73, '86, and '94. How many AP and Coaches Poll National Championships did Penn State win during those five seasons?

8. The 1964 season featured many great players. From the following list of those stars please name the Heisman Trophy winner for that season.

Joe Namath, Alabama

Dick Butkus, Illinois

Tommy Nobis, Texas

John Huarte, Notre Dame

Roger Staubach, The Navy

Craig Morton, California

Tucker Frederickson, Auburn

Steve Spurrier, Florida

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