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16 Perplexing Sports Questions That May Never Be Answered

Wayne TestoriCorrespondent IISeptember 26, 2011

Trying to understand the logic behind the world of professional sports can leave even the most knowledgeable fan with more questions than answers.

Here are some very perplexing questions that have left even the most fanatic sport fans scratching their heads in wonder.

How can you tell if Don King is having a bad hair day?

Is it possible for a Jewish quarterback to throw a Hail Mary?

Has a male figure skater ever used a power tool?

Would it be considered cruel to serve an illiterate football player alphagetti?

Why isn’t there an NBA team called the Giants?

If a ballplayer is a switch-hitter, does he double his chances of getting dates after the game? 

When arguing with an immature jockey, is it politically incorrect to tell him to grow up?

If the game isn’t over until the fat lady sings, then why do we have timekeepers?

Would it be wrong for Pete Rose to place a bet to see if he’ll get into the Hall of Fame?

Do swimmers sweat?  And if they do, how can you tell?

If you bite a team’s mascot, will it taste funny?

How come European hockey players speak better English than Canadian hockey players?

Why are they called free agents when they cost so much to sign?

Has anyone ever forgotten how to ride a bike?

Has a British athlete ever gotten a suntan?

If an amateur athlete gets a Charlie horse, does a high paid professional athlete get a Charles’ horse?

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