Trivia Bowl (trih-vee-uh-bowl) n. A game played by students or alumni to demonstrate how much their education is really worth. 2. The University’s second hottest and best-attended event right after the crowds at the first day of drop-ads. (Colorado Daily)
"I had encountered depraved sports and movie buffs in the past, but never before had I seen individuals who
could name the infield of the 1963 Detroit Tigers, sing the lyrics to obscure '50s songs, and repeat verbatim what was written on the back of Iron City beer cans, all in the space of five minutes"
"THE CLOSEST THERE IS TO THE NATIONALS OF TRIVIA" -- OAKLAND TRIBUNE
"The judges are men and women who have refused to grow up." -- Peter "Rockin" Rodman (judge)
"...It has become in the past 8 years a phenomenon of sorts." -- ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS (1975)
Lampoon of the television series "The G. E. College Bowl" - - an affront to the academic institution. Instead of the scholarly the questions would be about "fun stuff"
Some Guys Walk Into A Bar
Cut The Blue Wire
Greenwich Mean Deviants
Lemmings (Slight Return)
Children of a Lesser Godizilla
Ramona Has Alzheimers
3 Zombies Outside Renae Foxhoven, Missouri
There will be postings of team and individual statistics, questions asked, and video clips in the near future
Trophy now on display near entrance to Alferd Packer Grill!