Dozens Daily Trivia Answers Explained: A Super Bowl Sunday Theme

Happy Super Bowl Sunday, trivia fans! And your Dozen Daily Trivia outing for Sunday, February 11th, 2024 is all about the big game! Let’s gooooo.

How did you do, Frank?: Missed one. Half of one, really.

NFL: This Patriots cornerback had the famous 4th quarter goal-line interception against the Seahawks during Super Bowl XLIX in 2015.

Answer: Malcolm Butler

Explained: Marshawn Lynch was right there.

College Football: Before winning a Super Bowl, Drew Brees was the starting QB at this Big Ten school from 1997-2000, finishing Top 5 in Heisman voting twice.

Answer: Purdue

Explained: And many forget he was with the Chargers before the Saints.

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Sports Stadiums: This stadium has been home to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers since 1998 and is where they made history as the first team to host, play in, and win the same Super Bowl.

Answer: Raymond James

Explained: Three years ago. Seems like yesterday.

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Retail and Shopping: Beginning with a 2022 Super Bowl ad, Scrubs stars Zach Braff and Donald Faison reunited for a series of ads for what cellphone service provider?

Answer: T Mobile

Explained: And if you’ve never watched Scrubs, go and check it out. One of the greats.

Celebrity Mash Up Answer: Paula Abdul and Ryan Seacrest

Explained: An American Idol mash up. And a tough one.

Beverages: Mean Joe Greene was part of a famous “Hey Kid, Catch” ad that aired during Super Bowl XIV in 1980, where he tossed a kid his jersey after being handed what drink?

Answer: Coca Cola or Coke

Explained: Everyone should know this one. A marketing classic.

Television: What network aired the Super Bowl XLVII in 2013 when the Ravens faced the 49ers, Beyonce performed at halftime, and there was an infamous blackout stoppage?

Answer: CBS

Explained: Go back and watch the SNL skit for this one. It was awesome.

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Movies: In 2006, FedEx aired a popular Super Bowl commercial that was a parody of this 2000 survival drama starring Tom Hanks and Helen Hunt.

Answer: Castaway

Explained: Wilsonnnn!!!!

Music: “Man! I Feel like a Woman!” and “Up!” were songs performed by this singer-songwriter as one of the co-headliners during the Super XXXVII halftime show in 2003.

Answer: Shania Twain

Explained: Buzz era country good times.

How did you do? Let me know in the comments!

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