Feeling pretty smart, are you? Well, could you keep up with an college student? Think you're smart enough to play basketball for the University of Georgia? Well, if you have a pulse, walk upright, and don't drag you're knuckles, you're in. Still, it might be fun to test your wits on this test that UGA players were subjected to.
The life of a college basketball player is tougher than you might think. Yes, they get to travel, play a game they love and be adored by legions of fans. But the tests. The horrific tests.
If you were enrolled in Jim Harrick Jr.'s Coaching Principles and Strategies of Basketball course at the University of Georgia in the fall of 2001, you were drilled on such subjects as basketball, basketball and even basketball.
How many points for a field goal? What league does Georgia compete in? What color are the uniforms? These are just a few of the piercing questions Harrick inflicted on his class.
And, for extra credit, you can try these mind-benders:
- Who's buried in Grant's Tomb?
- What's the phone number for 911?
- What country is George W. Bush (allegedly) President of?
- On what date did the 9.11 terrorist attacks occur?
- When does 5 o'clock shadow usually occur?
- How many pounds of sugar are contained in a five-pound sack?