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USF Jeopardy Part I: The New School

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The first installment of our tournament series pins the young guns in Post-2014 knowledge.

This is [USF] Jeopardy. For the first time in history, the USF blogosphere comes together to compete in a Jeopardy-style trivia game to prove who knows the most about the beloved alma mater; all created and hosted by all-around nice guy and fan-favorite Ryan T. Smith.

The Rules

We broke up the contests into two parts - the new school and the old school. Each will have three contestants with the winner after Final Jeopardy advancing to the final round recorded this weekend. There will also be one Wild Card contestant - the runner-up in either game that has the highest point total.

The New School categories focus on the Taggart Era and beyond and will have our youngest contestants. The Old School categories focus on the entire history of the football program. Everything is on the table for the final round.

Part I - The New School

Let’s meet the contestants of our first installment of USF Jeopardy!

Nathan Bond, Managing Editor of The Daily Stampede.

Will Turner, Publisher of Bulls247.

Robert Steeg, Self-proclaimed Meme Master General and Contributor of The Daily Stampede.

Since the in-game scoreboard is obscured - and frankly small - we added a rolling scoreboard so you can see how our contestants fared as the game went on. If there is interest after these two rounds are posted in witnessing the final round live, we may make that happen - with appropriate social distancing of course.

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