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  • Returning Series
  • ESPN
  • 1988-01-01T00:00:00Z
  • 42 mins
  • English
Welcome to the Boardwalk & Baseball's Super Bowl of Sports Trivia guide at TV Tome. As the 1980s drew to a close, there were people (including the person who jump-started this page) who believed Orlando would become the next entertainment capital of America. Already two movie studios/theme parks were gearing themselves up for the expected flood of offers. ESPN took a flyer on Orlando in February 1988, with the help of a sports-related theme park called Boardwalk & Baseball. The idea was to hold a single-elimination tournament, similar to the NCAAs, but not for an athletic endeavor. ESPN wanted to crown one university as the National Champion of Sports Trivia. Thirty-two colleges participated in Boardwalk & Baseball's Super Bowl of Sports Trivia, each sending a team of three students to the tournament. The format for each game was simple. In the first round, Chris Berman read a succession of questions from various categories about a variety of sports. The firs

32 episodes

1x24 Semifinal A

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1x25 Semifinal B

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2x01 Opening Round Game A: Nebraska vs. UCLA

  • Season Premiere

    no air date — 42 mins

Most interesting question: What is the only team to win a Super Bowl after going through an entire preseason winless?

Most interesting question asked: Who was the youngest player in Major League Baseball history?

Most interesting question: Beginning in 1978, what NBA team failed to make the playoffs for ten straight years?

Most interesting question: In 1976, What team won the last ABA Championship? This question goes a long way in determining the winner of this opening-round game.

Most interesting question: In the 1984-85 season, Magic Johnson ranked third on the NBA's all-time ranks for assists in a season, but did not lead the league. Who led the NBA in assists that season?

Most interesting question: What NHL player was traded to the Edmonton Oilers in the same deal that sent Wayne Gretzky to the Los Angeles Kings?

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