Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Weekly Trivia: Single Season Rushing Leader

There were no correct answers to the last trivia question, " How many total points were scored in all seven overtimes of the 2006 North Texas-FIU game?" The correct answer is: 15 (Three field goals for North Texas, two for FIU). That is barely one point per possession in overtime. Pretty amazing when you consider that teams are in field goal range from the first snap of each overtime possession.

Now for this week's question. As improbable as it seems, the Michigan Wolverines' quarterback Denard Robinson could end the year as the nation’s leading rusher. Michigan has a tradition of producing great running backs. Therefore, this week's question is:
Who was the last Michigan Wolverine to lead the nation in rushing?
Leave your answer in the comments section. The answer will be revealed next Wednesday when a new question is asked.

For more trivia questions, visit the Trivia page.

Other recent posts on College Football Haven:
College Football Haven Top 25, Week 5, 2010
Monday Musings: 10 Thoughts About Week 5
Poll Results: Which top 5 team will lose first?
Heisman Trophy Hopefuls, Week 5, 2010

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