College basketball is winding down and March Madness is almost here. It’s only a matter of time until we hear that oh so familiar song. To get you ready for non-stop college basketball action I’ve put together some college basketball sports trivia.
1. This former Wildcats has the NCAA record for most 3 pointers made in one season with 162.
2. What current Miami Heat player and former lottery pick holds the record for recording the most double-doubles as a freshman in 2008?
3. This NCAA basketball program has the most wins in NCAA history along with the highest winning percentage?
4. This 1987, John Wooden award winner and military veteran holds the record for blocks in a season?
5. This ACC and former Big East team’s arena has the highest capacity of any in college basketball?
6. This former NCAA star/rapper holds the record for most blocks in an NCAA tournament game. Who is he?
7. What team scored the most points in an NCAA title game with 103 in 1990?
8. This player, who allegedly hooked up with Sarah Palin back in the day, holds the record for most points in one NCAA tournament?
9. Who is the former psycho UNC Tarheel that holds the record for most FTs made in a career with 982?
10. What college team holds the record for most wins (non-vacated) in a season going 38-2?
11. Match the D-I college basketball schools with their mascot
- Western Kentucky
- Coastal Carolina
- Western Michigan
- South Dakota St.
- Iowa St.
- New Mexico St.
I’ll give you the answers after the bump. In honor of Arizona HC Sean Miller, I bring you this classic clip.
And these classic buzzer-beaters.
1. Stephen Curry
2. Michael Beasley with 28
4. David Robinson with 207
5. Syracuse’s Carrier Dome – 35,000 seats
6. Shaquille O’Neal with 11 blocks
7. UNLV 107-73 over Duke
8. Glen Rice – 184 point in 1989
9. Tyler Hansbrough aka Psycho-T
10. Kentucky went 38-2 while winning the 2012 National Title (Memphis vacated their 38 wins from 2008)
11. Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, Costal Carolina Chanticleers, Lamar Cardinals, Western Michigan Broncos, Vermont Catamounts, South Dakota St. Jackrabbits, Iowa St Cyclones, New Mexico Aggies.