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Arkansas State quarterback Fredi Knighten looks for a receiver during the Red Wolves' 55-40 loss at Louisiana-Lafayette on Oct. 21. ASU visits Idaho this afternoon.
By Matthew V. Roberson, Sun sports writer
JONESBORO — The race is far from over.
Arkansas State has been in this position and the one thing it knows better than anyone is nothing is decided. It's the Red Wolves' belief that anything can happen, and. . . more »
Who was the only player to win the U.S. Open on three different surfaces, grass and clay at Forest Hills and hardcourt at Flushing Meadows?
Answer: Jimmy Connors
Considering that India has a population exeeding one billion people, how many gold medals did India win at the Beijing games of 2008?
Answer: One, Abhinav Bindra for shooting (They won 3 medals, 1 gold and 2 bronze, their best ever performance at the games)
Which speedway was built in 2001?
Answer: Kansas Speedway - This track is owned by the International Speedway Corporation. Two annual NASCAR races are held at this track.
Who holds the record for most career fumbles?
Answer: Warren Moon 161 fumbles (1984-2000)
At which Hills was US Open tennis played before it moved to Flushing Meadow?
Answer: Forest Hills.
Who was the NBA leader in rebounds per game during the 2009-10 season?
Answer: Dwight Howard
What breakthrough was made by Lili de Alvarez on center court at Wimbledon in 1931?
Answer: She wore shorts. She was the first woman to do so at Wimbledon.
Who was tennis star Monica Seles playing in the 1993 Citizen's Cup Tournament in Hamburg, Germany, when she was stabbed in the back by a spectator?
Answer: Magdalena Maleeva.
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