By Lorenzo Tanos
And here it is – the continuation of last week’s SEC trivia! Again, if your favorite SEC school wasn’t represented last week, there’s a good chance it will be here.
1. Who is the first African-American scholarship athlete in the SEC, and what team did he play for?
2. After a successful stint as Mississippi State’s head basketball coach, he became one of the ABA’s more colorful characters, coaching several teams including the Dallas Chaparrals and Kentucky Colonels.
3. What year did the Georgia Bulldogs play in their first NCAA tournament?
4. Though his Major League Baseball success was only a fraction of former Ole Miss guard Don Kessinger’s, he nevertheless played 50 games as a reserve Cleveland Indians shortstop a few years after setting a record for highest season scoring average for Alabama.
5. True or False – Charles Barkley recorded the first triple double in the history of the Auburn Tigers.
6. A fifteenth round pick in the 1958 NBA Draft, this former Kentucky guard won MVP honors at the 1966 NBA All-Star Game as a member of the Cincinnati Royals.
7. Since joining the SEC, how many SEC conference titles have the South Carolina Gamecocks won?
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