Before and After: 80's Music / College Football Edition by KaneMH

Champion(s):

LewandowskiMJ


Runner(s)-Up:

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Quiz Description

So if you're not quite ready to give up on this set of minileagues, he's another quiz which combines all 3. Before and after, all answers are half college football, half 80's music. I apologize in advance for any liberties I may have take in wording or squeezing items into the above categories.

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Questions:

Name the song and chant (taunt?) that would be heard in this composite image

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Eye of the Tiger Bait

Though originally written in 1961 by Roy Orbison, it was performed in 1980 on the penultimate episode Muppet Show by its most famous singer and in later 1989 cover by she-who-never-promised-you-a-rose-garden Lynn Anderson and by Dolly Parton on her 80's variety show. It is a tribute to the intracity Rivalry Trophy game that caused the ’89 Heisman winner to miss the NYC ceremony and was the final game of the Southwest Conference in 1995.

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Blue Bayou Bucket

This band probably would not recommend a place in the Fletcher Memorial Home for the winner of the Iowa-Minnesota game, though the trophy itself might be of some interest to meat packing glitterati

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Pink Floyd of Rosedale

Identify the slogan that has been redacted from this image amalgamation

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Welcome to AggieLand of Confusion

he singer heard in this clip once broke the single game rushing record at the time by gaining 340 yards against Montana State. He could never quite eclipse O.J. Simpson on the football field, finishing 2nd in the 1967 and 1968 rushing yards races. Off this field, he did succeed temporarily in racking up more jail time with a 20-year sentence (serving three) for a cocaine trafficking conviction, until Simpson’s more recent troubles.

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Freddie Mercury Morris

With the recent FBS addition of Charlotte, the Kibbie Dome is no longer the smallest FBS football stadium and is thus not as exclusive as the B-52’s claim. It serves as the home to what Sun Belt football team that had its most success when coached by Genseric?

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Private Idaho Vandals

What song which has served as motivation for a Division III school which is currently on a 100-game regular season win streak opens with the line: “Telegram force and ready, I knew this was a big mistake”

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Mount Union of the Snake

Identify the mascot (by school or name) seen in the assault shown in this video, as well as a comedic cameo the end of a 1985 video/assault on the senses for a Shangri-La’s song cover.

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Rufus the (Ohio) Bobcat Goldthwait

Both N.W.A and Madonna did tributes in the late 1980’s entitled this, dedicated to the backfield tandem of Eric Dickerson (of Gold Trans Am fame) and Craig James (of killing 5 hookers fame)

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Pony Express Yourself

Identify this 1980 song, which might have been heard at a famously sponsored 1990-1996 Shreveport Bowl game.

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Poulan Weed Eater Independence Day

This Greatest Hits album (1984-1994) refers to the home stadium one of the 1990 Co-national teams (though the artist of the album might be better associated with the other Co-national champion). It includes a tribute to Quentin Crisp in one song and a melody borrowed from Prokofiev in another. It does not, however, include the two most famous plays of the team in question, as both of those were on the road (an arithmetic error and, until two weeks ago, the most crushing last play loss at the Big House)

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Folsom Fields of Gold

The Fairbrass Brothers formed this band in 1989, though it wouldn’t be until a little later that we learned that they had a superlative quality that prevent them from accepting the award for Outstanding Wide Receiver in College Football

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Right Said Fred Biletnekoff