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Terry Bradshaw Trivia Questions and Answers

Terry Bradshaw NFL quarterback trivia quiz questions about Terry's early years and career.

 

Who is Terry Bradshaw?
A: He is a quarterback who played for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the National Football League (NFL).

What is his birth name?
A: Terry Paxton Bradshaw.

On what date was he born?
A: September 2, 1948.

Since 1994, Terry has been a what?
A: TV analyst and co-host of Fox NFL Sunday.

How many seasons did he play for with Pittsburgh?
A: 14 seasons.

How many Super Bowl titles did he win in a six-year period (1974, 1975, 1978, and 1979)?
A: Four.

That makes him the first quarterback to win what?
A: Three and four Super Bowls.

He also led the Steelers to how many AFC Central championships?
A: Eight.

He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in what year?
A: 1989, his first year of eligibility.

During his career, how many times did he pass for more than 300 yards in a game?
A: Just seven times, but three of those performances came in the postseason, and two of those in Super Bowls.

In four career Super Bowl appearances, he passed for how many yards?
A: 932  and 9 touchdowns, both Super Bowl records at the time of his retirement. In 19 post-season games, he completed 261 passes for 3,833 yards.

Where was Terry Bradshaw born?
A: In Shreveport, Louisiana.

He was the second of how many sons of William "Bill" Marvin Bradshaw?
A: Three.

Who was his mother?
A: The former Novis Gay.

Where did Bradshaw spend his early childhood?
A: In Camanche, Iowa, where he set forth the goal to play professional football.

When he was a teenager, Bradshaw returned with his family, to where?
A:  Shreveport.

Terry attended Woodlawn High School and played under assistant coach A. L. Williams and led the Knights to the what?
A: The 1965 AAA High School Championship game.

His team then lost to whom?
A: The Sulphur Tornados 129.

While at Woodlawn, he set a national record for throwing the what?
A: The javelin at 245 feet (74.68 m).

Bradshaw decided to attend what university?
A: Louisiana Tech University in Ruston.

Bradshaw is a member of what fraternity?
A:  Tau Kappa Epsilon.

Initially, Terry was second on the depth chart at quarterback behind whom?
A:  Phil "Roxie" Robertson.

Phil would later become famous as the inventor of the Duck Commander duck call and television personality on what A&E program?
A: Duck Dynasty.

In 1969, Bradshaw was considered by most professional scouts to be the what?
A: The most outstanding college football player in the nation.

As a junior, he amassed how many total yards?
A:  2,890 total yards, ranking No. 1 in the NCAA.

As a junior he led his team to a 92 record and a 3313 win over Akron in the what?
A: The Rice Bowl.

In his senior season, he gained  how many yards?
A: 2,314 yards, ranking third in the NCAA, and he led his team to an 82 record.

His decrease in production was mainly because his team played only 10 games that year, and he was taken out of several games in the second half for what reason?
A: His team had built up a huge lead.

In the 1970 NFL Draft Bradshaw was the first overall player selected by what team?
A: The Pittsburgh Steelers.