10 Random Facts About Sport Part 4

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If you failed PE, these facts are probably not for you. But otherwise, enjoy!
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Part 3: http://endlessfacts.com/p/epUcb


1
Sportscaster Bob Wolff has been on the Air for a Record 73 Years

2
In 1968, Harvard "beat" Yale 29-29 in a football match.

3
Prairie View A&M's Football Team lost 80 consecutive games in the span of nearly a decade.

4
The '72 Champion Boston Bruins were misspelled on the Stanley Cup as BQSTQN BRUINS with two "Q"s instead of "O"s.

5
MLB Pitchers are more likely to hit batters on 90+ degree days.

6
Tug of War was an Olympic event from 1900-1920.

7
The "Big Chill at the Big House" featured the largest crowd to ever watch hockey with attendance of 113,411 in 2011.

8
Only two days out of 365 days of the year feature no professional sports games (MLB, NBA, NHL, or NFL). The day before and the day after the MLB All-Star Break.

9
Pittsburgh is the only city where all the major sports teams (MLB, NHL, NFL) have the same colors: Black and gold.

10
The average life span of an MLB baseball is five to seven pitches.