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Super Bowl IX

Choose an answer from the three choices and True or False offered after each question and then "Check Your Answers" at the end of the quiz.

Alan's NFL FUN Trivia Quizzes - Trivia powered by ABE1. Super Bowl IX was played on January 12, 1975 to decide the National Football League (NFL) champion following the 1974 regular season. Where was the game played?

  • Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California
  • Joe Robby Stadium in Miami, Florida
  • Tulane Stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana

2. Who did the Pittsburgh Steelers play in the AFC championship game to advance to the Super Bowl?

  • Miami Dolphins
  • Buffalo Bills
  • Oakland Raiders

3. Who did the Minnesota Vikings play in the NFC championship game to advance to the Super Bowl?

  • St. Louis Cardinals
  • Los Angeles Rams
  • New York Giants

4. What was the game day weather conditions?

  • 46 degrees, cloudy
  • 78 degrees, sunny
  • 60 degrees, rain

5. Who scored the first points of the game?

  • Dwight White (safety)
  • Franco Harris (touchdown)
  • Roy Gerela (field goal)

6. Which TV network broadcast the game?

  • CBS
  • NBC
  • ABC

7. Who was the Super Bowl IX MVP?

  • Franco Harris
  • Terry Bradshaw
  • Fran Tarkenton

8. Chuck Knoll was the Vikings head coach.

  • True or False?

9. Who started the season as the starting quarterback of the Pittsburgh Steelers?

  • Terry Bradshaw
  • Joe Gilliam
  • Rocky Bleier

10. The Mary Tyler Moore Show on CBS used this game as a plotline on the episode aired the night before the game. Lou Grant was teaching Ted Baxter how to bet on football games, and used Ted's money, as well as some of his own to bet on the Vikings winning the Super Bowl. The Vikings won the Super Bowl in this episode but Ted's hopes were dashed when it was revealed that Lou actually bet all the money on the Steelers.

  • True or False?

Check Your Answers

  • 1. Tulane Stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana
  • 2. Oakland Raiders
  • 3. Los Angeles Rams
  • 4. 46 degrees, cloudy
  • 5. Dwight White (safety)
  • 6. NBC
  • 7. Franco Harris
  • 8. False. Chuck Knoll coached the Pittsburgh Steelers.
  • 9. Joe Gilliam
  • 10. True
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