Jeopardy! is holding its annual Tournament of Champions right now, so Page 2 wanted to honor the popular trivia game show with some questions and answers about sports. Please remember to phrase your responses in the form of a question.
1. Answer: A five-time World Series champion, this unmarried New York Yankees shortstop has a career batting average of over .900, according to tabloids.
Question: Who is Derek Jeter?
2. Answer: On a scale of 1-10, NFL Players Players Association Director DeMaurice Smith said the chances of a 2011 lockout are a 14, a statement commonly known as this.
Question: What is 110 percent impossible?
3. Answer: Soccer star Ryan Nelsen said he's rooting for England to win the World Cup for the first time since 1966, which is odd because Nelsen is the captain of this country's World Cup team.
Question: What is New Zealand?
4. Answer: Credited with designing the "Great Society" domestic programs that would include civil rights legislation, Medicare and Medicaid, this Texan was president of the United States when Cleveland won its last major sports title in 1964.
Question: Who is Lyndon Baines Johnson?
5. Answer: The winners of the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes have both pulled out of the Belmont Stakes, leaving this horse as the odds-on favorite?
Question: Who cares?