Former Arkansas TE Hunter Henry gets 'Jeopardy' shoutout for 2015 feat
Someone on the “Jeopardy” writing staff worked in an Arkansas football reference for Monday’s episode.
The answer “In December 2015, Arkansas tight end Hunter Henry was named a consensus one” made reference to the former Hog’s 51-catch, 739-yard, three-touchdown final season in Fayetteville. The correct question was “What is a consensus All-American?”
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A consensus All-American is defined as a player named to three of five major All-America teams (Associated Press, American Football Coaches Association, Football Writers Association of American, Sporting News and The Walter Camp Football Foundation).
Henry has done well in his rookie season with the San Diego Chargers (20 catches, 326 yards, 3 TD), but has entered concussion protocol this week.
— Joey Nicks (@NicksFocus) October 24, 2016