Craig Wipes Out Michigan and Northwestern to Advance to Jeopardy Finals!

Posted by at 7:29PM

Last round, I used the word “dominated” to describe Craig’s opponents in the Jeopardy College Championship. This round, I would call them “obliterated.” After a somewhat slow start, Craig pulled ahead before the game’s second half, and then stayed ahead until Final Jeopardy, where his opponents risked everything to beat him. Unfortunately for them, they both failed to answer the final question correctly and ended up with almost nothing. Craig bet $8,222, answered correctly, and ended up with $22,222.
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Final Jeopardy question: “In an Ibsen play, Nora tells her husband that she’s been like one of these to him, just as she was to her father.” Correct answer: “What is a doll?”
Final scores:
Craig Boge (Stanford) – $22,222
Pete (Michigan) – $200
Dean (Northwestern) – $0
Tune in both tomorrow and Friday at 7 on ABC to watch Craig in the Jeopardy College Championship Finals!
Woohooo!!!!!!


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Shoes.
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Between commercials.
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Explaining.

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One Response to “Craig Wipes Out Michigan and Northwestern to Advance to Jeopardy Finals!”

  1. Anthony Sanchez says:

    Way to go Craig!

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