March Madness basketball quiz: memorable players and feats

As the men's NCAA tournament continues, test your knowledge of some of the past greats (and one current bench-warmer) who make the annual playoff such a favorite with fans.

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1. What former US senator scored 58 points for Princeton in a 1965 tournament game?

Bill Bradley scored 58 points for Princeton as the Tigers defeated Wichita State in a national championship third-place game in 1965 (consolation games were later dropped) Altogether, Bradley scored 177 points in five tournament games.

Bill Bradley scored 58 points for Princeton as the Tigers defeated Wichita State in a national championship third-place game in 1965 (consolation games were later dropped) Altogether, Bradley scored 177 points in five tournament games.

Bill Bradley scored 58 points for Princeton as the Tigers defeated Wichita State in a national championship third-place game in 1965 (consolation games were later dropped) Altogether, Bradley scored 177 points in five tournament games.

Bill Bradley scored 58 points for Princeton as the Tigers defeated Wichita State in a national championship third-place game in 1965 (consolation games were later dropped) Altogether, Bradley scored 177 points in five tournament games.

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John Chafee

 

Christopher Dodd

 

Russ Feingold

 

Bill Bradley

 
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