BGSU Brain Game 704- North Baltimore vs. Rossford


– Up next is North
Baltimore versus Rossford on BGSU’s Brain Game. This is going to be a
colossal cranial collision. Only one team can leave victorious. Who’s it going to be?
Only one way to find out. BGSU’s Brain Game starts right now. (upbeat electronic music) And welcome to BGSU’s Brain Game. It is North Baltimore versus Rossford. Let’s meet our teams. Shouting out to my team captains. Gonna start off with North Baltimore. Garrett, tell us who you are and tell us who’s on your team. – I’m a senior from North
Baltimore, obviously. This is Brendan and this is Abby. – [Host] Alright, and over to Rossford. Tell us who you are. – I’m Xavier, I’m a
freshman, and this is Bailey and this is Kyle. – Alright, and let’s get to it. We’re gonna start things
off as we always do with our Toss-Up Round. Goes a little something like this: All questions in this
round are worth 10 points. There’s no deduction
for an incorrect answer. You may confer before buzzing in and you can steal a
question in this round. Rossford, North Baltimore, are you ready? Alright, Toss-Up Round starts right now. What type of sporting event
is the Tour de France? (buzzing) That would be North Baltimore, Garrett. – Cycling. – Ah, we accept that? Yes we can. Bicycle race. Identify the nineteenth century wars fought between the British
and Chinese related– (buzzing)
that would be North Baltimore. Garrett.
– Opium Wars. – Opium Wars is correct. This nineteenth century
French author’s work are well known. They include the Three Musketeers and the Count of Monte Cristo. Give the author’s first and last name. (buzzing)
North Baltimore. Garrett. – Henry Thoreau? – Incorrect, Rossford
would you like to steal? They say no. Alright, Alexandre Dumas
is what we needed there. This blinking shape marks your
place on the computer screen. Name it. (buzzing)
North Baltimore, Brendan? – A cursor. – Cursor, yes. Invented in 1764 England
by James Hargreaves, this machine was directly responsible for the explosion of textile mills during the industrial– (buzzing)
that would be North Baltimore. Garret. – Cotton gin? – Incorrect. During the, textile mills during
the industrial revolution, Britain identified this useful tool. Rossford, would you like to steal? They say no. We’re looking for the
Spinning Jenny on that one. Spinning Jenny. What solvent having the
chemical formula of C3H6O is used in nail salons to
remove gel nail polishes? That’d be North Baltimore. Garrett. – Acetone?
– Acetone, yes. Name the body of water
in the Western hemisphere bounded by Mexico and Central America. That would be Rossford, Xavier? – Gulf of Mexico? – Incorrect. And Central America, the greater Antilles, the lesser Antilles, and South America. (buzzing)
North Baltimore, Garrett. – The Atlantic Ocean? – Incorrect. We wanted the Caribbean Sea there. Caribbean Sea. His tomb was discovered
near ancient Thebes in 1922. What child king of the, that would be Rossford, Xavier. – Tutenetatutakamen? – We can’t accept that, I am sorry. (buzzing)
That would be Garrett. – Tutankhamun? Okay we’ll accept that, yes. The models of the universe
that have the sun at the center are described as what? (buzzing)
That would be North Baltimore. Garrett. – Heliocentric. – Heliocentric, yes. This process for the allocation of first aid treatment to victims has the goal of maximizing
the number of survivors. (buzzing)
That would be North Baltimore. Garrett. – Color coding? – Incorrect. Identify this procedure,
often used in disasters or war zones that begins
with the letter T. Rossford, would you like to steal? They say no. Triage is what we needed there. What is the name of the highest mountain on the North American continent? (buzzing) – North Baltimore, Garrett. – McKinley? – Mount McKinley or Denali. Without this nutrient, our
bodies would not be able to digest or absorb food properly, but taken in excess results– (buzzing)
that would be North Baltimore. Garrett. – Insulin? – Incorrect. Result in weight gain. Identify this nutrient,
also called lipids, that aids in energy storage. Rossford, would you like to steal? They say no. We’re looking for fats in that one. In the name of golf, or excuse me, in the game of golf, when
a golfer takes his stance to hit the ball, he rests
the head of the club on the ground just behind the ball. What is the golf term for this. (buzzing) North Baltimore, Garrett. – Setting. – [Host] Incorrect. Rossford, would you like to steal? (buzzing)
That would be Xavier. – Teeing off? – Incorrect. Address is the specific
term that we needed there. The European Headquarters
of the United Nations is located in this Swiss city. (buzzing) That would be North Baltimore, Garrett. – Geneva? – Geneva, yes. Its atomic weight is 140.90. Its atomic number– (bell ringing) End of round. Let’s take a look at our score. We have North Baltimore
currently in the lead with 80 points, but you’re
gonna wanna stick around because our head to head
round is coming up next. (upbeat electronic music) And welcome back to BGSU’s Brain Game. It is North Baltimore versus Rossford. Currently North Baltimore is
in the lead with 80 points. Looks like we have some
substitutions here. Let’s check in with North Baltimore. Who has joined your team? – We have Olivia subbing in for Abby. – [Host] Alright, welcome, and
Rossford, who has joined you? – We have Michael and Kaylen. – Alright, welcome to our substitutes. As we move to our Head to Head Round, it goes a little something like this: There are 15 questions in this round. Two minutes and 30 seconds. They’re worth 10 points and there is no deduction
for an incorrect answer. You may confer as long as you want before answering the question, but here is the twist. One of the teams stays, the
other one goes to isolation, and then we’ll start over and do it all over again
with our other team as we bring them back to the studio. At the end, we’re gonna reveal our scores to both of our teams
to see where we stand. Alright, North Baltimore,
you are at 80 points, so you are going to be sticking around. That means Rossford,
you’re going to isolation. Alright North Baltimore, are you ready for your head to head round? – Aye. – Your two minutes and 30
seconds starts right now. Metzengerstein is the
first printed short story of what American author? (buzzing) – Franklin? – Incorrect, Edgar Allan Poe. What part of the lathe
rotates the work piece? (buzzing) – Spindle?
– Spindle is correct. Along which of the Great
Lakes does Ohio lie? (buzzing) – Erie. – Correct. Name the writer who penned
Little House on the Prairie. (buzzing) – Whitaker? – Incorrect, Laura Ingalls Wilder. On what continent would you find the Transantarctic Mountains? (buzzing) – Antarctica? – Correct. Cochise was the leader of
what Native American tribe? – Chakta. – Incorrect, Apache. In what century was the
composer Beethoven born? (buzzing) – Sixteenth? – Incorrect, eighteenth. Caph and Schedar are stars in
what northern constellation named after an Ethiopian queen? (buzzing)
– Cassiopeia. – Correct. What medieval science concerned turning base metals into gold? (buzzing)
– Metallurgy? – Incorrect, alchemy. If a substance in ossified,
what does it become? – Liquid (buzzing) – Liquid? – Incorrect, bone. Prior to the running
of the Kentucky Derby, while the horses are
paraded, what song is played? (buzzing) – Battle Hymn of the Republic? – Incorrect, My Old Kentucky Home. The Edgar Allen Poe short
story, The Pit and Pendulum is set during the Spanish
Inquisition, in which city? (buzzing) – Madrid? – Incorrect, Toledo. In Franz Kafka’s The Metamorphosis, into what does Gregor Samsa– (buzzing) – Giant cockroach. – Will we accept that? Yes we will. Used to denote a limitless amount of time, space, or quantity, this
scientific term goes on forever. Name it.
(buzzing) – Infinity? – Infinity is correct. What American children’s author created the character Bingo Brown? (buzzing) – Bucking? – Incorrect. Betsy Byars is what we needed there. Alright, that is all 15 questions in the head to head round. That means your round
is done North Baltimore and it’s time for you to go to isolation. Alright, let’s welcome back Rossford. And there they are. Welcome back Rossford. Are you ready for your head to head round? Two minutes and 30
seconds starts right now. Metzengerstein is the
first printed short story of what American author? – Pass. – [Host] Need you to buzz in please. (buzzing)
– Pass. – Edgar Allan Poe. What part of the lathe
rotates the work piece. (buzzing)
– Pass. – Spindle. Along which of the Great
Lakes does Ohio lie? (buzzing)
– Lake Erie. – Correct. Name the writer who penned
Little House on the Prairie. (buzzing)
– Pass. – Laura Ingalls Wilder. On what continent would you find the Transantarctic Mountains? (buzzing)
– Antarctica? – Correct. Cochise was the leader of
what Native American tribe? (buzzing)
– Pass. – Apache. In what century was the
composer Beethoven born? (buzzing)
– Nineteenth? – Incorrect, eighteenth. Caph and Schedar are stars on
what northern constellation named for an Ethiopian queen? (buzzing)
– Pass. – Cassiopeia. What medieval science concerned turning base metals into gold? (buzzing)
– Alchemy. – Alchemy is correct. If a substance is ossified,
what does it become? (buzzing)
– Pass. – Bone. Prior to the running
of the Kentucky Derby, while the horses are
paraded, what song is played? (buzzing)
– Pass. – My Old Kentucky Home. The Edgar Allan Poe short
story The Pit and the Pendulum is set during the Spanish
Inquisition, in which city? (buzzing)
– Mexico City? – Incorrect, Toledo. In Franz Kafka’s The Metamorphosis, in what does Gregor Samsa metamorphose? (buzzing)
– Pass. – An insect or bug. Used to denote a limitless amount of time, space, or quantity, this
scientific term goes on forever. Name it. (buzzing)
– Indefinite? – Incorrect, infinity. What American children’s author created the character Bingo Brown? (buzzing)
– Dr. Seuss. – Incorrect, Betsy Byars is
what we were looking for there. That is all 15 questions in the head to head round for Rossford. It is time to now wipe our scores clean and let’s bring back in North Baltimore. Alright, welcome back to North Baltimore. Let’s see where we stand. Let’s check Rossford’s score. They are at 30 points. North Baltimore is at 140 points. You’re gonna wanna stick around because our scores can
change very very quickly. Still anybody’s game. Why? Because our category
round is coming up next where questions can be
worth as much as 30 points. Stay tuned. (upbeat electronic music) And welcome back to BGSU’s Brain Game. It is Rossford at 30 points and North Baltimore at 140 points. Looks like we have some new substitutions and some returning players. Let’s find out who they are. North Baltimore, who has joined your team? – We have Elisia subbing in for Olivia. – [Host] Alright, welcome to you. And Rossford, who’s come back? – We brought back Kyle and Bailey. – Alright well welcome back to you and welcome to our new players. It is now time for the Category Round. In this round, the power shifts
a little bit to our teams. There are six categories to choose from. Inside each category are questions worth 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30 points, but beware, you can lose those same number of points with an incorrect answer. You may confer before buzzing in and teams, you can steal
the question in this round. Rossford, since you are at 30 points, you get to make the first selection. – [Xavier] We’ll do
Science-Potpourri for 20. – [Host] Alright, Science for 20? – [Xavier] 20. – Science-Potpourri for 20 points. Based on the given clue, identify each of the
following terms in science: Type of energy sometimes
called energy of position. (buzzing)
That would be Rossford. Bailey. – Potential energy? – [Host] Potential energy is correct. Rossford still in control. – [Xavier] We’ll do Science 25. – Science for 25 points. Layer of the atmosphere
where auroras occur. (dinging)
Time. Thermosphere is what we
were looking for there. Rossford, you are still in control. – [Xavier] We’ll do science for 15. – Science now for 15 points. Disease that afflicts people
with few fruits and vegetables. (buzzing)
That would be North Baltimore. Garrett. – Scurvy? – [Host] Scurvy, yes. North Baltimore takes control. – [Garrett] Science-Potpourri, 30. – Science-Potpourri now for 30 points. Microscopic sensory organ in the eye that allows a person
to see black and white in very low light. (buzzing) North Baltimore, Garrett. – Rod? – [Host] Rods, yes. North Baltimore still in control. – [Garrett] Science-Potpourri for 10. – Finishing off science for 10, chemical element whose
atomic symbol is Pb. (buzzing)
That would be Rossford. Bailey. – Lead?
Lead is correct, and Rossford takes control. – [Xavier] We’ll do Silent K for 20. – Silent K for 20 points. Identify each of the
following words or phrases that contain a silent K when pronounced. If the correct response
is a person’s name, his or her last name
contains the silent K. Former basketball coach at Texas Tech and University of Indiana. (dinging)
That would be Bobby Knight. Rossford still in control. – [Xavier] Silent K for 15. – Silent K now for 15 points. Action required to mix bread prior to– (buzzing)
That would be North Baltimore. Brendan. – Knead.
– Knead is correct. North Baltimore takes back control. – [Garrett] Silent K, 25. – Silent K for 25 points. Two word slang phrase that describes an instinctive reaction to a stimulant. (buzzing)
That would be North Baltimore. Garret. – Knee jerk?
– Knee jerk, yes. – [Garrett] Silent K for 30. – Silent K now for 30 points. Scottish reformer and historian, founder of the Presbyterian
Church of Scotland. (dinging)
John Knox is what we were looking for there. North Baltimore in control. – [Garrett] What’s Your Major, 10. – What’s Your Major for 10 points. Identify each term that ends in ology. The study of the physical, social, and cultural development of– (buzzing)
That would be North Baltimore. Garrett. – Anthropology?
– Anthropology, yes. North Baltimore in control. – [Garrett] What’s Your Major, 25. – What’s Your Major now for 25 points. The study of reptiles and amphibians. (dinging)
Herpetology is what we wanted there. North Baltimore in control. – [Garrett] JFK 20. – JFK for 20 points. Answer the following questions pertaining to John F. Kennedy. What university did he attend? (buzzing)
North Baltimore, Garrett. – Yale? – Incorrect. Rossford, would you like to steal. They say no. Harvard is what we were looking for. North Baltimore in control. – [Garrett] Famous Nicknames, 30. – Famous Nicknames for 30 points. I will read a well-known
nickname of a famous American, you identify that famous American. The Iron Horse. (dinging)
Lou Gehrig. Alright, North Baltimore in control. – [Garrett] Fossils for 15. – Fossils for 15 points. Identify each of the following terms associated with fossils. The first letter of each correct
response will be provided. Any substance, especially wood, that has changed to a stone-like form. The letter is P.
(buzzing) That would be North Baltimore. Branden? – Petrified.
– Petrified, yes. North Baltimore still in control. – [Garrett] What’s Your Major, 30. – What’s Your Major now for 30 points. The study of fungi. (buzzing) North Baltimore, Garrett. – Mycology.
– Mycology is correct. North Baltimore still in control. – [Garrett] Silent K, 10. Silent K for 10 points,
finishing off this category. Last name of contemporary singer and actress known as Beyonce. (buzzing) That would be Rossford, Kyle. – Knowles? – [Host] Knowles is correct. Rossford takes control. – [Kyle] We’ll do Famous
Knicknames for 20. – Famous Nicknames for 20 points. Angel of the Battlefield. (buzzing) North Baltimore, Garrett. – Clara Barton? – [Host] Clara Barton is correct. North Baltimore takes control. – [Garrett] What’s Your Major, 15. – What’s Your Major for 15 points. The study of water and its distribution. (dinging)
Hydrology. North Baltimore in control. – [Garrett] What’s Your Major, 20. – What’s Your Major for 20,
finishing off the category. The study of fish. (dinging)
Ichthyology. North Baltimore in control. – [Garrett] Famous Nicknames, 25. – Famous Nicknames for 25 points. Old Fuss and Feathers. (dinging)
That would be General Winfield Scott. North Baltimore in control. – [Garrett] JFK for 30. – JFK for 30 points. For what book did he win a Pulitzer Prize? (buzzing)
North Baltimore, Garrett. – Profiles in Courage. – [Host] Profiles in Courage, yes. North Baltimore in control. – [Garrett] Famous Nicknames, 10. – Famous Nicknames for 10 points. Wizard of Menlo Park. (buzzing)
North Baltimore. Brendan. – Thomas Edison?
– Thomas Edison, yes. North Baltimore in control. – [Garrett] Famous Nicknames, 15. – Famous Nicknames for 15 points. Johnny Appleseed. (buzzing)
That would be Rossford. Bailey. – John Chapman?
– John Chapman. Rossford takes control. – Fossils, 20.
(bell ringing) – End of round. Let’s take a look at our score. We have Rossford at 85 points and North Baltimore currently
in the lead with 320 points. You’re gonna wanna stick
around for this final because the Brainstorm
Round is coming up next. (upbeat electronic music) And welcome back to BGSU’s Brain Game. It is Rossford at 85 points and North Baltimore at 320 points. Looks like we have some new substitutions and some returning players. We’re gonna start off
with North Baltimore. Who has joined your team? – We have Maley subbing in for Elisia. – [Host] Alright, welcome to you. Rossford, who’s back? – We brought back Michael. – Alright, well welcome to you all. As we start our Brainstorm Round, goes a little something like this. All questions in this
round are worth 20 points, but negative 20 points
for an incorrect answer. You may confer before buzzing
in, but you cannot steal. I repeat, you cannot steal in this round. Rossford, North Baltimore, are you ready? Alright, three minutes of
Brainstorm starts right now. In the sentence, here are
the architectural plans for the house, what is the simple subject? (buzzing) North Baltimore, Brendan. – House.
– Incorrect, plans. Sugar is manufactured in
plant cells by what process? (buzzing)
That would be Rossford. Bailey. – Photosynthesis?
– Photosynthesis is correct. How many neutrons does the
chemical element Helium have in its nucleus? (buzzing)
North Baltimore. Brendan. – Two.
– Two is correct. Among the many inventions
of this famed inventor was the phonograph invented,
or excuse me, phonograph– (buzzing)
That would be North Baltimore. Brendan. – Thomas Edison.
– Thomas Edison, yes. What wee mischief maker is
said to give a pot of gold to anyone who can catch him? (buzzing)
That would be North Baltimore. Branden. – A leprechaun.
– Leprechaun, yes. In the game of pool, what
color is ball numbered one. (buzzing) North Baltimore, Brendan. – Yellow. – Yellow is correct. To what family of musical instruments does a euphonium belong? (buzzing)
That would be Rossford. Bailey. – Brass?
– Brass is correct. How many times more acidic is a liquid with a pH of three than a
liquid with a pH of five? (dinging)
That would be 100. According to the
Declaration of Independence, where does our government get its power? (buzzing) North Baltimore, Garrett. – The people? – We will accept that, yes. Here is a French Revolution question. Which French king was
put to death during– (buzzing)
That would be North Baltimore. Garrett. – Louis the Eighth? – Incorrect, the Sixteenth. In the comic strip Garfield, give the full name of the human with whom Garfield and Odie reside. (dinging) That would be John Arbuckle. Oedipus killed his father
and married his mother. What was her name? (dinging)
Jocasta is what we needed. Juggle, struggle, tumble, fumble. All of these words can be
classified as what part of speech? (buzzing) North Baltimore, Garrett. – Verb? – They are verbs, yes. Identify the simplest amino acid. (dinging)
Glycine. What does dry ice become
when it sublimates? (buzzing) North Baltimore, Brendan. – Liquid nitrogen? – Incorrect, carbon dioxide. How many stories high
was the Globe Playhouse? (bell dinging) End of round. It was three by the way. Let’s take a look at our score. We have Rossford at 125 and our victor is North
Baltimore with 380 points. Let’s give both these teams
a big round of applause. Now in the spirit of good sportsmanship, let’s meet in the middle, shake hands, and we will see you at
the next BGSU Brain Game. (upbeat electronic music)