Alabama ‘Jeopardy!’ clue for football fans only: Do you know it? –

Bryant-Denny Stadium (above) was part of a clue on "Jeopardy!" July 27, 2022. (Ben Flanagan /
“Jeopardy!” contestants have struggled with the last few Alabama clues provided on the legendary game show, but not this time. Not when Alabama football is a global brand, let alone national. And we think you would have won big money, too.
Last month, the trio of contestants could not muster an answer related to a Scottsboro attraction, and a few weeks prior to that, they couldn’t match “Muscle” with “Shoals” in a music category.
The latest clue referencing our state came from the “Southern U.S.” category during the opening Jeopardy round on Wednesday’s episode, referencing a certain title town in West Alabama.
More on ‘Jeopardy!’: Contestants could not guess this Alabama music clue: Can you?
Can you guess Alabama’s latest ‘Jeopardy!’ clue?
‘Jeopardy’ contestants stumped by another Alabama clue: Help them out!
Returning champ Ed Coulson of Dana Point, Calif., selected the category that would put us back in the quiz show spotlight, as host Ken Jennings read the clue.
The category: Southern U.S.
The clue (for $1,000): To see the Crimson Tide play football at Bryant-Denny Stadium, head to this city.
The correct response: Tuscaloosa.
Challenger Brianne Barker of Madison, N.J., buzzed in with the correct response and collected $1,000 on her way to unseating Coulson as the newest “Jeopardy!” champion.
Pretty easy, huh, Bama fans? Or any Alabamian or novice college football fan? Maybe Brianne from New Jersey just loves the Tide.
Would you have buzzed in to scoop up that $1,000? We think yes, absolutely. Roll Tide, folks.
Alabama Football Fans in the Stands: Ole Miss 2021
Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission.
Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement, Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement, and Your California Privacy Rights (User Agreement updated 1/1/21. Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement updated 7/1/2022).
Cookie Settings
© 2022 Advance Local Media LLC. All rights reserved (About Us).
The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Advance Local.
Community Rules apply to all content you upload or otherwise submit to this site.
Ad Choices


Leave a Comment