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Q: Sports Trivia ( No Answer,   3 Comments )
Subject: Sports Trivia
Category: Sports and Recreation > Trivia
Asked by: blitzz-ga
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Posted: 07 Jan 2005 19:19 PST
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Question ID: 453890
I have heard that there are only 3 days of the year on which there are
no professional or college sports played.  Is this true and what are
those three days?  I love to wager on sports and I cannot think of any
days when there are no professional or college sports played.

I think this is a popular sports trivia question so the answer may be simple....

Clarification of Question by blitzz-ga on 10 Jan 2005 08:40 PST
What are the three days of the year when there are no major
professional sports played?
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Sports Trivia
From: juggler-ga on 07 Jan 2005 19:54 PST
The day before and the day after the Major League Baseball All-Star
Game in mid-July often feature no major professional sports because
football, basketball and hockey are out of season and college teams
don't play in July.  I can't think of a third such day, but perhaps
another researcher will.  Good luck!
Subject: Re: Sports Trivia
From: mwalcoff-ga on 08 Jan 2005 11:44 PST
I don't think the statement is true. Traditionally, Dec. 24 has no
games, but the NFL played one on that date this year.
Subject: Re: Sports Trivia
From: fredg2004-ga on 28 Jan 2005 19:14 PST
i know that in 1959-1962, there were two all star games played each
year. so during that time-frame, each year there were four

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