More information: Division I college games feature eight officials, whereas the NFL uses only seven.
Answer: Bill Russell
More information: Bill Russell has been called 'the winningest player in the history of professional sports' due to winning 11 NBA Championships as a member of the Boston Celtics. And what makes Russell's achievement even more outstanding is that he won all 11 championships within his 13-year professional playing career, with the first win happening in his rookie year. Russell spent his entire professional playing career with the Boston Celtics.
Answer: Golf Club
More information: A golf club is a tool that golfers use in hitting a golf ball. It comprises of a weighty metal or wooden head, a slim shaft, and a grip.
Answer: David Robinson
More information: During the Spurs' final regular season game of 1994, David Robinson intentionally set out to score 71 points - and achieved the feat to snatch that season's scoring title from Shaquille O'Neal, who was leading him by an average of .06 points going into the game.
More information: In 1920 the NFL started with just 10 teams. Now it has expanded to 32, with all of them being based in the continental United States.
Answer: Edmonton Oilers
Answer: Golden State Warriors
More information: The 2016 Golden State Warriors broke this record by going an uncanny 73 and 9 throughout the regular season. However, unlike the '96 Bulls, they lost in the NBA Finals.
Answer: New England Patriots
More information: The Patriots actually accomplished this amazing feat twice, once in 2012 and the other in 2014.
Answer: Steve Young
More information: Steve Young, who is best known for leading the San Francisco 49ers from 1987 to 1999, is the only leftie quarterback in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Answer: A.C. Green
More information: A. C. Green only missed three games throughout his entire 15-year career and played in a record 1,192 of them consecutively.