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15 of America's smartest college students face each other in trivial combat for bragging rights and $75,000.

Recaps by Chico Alexander, GSNN

Host Alex Trebek
Clue Crew Jimmy McGuire
Kelly Miyahara
Sarah Whitcomb
Announcer Johnny Gilbert
Creator Merv Griffin
EP Harry Friedman
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Origins Sony Pictures Studios, Los Angeles
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Finals: Stoffers/Yozamp/Sabhapathy - Part 2
February
12

After two weeks of fierce competition, we're down to the final three. At the end of Friday's show, it's going to be the Wolverines of Michigan, the Bears of Wash U, or Bruin Nation (C-Note: Hi, Kim) that will have a new hero as Surya Sabhapathy, Nick Yozamp, and Ryan Stoffers compete for $100,000, the Jeopardy! College Championship trophy, and a berth in the 2010 Tournament of Champions to be held later this year.

Second place is guaranteed $50,000, while third will get $25,000.

We're half an hour away from a big money moment.

Ryan Stoffers
UCLA
sophomore
Nick Yozamp
Washington-St. Louis
junior
Surya Sabhapathy
Michigan
senior
$14,800 $20,000 $12,800

Jeopardy! round coming...

OPERA NFL LOGOS MICROBIOLOGY
MILESTONES
LET'S VISIT
A MUSEUM
LITTLE
LANDS
"O" NOUNS

Daily Double: $800 Microbiology Milestones. Ryan has $1000 to risk... and he's going to go for it. For $2000 or nothing... by 1980 a global vaccination effort led to the virtual eradication of this, the only time that's been done to a germ. "What is smallpox?" Correct for $2000!

At the end of the Jeopardy! round...

$2,600 $7,400 $4,400
Ryan Nick Surya

Double Jeopardy! categories:

AFRICAN
HISTORY
FRIGHT-FUL
FILMS
FLOWERS &
CANDY
MYTHOLOGY YOU CAN
QUOTE ME
ON THAT
ONE B & 2 D's

Daily Double #1: $1200 One B & 2 D's. Ryan's on a tear with $13,000 to Nick's $9000 and Surya's $8400. He bets $3000 on this: it's the transmission capacity of an electronic communications device. "What is bandwidth?" That's correct. "Delibrium-da" is not, dropping him to $10,000.

Daily Double #2: $2000 African History. Ryan has $11,600, but Nick is hot on his heels with $10,600. Ryan bets $1000 on this: a kingdom of west central Africa founded around 1390 is called this, like 2 current countries, but spelled with a K. "What is Cameroon?" Nope, it's Kongo, tying him with Nick.

End of the round scores...

$11,800 $14,600 $8,800
Ryan Nick Surya

The magic number for Nick to lock the tourney away: $3801. He bets that and is correct, he wins the shoot and match straight away. If Ryan bets to lock out Surya, he too will have to bet $3801. But if he does that, he will have no chance of winning UNLESS Nick bets over $4200. So the key to victory for Nick at this point: bet the $3801 and ONLY bet the $3801.

Final Jeopardy! category: BIBLICAL KINGS

 

THESE 2 MEN FIRST MEET IN 1 SAMUEL 16 WHEN ONE BECOMES AWAY OF THE MUSICAL TALENT OF THE OTHER

 

Correct response: who are David & Saul?

Surya's response: who are David & Saul? CORRECT. Wager: $5000. Total: $13,800.
Ryan's response: who are King Saul & King David? CORRECT. Wager: $1000. Total: $12,800.
Nick's response: who are Ramses & David? WRONG. Wager: $3801. Total: $10,799.

The Final proves decisive yet again, as Ryan is vindicated for the upset victory! We will see you later on, my friend...

$14,800 $20,000 $12,800
+12,800 +10,799 +13,800
$27,600 $30,799 $26,600
1st RUNNER-UP
$50,000
CHAMPION
$100,000
2nd RUNNER-UP
$26,600

As a reminder, quarterfinal action continues Thursday for the Celebrity Invitational. Back to regular games on Monday!

To read all about the tournament and the contestants, go to www.jeopardy.com.