RGIII and Bryce Harper both make Jeopardy

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Sure, Robert Griffin III and Bryce Harper both helped their long-suffering franchises reach the playoffs in 2012, and both won Rookie of the Year awards, and both tweeted a lot about socks.

But now they’re joined in a different, more important way: they’ve both been featured on Jeopardy. In a two-week span, no less.

RGIII’s moment came this week, though I’m not quite sure what the category was, or why the “answer” was written in the first person plural. Via @Lizzs_Lockeroom and @chrisschmitt.

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Harper’s much-discussed moment — which I somehow forgot to mention at the time — came in late January, when he inspired an entire category on the show. Via @brenl87.

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See? You’d definitely choose Clown Questions over “Name The Poet,” right? Via @ben_jammin09.

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Of course, Griffin and Harper now join other D.C. sports legends like Gilbert Arenas in being so honored. Via the Nexus.

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Also, Art Monk.

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I’m not sure if Alex Ovechkin ever made it on Jeopardy, but he was an answer on “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” way back when.

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