Ohio Sports Trivia lets you in on the little secrets every fan should know about the peculiar, unpredictable and sometimes unbelievable stories in Buckeye State sports:
* The origins of today's NFL date back to a 1920 meeting that included Jim Thorpe, at a Hupmobile dealership in Canton
* LeBron James went from being Ohio's golden boy to public enemy number one when he signed with the Miami Heat in 2010
* Denton ''Cy'' Young, born in the tiny farming community of Gilmore, became the greatest pitcher of all time
* Columbus native James ''Buster'' Douglas shocked the world when he K.O.-ed Iron Mike Tyson in 1990 at a bout in Tokyo, Japan
* The first penalty flag was thrown at a college football game in Youngstown in 1941
* The Reds' Johnny Vander Meer is the only pitcher in Major League Baseball history to throw back-to-back no-hitters
* Willie Mosconi, ''Mr. Pocket Billiards,'' pocketed 526 balls in one evening in 1954 at a pool hall in Springfield, a record that stands today
* George Steinbrenner almost got the Cleveland Pipers into the NBA in the early 1960s, long before he bought the New York Yankees
* Bowling Green State University contributed two players to the ''Miracle on Ice'' men's hockey team that won the gold medal at the 1980 Winter Olympics.
And so much more...