Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Mario Manningham - Not A Genius


Michigan WR Mario Manningham scored a whopping 6 on the wonderlic. That's impressive. Out of 50 questions, couldn't you guess every single one and get higher than a 6? You have to wonder how many classes he could pass at Michigan if he wasn't a football player? Bowling doesn't count.

5 comments:

garcia said...

"While an average football player usually scores around 20 points, Wonderlic, Inc. claims a score of at least 10 points suggests a person is literate."

This is from the wikipedia definition of the Wonderlic Test. How is Mario supposed to read a defense, when he can't read? I see that our man Jordy Nelson scored a 28! And Brohm? A 32!

What would Ned Yost get if he took a Wonderlic Test for Baseball IQ?

Krey said...

Wile E. Coyote....super genious!

brian said...

I just recently took the Wonderlic test a few weeks ago down here at Fort Bragg for special forces psych testing. Now, I did extremely well academically in highschool and college, but that test was by no means even remotely easy. I was only able to answer 39 of the questions before time ran out(but then again I also took the test immediately after an 8 mile run and an hour of punishment "exercises").

Woz said...

Brian...did you score higher than a 6?

brian said...

yes...much much higher than a 6