Aaron Rodgers needs to brush up on his Apple knowledge.
The star Green Bay Packers quarterback competed in Celebrity Jeopardy on Tuesday against Shark Tank’s Kevin O’Leary and astronaut Mark Kelly.
Though the two-time NFL MVP walked away as Tuesday’s champion, he flubbed up a tech-related question that elicited an F-bomb on live television.
Here was the clue:
Steve Wozniak left Cal to co-found this computer company but returned in 1981
Rodgers buzzed in quickly and seemed confident. But when he answered with “IBM,” Alex Trebek corrected him with, “Apple.”
Frustrated with himself, Rodgers seemed to let out some of his angst with a “fuck.”
Rodgers is a Chico, Calif. native. He also spent three years playing football at University of California, Berkeley.
But even so, the quarterback doesn’t quite have his local technology history down.
It’s OK, though — Rodgers now holds the distinction of the only person to ever win a Super Bowl MVP and an episode on Jeopardy.
Good job, Aaron. We’ll see you Sept. 20 on Sunday Night Football.