A real estate agent from Huron Township will be competing on the new internet game show Sports Jeopardy Wednesday morning.
Roy Hollis will compete on the show, which is 30 minutes long and is similar to regular Jeopardy, except it focuses only on sports topics and history.
Sports Jeopardy will air March 9 on Crackle, which is an online streaming video service owned by Sony Pictures Television.
The broadcast of the show can be watched for free at anytime by visiting www.crackle.com/sports-jeopardy.
For more information about the show, visit www.sportsjeopardy.com.