A sophomore at Stanford University from Burlingame, California...

Jeff Love

Where do you see yourself in ten years?
Well, in ten years, I see myself doing something that is... something that nobody else ca--is doing. I want to be unique, and I don't know what that is yet, but, but, I have a lot of goals that I wanna fulfill, you know, travel, and help poor people in the Third World and everything. I really don't know, but doing something that nobody else can do.

If you could create your own Jeopardy! category, what would it be?
Well, I think if I could create my own Jeopardy! category, it would probably be about, you know, San Francisco or Stanford and my hometown because I'm from there and I know a lot about it. Other than that, you know, I feel like I have a broad range of knowledge, so American history would be nice, but that's about it.

What did you do to prepare for today?
Actually, to prepare for today, I bought this book on cultural literacy. This guy claims to know what they're going to ask on Jeopardy! Um, actually I think he did a pretty good job. For the audition I read the book, and I got maybe 10 of the 50 questions right because I'd read the book the weekend before, so...

2004 College Championship quarterfinalist: $5,000.

Jeff won $1,000 on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire on 2007-02-14 and 2007-02-15.

Jeff appeared in the following archived game:
#4644, aired 2004-11-11 Amanda Nowotny vs. Jeff Love vs. Vicky Manos 2004 College Championship quarterfinal game 2.

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