Okay, Whopping Game #3 coming up. You've played Headliners, you've played Bests and Worsts, now it's time for the Little-Known Facts edition of Spelling Bee Game Day.
This game's simple enough.
Come up with a little-known fact about a Scripps National Spelling Bee champion.
Here's ours: After winning the 1968 Spelling Bee with the word "gyascutus" meaning "a fictional quadruped, whose legs are longer on one side than the other to facilitate living on a hillside," Nathaniel Hufflebum spent the rest of his life searching the hills of Scandinavia for the beast. He didn't understand what "fictional" meant.
Got a little-known fact about the Bee? Post it in the comments.