Could Kentucky beat the worst NBA team? Well, we all have our very strong opinions on the matter, but I'm pretty sure the Bobcats couldn't beat Anthony Davis.
How about the 1938 Redskins? Could they beat the worst team in the NBA? Maybe so, since they'd have more people. What about a 1938 college football team? Well, wouldn't you like to know that they apparently tried to do just that, based on a newspaper ad out at the time?
CHALLENGE TO ANY COLLEGE FOOTBALL TEAM IN AMERICA
The [Washington] Redskins offer to go anywhere and play any single college team in the country a sixty-minute game under any rules, behind closed gates, without benefit of [UNREADABLE] office, to prove they can beat a college [UNREADABLE] any day in the week.
The 1938 Redskins went 6-3-2, while the national champion was either TCU or Tennessee or somebody. That TCU team was quarterbacked by Davey O'Brien, who went on to have a middlin' NFL career with the Eagles. He went 0-4 as a starter against the Redskins, so there's your answer.
While we're here, let's watch some college football videos from SB Nation's new YouTube channel together: