Two-Minute Drill: QB Smith

Get to know more about quarterback Alex Smith as he answers these two-minute drill questions!

Q: What was your favorite memory at the University of Utah?
A: I'd say beating BYU to go to the Fiesta Bowl.

Q: What is the best thing you can cook?
A: Barbecue Ribs. Sometimes I make my own sauce depending on how creative I'm feeling.

Q: What was the first thing you bought with an NFL paycheck?
A: My house.

Q: If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?
A: Italy.

Q: What was your first job?
A: I was a Park and Rec summer camp coordinator. I was basically baby-sitting kids in the summer time.

Q: Who was your first celebrity crush?
A: Cindy Crawford.

Q: What is your favorite TV show?
A: I got a lot of shows. I'm a big fan of The Wire, Rescue Me, The Deadliest Catch and Little People Big World. Historically speaking, Seinfeld – that was a big hit.

Q: What is your perfect meal?
A: I'm always trying to gain weight, so anything with a lot of carbs.

Q: What is something that would surprise your teammates to know about you?
A: I'm a good snow boarder.

Q: What was the best concert you ever went to?
A: The Dave Matthews Band. I went multiple times, but the best one I went to was when he played a three night show in Las Vegas.

Q: What is your favorite holiday?
A: Halloween.

Q: What is the best advice you've ever received?
A: "Just have fun with it," and "Pepper makes it better," – from my older brother, he loves pepper.

Q: What is the first thing you do when you go online?
A: I check my email, or I go to MSN and check out the news to see what's going on around the world.

Q: What is the best movie of all-time?
A: Shawshank Redemption.

Q: What is something that you're awful at?
A: I'm a pretty bad tennis player and I'm not a great fisherman.

Q: What is your most cherished possession in your house?
A: My dogs. I have a chocolate lab and an English bulldog. Their names are Winston and Dwight.

Q: What CD is playing in your car right now?
A: I don't really listen to CD's. I listen to the radio.

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