In a thrilling final, an Imperial team with no less than two Computing students took victory over Corpus Christi, Cambridge by 275 points to 105.

Brandon Blackwell interview: 'I didn't win University Challenge because I was born clever' The astonishingly knowledgeable New Yorker who led Imperial College to … Imperial College's Brandon Blackwell has been non-stop talked about on Twitter - here's why! Brandon Blackwell (born Brandon Saunders) from New York City, is a contestant who appeared on the 11th season of the U.S. version of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire (shuffle format) who attemped to play for his grandmother's medical procedure. This year's team is made up of four Imperial students: Brandon Blackwell, Richard Brooks, Conor McMeel, and team captain Caleb Rich. Brandon Blackwell responds after drawing flak for showing emotion on the BBC show Wed 22 Apr 2020 05.16 EDT Last modified on Wed 22 Apr 2020 15.55 EDT Share on Facebook This year's team is made up of four Imperial students: Brandon Blackwell, Richard Brooks, Conor McMeel, and team captain Caleb Rich. Pictured with team-mates Brandon Blackwell, Conor McMeel, and team captain Caleb Rich - …

University Challenge final: Brandon vs Wang – a heavyweight clash that barely got past round one 3. University Challenge final 2020: how Brandon Blackwell and Ian Wang took their teams to the final - and what time it's on tonight ... Imperial College team. University Challenge fans were treated to a clash of the titans when Brandon 'The Scowler' Blackwell of Imperial College London triumphed over Ian 'Grandmaster Wang' of Corpus Christi Cambridge in last night's hotly-anticipated final.Both teams made Imperial students Brandon, Caleb, Richard and Conor have reached the semi-finals of BBC Two’s popular quiz show University Challenge. They are the third Imperial team to win since 1996.


Imperial College computing student Brandon, originally from Queens, New York, helped lead his team to victory with his dazzling general knowledge - and prompted a joke from Paxman. Imperial College wins much-hyped final of University Challenge This article is more than 1 month old Social media stars Ian Wang and Brandon Blackwell face off, with latter victorious Imperial students Brandon, Caleb, Richard and Conor have reached the semi-finals of BBC Two’s popular quiz show University Challenge. Imperial College London have won the final of University Challenge against Corpus Christi of Cambridge, scoring 275 points while their opponents managed just 105. Brandon Blackwell, 26, from Queens, New York, who provides the majority of correct answers for Imperial College London, will go head-to-head against Ian Wang, from Sale, Greater Manchester, who is captain of Corpus Christi, Cambridge in the BBC Two trivia quiz show. Save New Yorker Brandon Blackwell was impressive as Imperial College… ... University Challenge: Brandon is Imperial College’s quirky genius - but fans are divided by his sass! Richard Brooks is a finalist in University Challenge 2019-20, representing Imperial College London. Imperial College London student Brandon has divided the nation as some University Challenge fans marvelled at his intellect while others fumed about his facial expressions.
Save New Yorker Brandon Blackwell was impressive as Imperial College… Anne Hegerty, 61, took to Twitter to defend Imperial University student Brandon, who appeared on last week’s University Challenge. March 17, 2020 ... Brandon is currently studying for a Masters in Computing from Imperial College. The winning Imperial team was made up of Caleb Rich, Brandon Blackwell (captain, Computing), Richard Brooks and Conor McMeel (Computing). He walked away with$43,100 after walking away at the$100,000 question. Both impressive teams had come to the show with no defeats, but fans were eager to see two of the contestants – Brandon Blackwell, of Imperial College , and Ian Wang, of Corpus Christi – battle […] Brandon Blackwell, 26, from Queens, New York, who provides the majority of correct answers for Imperial College London, will go head-to-head against Ian Wang, from Sale, Greater Manchester, who is captain of Corpus Christi, Cambridge in the BBC Two trivia quiz show. Menu.