I was watching the show The American Bible Challenge, and heard Jeff Foxworthy say:
They have written all the books of the Old Testament, all the books of the New Testament, the Ten Commandments, and I'm pretty sure the starting lineup to the Lakers on this right here.
The preposition to sounded kind of jarring here. I would've used of and said "the starting lineup of the Lakers." Google searches for "the starting lineup to" doesn't show much, while "the starting lineup of" seems to be much more common. Can to be used here at all?