HOT COUGAR ACTION: Monday Morning Trivia And Links

We are light on the links today, but make up for it with a super-sized trivia question. Usually, I post a question then give everyone as many guesses as they want until the correct answer is posted. Today, I'm going to do things a bit differently. Today's MMTQ is an 11-part question.. Everyone can post one guess, then at 2 p.m. I'll post the correct answer and award crazy amounts of partial points. Everyone will get three points for every part they guess correctly, 40 if you get the entire question correct.

This is a fairly easy question to look up, but anyone I suspect of cheating will be banned for life. Okay, that isn't true, but let's try to avoid looking the answers up. So to recap, one guess each, partial points awarded, don't cheat.

Q: What is WSU's longest winning streak against each of its Pac-12 counterparts? Copy and paste the list below for easy answering. This is all-time winning streaks not active streaks.

Arizona - 

Arizona State - 

Oregon - 

Oregon State -

Ucla - 

USC - 

California - 

Stanford - 

Washington - 

Utah - 

Colorado - 


Current CCMMTC Standings

BigWood - 15

Bearcat44 - 10 

Tinit -10

Blackie1829 - 10

Craig - 10

Johnnycougar - 3

Coug999 - 3

SoCalCoug - 3

Shadle's Boese commits to WSU; Stanford review - SportsLink - - Oct. 16, 2011
We'll be back soon with our post on Paul Wulff's press conference but we wanted to pass along some news. Read on.

Cougars make the grade at halfway point - - Oct. 16, 2011
PULLMAN – Washington State football coach Paul Wulff wasn’t happy with his team’s performance Saturday night against seventh-ranked Stanford. But he wasn’t about to let it color his thinking about the first half of the Cougars’ season. Well, not too much.

WSU tackle Jacobson out for season " Kitsap Sun
Washington State football coach Paul Wulff said Sunday "it looks more probable" that starting offensive tackle Wade Jacobson will undergo season-ending back surgery.

WSU men, Bone begin anew | Tri-City Herald - The News Tribune
PULLMAN -- The sizzle came later in Bohler Gym, as Washington State's men's basketball team joined with the Cougars women in their annual Midnight Mayhem season-kickoff event. Could Cougar D become next year's Stanford?
PULLMAN -- A good game turned into a long game Saturday night for Washington State, but along the way while sitting in Martin Stadium’s press box, a thought occurred to me: The Cougars could be next year’s Stanford. OK, maybe not No. 5-ranked and all that. But darned good and a tour de force on many Saturdays as the Cardinal have been this season?

Ryan Leaf: 'It's been a full circle for him' | Great Falls Tribune |
There are still two seconds left in the 1998 Rose Bowl. Fans of Washington State University will argue that as long as they live.

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