I'm guessing Motum didn't make this dunk.
Outside of the hiring or a few assistant coaches, major football news is about done until signing day in February. So with that, it is time to transition to basketball season starting with today's Monday morning trivia question.
As you might know, the men's basketball team beat Santa Clara 93-55 last night. It's not everyday WSU scores 90 plus points which leads to today's three trivia questions. Each are worth 10 points, closest to the answer by 3 p.m. gets the points if no one
cheats guesses correctly.
Q1: Including yesterday, how many times has WSU scored at least 90 points in a game?
Q2: How many times have the Cougs surpassed 100 points in a game?
Q3: What is WSU's single game record for points scored?
Leach's less-traveled path to Pullman - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Dec. 11, 2011
Weird questions run through my mind sometimes, especially as they relate to sports. The nice part of this job, though, is when such questions pop up, oftentimes you get to ask them. Read on.
Motum Powers Cougars Past Santa Clara 93-55 - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) - Brock Motum scored a career-high 27 points to lead Washington State to a 93-55 victory against Santa Clara on Sunday. Charlie Enquist had 18 points and 10 rebounds for the Cougars (6-4).
Cougs Use Second Half Surge To Cruise Past UC Riverside - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. -- Washington State University used a 23-0 second half run to post a dominating 74-35 victory over UC Riverside at Beasley Coliseum Sunday afternoon. The Cougars improved to 6-4 after holding the Highlanders (1-7) to 35 points, the fewest points scored by a WSU opponent since Alaska-Anchorage reached the same mark in the Washington State's 76-35 victory Feb. 23, 1979. The 39-point win is also the largest margin of victory since WSU beat Wyoming 94-49 Nov. 24, 1998.
Trio leads Cougars to rout of Santa Clara - Spokesman.com - Dec. 11, 2011
PULLMAN – Early in the first half, before this Sunday afternoon game became a snoozer, Charlie Enquist showed a physical side – and confidence – that hasn’t always been there during his Washington State career.
Small crowd watches WSU win fourth straight " Kitsap Sun
PULLMAN — The Washington State Cougars, playing without three potential starters, just keep winning basketball games. If only the Cougars could get someone in Pullman to notice.
UT assistant Russell headed to Washington State | timesfreepress.com
A source close to the football program told the Times Free Press on Sunday afternoon that special teams coordinator/tight ends coach Eric Russell was leaving UT to join the staff at Washington State.