After a long summer hiatus, the CougCenter Monday Morning Trivia Contest is back for another year. SoCalCoug is the reigning CCMMTC champion, so the pressure is on him to repeat.
Before we get to today's question, a quick reminder on how this works. Every Monday, through basketball season, I'll post a trivia question. Everyone gets one guess, unless I otherwise note in the comments. Looking up answers in the media guide or anywhere is against the rules. If you do so, you'll be banned (not really, but don't do it). I'll list the point value of each question and then award full or partial points to the first correct answer(s).
We'll start off the 2012-13 CCMMTC with two questions. Each will be worth 10 points with partial points available on the second question.
Q1: Mike Leach is set to face his alma mater on Thursday. Who was the last WSU head coach to face the school he attended as an undergraduate?
Q2: Name the current WSU football player(s) whose father also played football for WSU.
Cougars preparing for Cougars - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Aug. 26, 2012
Washington State practiced for a little more than two hours today, continuing preparations for Brigham Young. They spent the entire session on Rogers Field for the first time in a few days. We watched and have some notes.
Furney a Cougar through and through - Spokesman.com - Aug. 27, 2012
First, understand something: Eric Russell thinks very highly of Andrew Furney.
Cougars quarterback Jeff Tuel stays steadfast despite many lean times | Bud Withers | The Seattle Times
During some idle moments recently in Washington State's fall camp, Jeff Tuel talked about a ride that's fast disappearing in his rearview mirror.
Pac-12 Preview | The Salt Lake Tribune
5. Washington State: The Cougars may not win right away, but Mike Leach is an offensive wizard. His arrival could push receiver Marquess Wilson’s stat line to video-game absurdity.
Shawn McWashington Back in Crimson and Gray - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. - Shawn McWashington is no stranger to Cougar fans, having played on one of the greatest teams in school history. McWashington was a four-year letterwinner at wide receiver for the Cougars from 1994-97. The Seattle native caught 67 passes for 998 yards and four touchdowns and was a member of WSU's "Fab Five" that earned a trip to the 1998 Rose Bowl.
JIM MOORE | Cougs are relevant again and it really feels good " Kitsap Sun
I've been following Cougar football since the fall of 1974 when I started my freshman year at Washington State.
BYU Cougars football: Coach Mike Leach has memories, wants win in Provo | Deseret News
After a two-year hiatus from coaching, Mike Leach returns to the college football sidelines this week.