With Washington State beginning spring practice, I'm going to use it as an excuse to sneak in a football trivia question or two.
WSU lost a few notable players from last season, but that doesn't mean the roster is completely bare. In fact, WSU has one record holder returning next season. The question is ...
Q1: Which player on the spring roster is the current holder of a WSU single-game, season or career record?
Q2: What record does said player own?
Leach begins his second spring at Wazzu | National Football Post
Washington State began spring practice on Thursday in preparation for its spring game on April 20. Let's take a look at some of the key storylines that will play out in Pullman this spring as the Cougars look to improve on a 3-9 mark in Mike Leach's first season.
A Washington State University football player was taken to the hospital early today after a party apparently ended in a fight involving members of the Cougar and University of Idaho football teams.
The Cougars continued to roll through their series with Brown, defeating the Bears 20-1 on Sunday. I'd say this series has gone OK for WSU.
#WSU has outscored Brown 42-3 so far this series, and there's still a game tomorrow night.— Brett Gleason (@brett_gleason) March 24, 2013
Cougars Clobber Bears - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State used solid pitching and an 18-hit attack to whip Brown 20-1 in nonconference baseball, Sunday at Bailey-Brayton Field.
Cougars crush Brown - Spokesman.com - March 25, 2013
Jason Monda’s grand slam highlighted an eight-run eighth inning and the Washington State Cougars (14-8) unleashed the bats en route to a 20-1 nonconference win over the Brown Bears (1-9) on Sunday in Pullman.