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HOT COUGAR ACTION: Monday Morning Trivia

The football team may let you down, but the CougCenter Monday Morning Trivia Question will always be there to cheer you up.* Last week's question really shook up the standings, but fear not CougCenterers, BigWood has not yet claimed victory. In an effort to hand out as many points as possible, today's question will be a not one, not two but three part question.

So let's get to it. In case you hadn't noticed, WSU is now on a three game losing streak. Do you know what all three games have in common? Yep, you are right, Damante Horton has intercepted a pass in all of them. He is the fourth WSU player since 2000 to intercept at least one pass in three straight games. So here is today's question.

Since 2000 who are the other three WSU players to intercept a pass in at least three straight games? The first person to correctly name any one of the players will receive 15 points, meaning 45 points are up for grabs. Bonus five points to the first person to correctly guess the longest interception streak since 2000.

CCMMTC Standings

BigWood - 55

Wazzu-Hondo - 40

Blackie1829 - 37

Coug999 - 33

SoCalCoug - 33

Craig - 25

B-lot tailgater - 24

Neil Vincent Roberts - 24

Cougdude50 - 15

Bearcat44 - 10 

Tinit -10

Johnnycougar - 3


*Most of the time.

Blanchette: Cougars deserve boos that rained down - - Oct. 23, 2011
SEATTLE – Since they let the fans pick the uniforms online last week, maybe the next step for the Washington State Cougars is to let them call the plays from the stands.

Overnight reviews do little to help Cougars - - Oct. 23, 2011
PULLMAN – On the bus ride from Seattle back to Pullman in the dark of early Sunday morning, Washington State football coach Paul Wulff pulled out his laptop. It was time to watch a film. Game film.

WSU's morning-after post, Parts I and II - SportsLink - - Oct. 23, 2011
OK, we've taken a bit more time, have tooled around the Web to gather Pac-12 information – any second thoughts Utah? – and pulled together some notes and quotes about last night. Read on.

Pac-12 Confidential | Huskies, Cougars: A matter of maturity | Seattle Times Newspaper
Well, that was a memorable Saturday, wasn't it, for state-of-Washington football fans? Stanford and Oregon State combined to stone Washington and WSU by a combined score -- let's see, nine, carry the one -- of 109-42. Safe to say there's more work to be done on both programs?

Washington State drops third straight with 44-21 loss to Oregon State - The Washington Post
SEATTLE — A home game here could have been just what Washington State needed to get its program turned around. Oregon State had other plans.

WSU's Tuel questionable for Oregon game " Kitsap Sun
Washington State football coach Paul Wulff says odds are "50-50" on starting quarterback Jeff Tuel playing at Oregon on Saturday. Wulff only wishes the odds were that promising on WSU beating Oregon.