Lost in all of the talk of coaching hot seats, medical hardships, radio rants and who is or is not a 'nog, has been the fact WSU is averaging 33.3 PPG. I remember a time in the last two seasons where a friend and I celebrated the fact the team scored 20 points in a game. That got me to thinking, which leads to today's three part CCMMTQ.
Q: Since 1917, how many seasons has WSU averaged 30.0 or more points per game? Not including 2011.
Q: Since 1917, what is WSU's highest single season points per game average?
Q: Since 1917, what is WSU's lowest single season points per game average?
Each question will be worth 10 points. If there is no correct answer by 3 p.m, the closest guess will receive the points. If you get all three answers exactly correct you will receive eleventy billion negative points for being a cheater.
Up to the second standings:
Wazzu-Hondo - 60
BigWood - 55
SoCalCoug - 48
Blackie1829 - 37
Coug999 - 33
Craig - 25
B-lot tailgater - 24
Neil Vincent Roberts - 24
Cougdude50 - 15
LeaveItToWeaver - 15
Bearcat44 - 10
Johnnycougar - 3
Oregon struggles in football win; Ducks beat Washington State with James, Thomas, but it's not easy | State | The Bulletin
The stars were back, but the Ducks do not appear ready for a grueling November. Despite being an overwhelming 35-point favorite, No. 7 Oregon staggered its way to its seventh consecutive victory, a 43-28 decision over Washington State on a cloudy Saturday afternoon at Autzen Stadium.
California Golden Bears Vs. Washington State Cougars 11/5/11: Tyrone's Free College Football Pick Against the Spread " Sports Chat Place
The 4-4, 1-4 California Golden Bears can still become bowl eligible, but they're going to have to avoid three more meltdowns in their final four games. California's next test is a home game of sorts in San Francisco against the beat-up 3-5, 1-4 Washington State Cougars.
College football: Cal coach Jeff Tedford will evaluate both Zach Maynard and Allan Bridgford before deciding on starting quarterback against Washington State - San Jose Mercury News
Cal coach Jeff Tedford said Sunday that he'll "evaluate it as the week goes on" before deciding on a starting quarterback for Saturday's game against Washington State.
Talking Points: Wulff on the hot seat | The Columbian
With Washington State suffering its fourth straight loss — this one at the hands of Oregon — you can bet the Dens of Venom known as chat rooms will be filled with disgust for Cougars coach Paul Wulff.
Only deluded believe Cougs should win - Spokesman.com - Oct. 30, 2011
I read with interest Paul Wulff’s claim that the Oregon State loss was most disappointing because improvement of the Cougar football program has given fans the chance to expect victory.
Settle in for a long WSU morning-after post - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Oct. 30, 2011
With an early start time for Saturday's game, there was enough time to get organized afterward, write and then put together items for this morning's post. Plenty of time. So we have more than usual for you on the link. Read on.
Washington State left to lament its mistakes | Two interceptions in the red zone and special teams blowups combine to cost the Cougars an upset shot
There’s something about the Oregon Ducks that brings out the fight in Washington State. For the second consecutive year the Cougars scrapped with a highly touted Oregon team and afterward talked about what could have been. WSU coach Paul Wulff, whose team fell to 3-5 overall and 1-4 in Pac-12 play, even brought up the "M" word after his team’s 43-28 loss Saturday. "Moral victories ... those things don’t matter to us anymore," he said. "We’re better than that. We want to win games."
Cougar Soccer Victorious at Arizona - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
TUCSON, Ariz. - Tiara Pittman and Brandi Vega each scored a first half goal for Washington State and the Cougars defeated Arizona 2-0, Sunday in Pac-12 women's soccer. With the victory, Washington State (12-6-2, 6-3-1 Pac-12) won for third-straight time in Tucson, and has won six of the last seven meetings overall with Arizona (1-15-2, 1-8-1 Pac-12).