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HOT COUGAR ACTION: Monday Morning Links

No time to waste, so let's get right into today's trivia question. The football team is 3-6 with three games to play. Win all three and they will be rewarded with a bowl game. This got me to thinking, which leads to today's two trivia questions.

Q: Since 1917 how many winning streaks of at least three games has WSU had?

Q: How many times has WSU won at least three consecutive conference games since joining the Pac-8/10/12?

Each question will be worth 10 points. If no one guesses correctly by 3 p.m. the closest guess wins.

You'll probably see the standings scrolling on the ESPN bottomline later, but if you don't here they are.

Wazzu-Hondo - 60

BigWood - 55

SoCalCoug - 48

Blackie1829 - 47

Coug999 - 43

Craig - 25

B-lot tailgater - 24

Neil Vincent Roberts - 24

Bearcat44 - 20 

Cougdude50 - 15

LeaveItToWeaver - 15

Tinit -10

Johnnycougar - 3

WSU's loss to Cal, day-after post Part 1 and Part 2 - SportsLink - - Nov. 6, 2011
Is it appropriate today is the day everyone in the state of Washington falls back? You can discuss that amongst yourself as we present, in this go round, the links to yesterday's Washington State football game. And basketball coverage. Read on.

One more Sunday post - SportsLink - - Nov. 6, 2011
We promised we would be back after Paul Wulff's press conference – why, I'm not really sure – so we are. Read on.

Cougars must win out to end bowl drought - - Nov. 6, 2011
PULLMAN – After Saturday’s deflating 30-7 defeat at the hands of a California team that came in sporting a .500 overall record and tied with Washington State at the bottom of the Pac-12 North, Paul Wulff was introspective.

WSU Notebook: Tuel could be gone for season " Kitsap Sun
Twenty-four hours after losing their fifth straight game, the Washington State Cougars learned they may have lost starting quarterback Jeff Tuel for the season.

Cougars Defeat Warriors 88-41 in Exhibition Action - SWX Right Now-Sports for Spokane, CdA, Tri-Cities, WA
PULLMAN, Wash. – Freshman DaVonté Lacy scored a game-high 21 points in his Cougar debut as Washington State University men's basketball defeated Lewis-Clark State College, 88-41, in exhibition action Saturday night at Beasley Coliseum.

What we learned in the Pac-12: Week 10 - College Football Nation Blog - ESPN
Paul Wulff is in trouble: Washington State started 3-1, and there was reasonable hope that the Cougars had turned a corner. But after five consecutive losses, including a pounding at Cal on Saturday, most of the early-season optimism is gone. The schedule ahead -- Arizona State, Utah and Washington -- is rugged. The Cougs will be underdogs in each game. But if coach Paul Wulff doesn't produce an upset or two, it's hard to imagine him keeping his job.

Brink starting to earn passing grades - Winnipeg Free Press

CALGARY -- You go into battle with the army you have, not the one you'd like to have. The reality for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers right now is that they may very well have to be led into the playoff battle this month by backup quarterback Alex Brink rather than their banged-up starter of choice, Buck Pierce.