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HOT COUGAR ACTION: Monday Morning Trivia And Links

It's time for another edition of the CougCenter Monday Morning Trivia Contest or the CCMMTC as I like to call it. This is week two of the official contest, with Bearcat44 currently holding a commanding 10 point lead. Everyone else is tied for second place with zero points. 

Today's question is inspired by Marquess Wilson, who inspires a lot of trivia questions as he rewrites the WSU receiving record book. Wilson caught his second touchdown pass of the season Saturday and now has a receiving touchdown in four straight games dating back to last season. An impressive streak, but still short of the WSU record. 

So today's question: who hold the WSU record for consecutive games with a receiving touchdown and what is the record? For clarity, this streak can span over multiple seasons.

WSU football

Hard work pays dividends in Pullman - - Sept. 11, 2011
PULLMAN – Heady territory, this 2-0 stuff. But the 59-7 whipping Washington State put on UNLV on Saturday at Martin Stadium was not the only win in coach Paul Wulff’s household last week.

Sunday nights from WSU - SportsLink - - Sept. 11, 2011
We spent some time talking with and listening to Paul Wulff on his Sunday night conference call with the media, which allows us to put together a follow story and pass along even more nuggets to you. Read on.

College football Michigan Arizona great late shows 091111 - College Football News | FOX Sports on MSN
But amidst this quagmire of mind-numbing football emerged a Pac-12 surprise, a team from Pullman, Wash., that everyone had pegged for another bad season.

Scandals give way to trilling football weekend -
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Washington State beat UNLV 59-7 to start the season 2-0 for the first time since 2005.

Washington State is West Coast's juggernaut
Guess who's leading the nation in scoring. Hint: It's a West Coast team, but it's not Oregon or Stanford or Boise State.

Cougars, Lobbestael leading nation " Kitsap Sun
PULLMAN — Statistics never tell the entire story in sports, but the numbers put up by the Washington State Cougars in their first two games provide overwhelming evidence of the progress made since coach Paul Wulff's first season in 2008.

Huskies, Cougars rising - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN
Might the Apple Cup mean something this year? The last time both Washington and Washington State were 2-0? 2001. But both programs are unbeaten through two weeks after posting impressive, though very different, wins on Saturday. They did share one thing: Quarterback play well above expectations.

A first look at San Diego State

These aren't the Aztecs of old -
SDSU (2-0) next plays at home Saturday against Washington State (2-0), the nation’s leading scorer with 61.5 points per game. The Cougars’ starting quarterback Jeff Tuel was injured in the season opener against Idaho State, but backup Marshall Lobbestael didn’t seem to have trouble in Saturday’s 59-7 win against UNLV. "They’re by far the most athletic, biggest, strongest, fastest team we’ve played to this point," Long said.

Today this, tomorrow clapping in the stands will be grounds for ejection

Head of Pac-12 Officiating: 'Oregon's 'O' is unsportsmanlike conduct' - Addicted To Quack

Paul Wulff interview via WSU Athletics

Coach Wulff after UNLV win! (via WSUCougarAthletics)


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