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HOT COUGAR ACTION: Monday Morning Trivia

Recaps of the men's basketball team's loss to Washington can be found after the jump, but first we have the Monday morning trivia question to get to. Today's question is a bit different, mostly because I'm short on time, so I'm trusting you all to not cheat because it would be very easy to look this up.

Q: Six different Cougars have led the men's team in scoring in a game this season. Name them and the number of games they finished as the leading scorer.

WSU has played 17 games so your total should add up to that. The first person to guess a player's correct number of games will receive five points per correct player. Here is another tip, Brock Motum is one of the six players.

Huskies dominate second half, pull out win over Cougars - - Jan. 15, 2012
SEATTLE – It’s not inaccurate to say Terrence Ross stole the show Sunday afternoon, sparking a second-half burst that helped Washington run Washington State out of Hec Edmundson Pavilion in a 75-65 Huskies win.

POSTGAME NOTES: Washington State at Washington - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Washington State Notes: Three Cougars finished in double figures as Faisal Aden led the way with 18...Brock Motum added 17 and DaVonté Lacy with 10.

Cougars Fall as Huskies Rally to Win, 75-65 - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
SEATTLE (AP) - Terrence Ross overcame an awful first half of shooting to score 26 of his career-high 30 points in the second half, Darnell Gant added 10 of his 13 during Washington's decisive second-half run, and the Huskies rallied from 10 points down in the second half to beat rival Washington State 75-65 on Sunday night.

The game that was: Washington 75, WSU 65 - SportsLink - - Jan. 15, 2012
FROM SEATTLE — Just filed our game story, and we'll link that when it's up. But for now, here's our capsulated look at tonight's game, a 75-65 win for Washington over Washington State.

Postgame quote sheet: UW 75, WSU 65 - SportsLink - - Jan. 15, 2012
FROM SEATTLE — It's going to be a long, slow drive back to Pullman tomorrow morning, and we're hitting the road early to take full advantage of the daylight. So here are some quick quotes from each team after Washington's 75-65 win over WSU. This will be it as far as blogging until I get back into the 509.

Ross, technical foul propel Huskies to win over Cougs | Sports - The News Tribune
Could a technical foul have actually saved the Washington Huskies’ season and kept their NCAA tournament hopes alive? It’s possible.

JIM MOORE: We were in Coug heaven, then it went to ... " Kitsap Sun
SEATTLE — Two dramatically contrasting views of Washington's 75-65 victory over Washington State Sunday night at Alaska Airlines Arena:

Football: Gabe Marks commits to Washington State -
All-City receiver Gabe Marks of Venice has committed to Washington State. He just came back from a recruiting visit. "Everything about the school and the people was good," Marks said. Marks previously had been committed to Southern Methodist.