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Hot Cougar Action: Monday morning trivia

Pac-12 play is about to begin and there is no better way to kick it off than with some trivia. Actually, there are a lot of better ways to kick it off but this is what you are stuck with.


Gone are the likes of Jackson State, Buffalo and Idaho State. In their place will be Washington, Arizona and UCLA. That is right, it's time for Pac-12 basketball season. To get in the conference season spirit, we have three trivia questions.

Q1: Against Pac-12 opponents, WSU has the worst winning percentage against UCLA, but who do they have the second worst winning percentage against?

Q2: Which Pac-12 foe does WSU have the highest winning percentage against?

Q3: WSU has been playing basketball since 1901, but which of the Pac-12 teams has WSU played the most?



Remember the 2003 Holiday Bowl? Well you can relive some of it with a look back from WSU Athletics.


Honor The Past: 2003 Pacific Life Holiday Bowl - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
SAN DIEGO - Washington State reached the 10-win plateau for the third time in as many seasons with a 28-20 comeback victory over No. 5 Texas in the Pacific Life Holiday Bowl.

Men's basketball

Nothing too earth shattering today because if you are reading this there is already a very good chance you know Will DiIorio is back. If not, the Bainbridge Island Review has your back.


Men's basketball: Filled up on cupcakes, WSU Cougars ready for Pac-12 | WSU Cougars - The News Tribune
KENNEWICK – The Idaho State Bengals had just completed a first half that solidified their standing as one of the worst NCAA Division I men’s basketball teams in the land when two teams of grade-schoolers engaged in a brief halftime scrimmage at the Toyota Center.

DiIorio is back on court for WSU Cougars’ basketball - Bainbridge Island Review
Will DiIorio is back in action. DiIorio saw his first time on the basketball court for the Washington State Cougars in last week’s Cougar Hardwood Classic since he sprained his left ankle against Gonzaga on