While Brock Motum probably won't win Pac-12 player of the year, even if he should, his strong season has virtually guaranteed him a spot on the Pac-12 first team. Washington State doesn't have the most storied history when it comes to all-conference selections, which leads us to today's two trivia questions.
Q1: Who was the last WSU forward or center to be named to the Pac-12* first team?
Q2: Since 1916, how many total all-conference selections has WSU had? This includes first, second and third team selections.
*Or whatever the conference was being called at the time.
Blackie1829 - 87
Wazzu-Hondo - 80
SoCalCoug - 78
Craig - 60
BigWood - 55
Coug999 - 43
Nusser - 40
Neil Vincent Roberts - 34
WazzuCrew11 - 25
B-lot tailgater - 24
Bearcat44 - 20
Cougdude50 - 15
LeaveItToWeaver - 15
Johnnycougar - 13
Rancourt - 10
BleedCrimson - 10
02Coug - 10
cfred - 10
wsubigdeal - 10
Shellin - 10
sdcoug09 - 10
-Tag - 10
t-line_coug - 5
Rochestie4ever - 5
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