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Hot Cougar Action: Monday morning trivia

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The Cougs may have lost over the weekend, but there will be no losers in the Monday morning trivia. Well, actually there will be a lot of losers, but at least one person will win!

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While Washington State is still searching for it's first Pac-12 win of the season, I was somehow able to come up with a couple of trivia questions that don't involve losing streaks. Unfortunately, it may not stay that way for long.

Q1: Brock Motum currently leads WSU in points per game and rebounds per game, just as he did last season. Name the last player not named Motum to lead WSU in both PPG and RPG in the same season.

Q2: While Motum leads WSU in rebounding, Mike Ladd is not far behind. Who was the last guard to lead the Cougars in rebounds per game?

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Women's basketball

The WSU women's basketball team lost a close one to USC on Sunday. USC went ahead with two free throws with just 0.8 seconds remaining after WSU was called for a loose ball foul. Brutal.

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USC Slips Past Cougars After Two Last-Second Free Throws - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
LOS ANGELES - Washington State suffered a 61-59 defeat to USC after the Trojans hit two free throws with .8 seconds remaining at the Galen Center Sunday. A controversial foul was called after a pair of players collided while battling for a loose ball and USC's Ariya Crook sank both free throws to clinch the win. The Cougars dropped to 5-10 overall and 1-3 in Pac-12 play while USC improved to 7-8 and moved into a tie atop the conference standings with UCLA after winning its first four conference contests.

Football recruiting

Hunter Jarmon visited WSU this weekend and I know you may be surprised to hear this, but he enjoyed his visit. Imagine that, a kid on a recruiting trip had a good time.

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4-star WR talks Wazzu visit; TTU next - ESPN
Four-star wide receiver Hunter Jarmon (Waco, Texas/Midway) admitted that he had a different idea of what Pullman, Wash., and Washington State looked like. In fact, what he envisioned was the exact opposite of what he saw on his official visit over the weekend.