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Moving on from Oregon State and looking ahead to the matchup with Oregon with a pair of trivia questions.

William Mancebo

Washington State is coming off a brutal loss and will now have to go on the road against No. 2 Oregon. Not exactly an ideal scenario, but WSU has had some success against ranked opponents ...

Q1: How many times has WSU beaten a team ranked in the Associated Press top five? Bonus points for naming the opponent and year.

Q2: How many times has WSU beaten a ranked team (AP) on the road?

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Football:

Pac-12 bowl projections: Week 7 - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN
Heart of Dallas Bowl (Jan. 1, 2014): Washington State vs. Conference USA

Ducks hold strong at No. 2, WSU next up - GoDucks.com - The University of Oregon Official Athletics Web Site
Oregon experienced little movement in the national polls Sunday, in the wake of the Ducks' 45-24 win at Washington a day earlier.

No. 2 Oregon up next for Cougars - Spokesman.com - Oct. 13, 2013
Fresh off of one of the toughest one-quarter beatings a team can take, the Washington State Cougars won’t have much time to lick their wounds.

A Day with Ol' Crimson - Washington State University Official Athletic Site

Kyle Nash experienced a full day. And it wasn't even five o'clock in the afternoon.

Soccer:

Cougars Lose to Utes in Double Overtime - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. – Katie Taylor’s goal in the 104th minute provided visiting Utah a 4-3 Pac-12 Conference women’s soccer victory over Washington State, Sunday.

Volleyball:

Volleyball Drops Heartbreaker to Arizona in Five - Washington State University Official Athletic Site

Cougar freshman Kyra Holt’s 21 kills and 18 digs was not enough Sunday afternoon in Bohler Gym as the Washington State volleyball team (2-4 Pac-12, 15-4 overall) fell to Arizona (3-3, 13-5) in five sets with scores of 25-23, 22-25, 23-25, 25-17, and 15-12.