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Bye week trivia? Bye week trivia!

Steve Dykes

WSU's loss on Saturday was of the record-setting variety, which opened countless possibilities for today's trivia questions. We'll dive into that a bit and some bye week facts. Remember, no looking the answers up, that would be low class BS.

Q1: Before Connor Halliday obliterated it, who held the WSU record for pass attempts in a game?

Q2: Halliday has now thrown 17 interceptions this season. The sheer number of pass attempts is going against him, but he could be on his way to setting a new WSU single-season record. Which two players are currently tied for that record?

Q3: When was the last season WSU entered it's first bye week with a .500 or better record?


What we learned in Pac-12 football: Week 8 - ESPN
Washington State, which is on bye next week, has four cracks left at two wins to become bowl eligible. The North, at least this week, has a little more clarity. But don't be shocked if that clarity gets muddied in the coming weeks.

Pac-12 bowl projections: Week 8 - ESPN
Obviously, Washington State was dumped this week. As of now, we project the Cougars finishing 5-7. It also wouldn't shock me if they won three of their final four games. The Apple Cup, in fact, might turn out to be very, very important for both programs.

"Perfect time" for a bye for Cougars - - Oct. 20, 2013

The Washington State football team is two-thirds of the way through its season and ready for a break. In the words of quarterback Connor Halliday, "It’s kind of a perfect time for the bye week."

Tower Crane Removed - Washington State University Official Athletic Site

Nearly five months to the day after it was installed, the tower crane for the football operations building construction was removed, Saturday. The crane was put in place, May 18.

Mark Helfrich post-Washington State: 'It's really hard to win, and really hard to win consistently' |

Oregon coach Mark Helfrich spoke about Nick Aliotti's comments about Washington State coach Mike Leach, the first BCS standings and UCLA on his Sunday afternoon teleconference with media members.