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Hot Cougar Action: Monday morning trivia

Thanks to spring football we jump back to some football trivia this week.

Get fired up y'all
Get fired up y'all

With Washington State beginning spring practice, I'm going to use it as an excuse to sneak in a football trivia question or two.

WSU lost a few notable players from last season, but that doesn't mean the roster is completely bare. In fact, WSU has one record holder returning next season. The question is ...

Q1: Which player on the spring roster is the current holder of a WSU single-game, season or career record?

Q2: What record does said player own?


Leach begins his second spring at Wazzu | National Football Post
Washington State began spring practice on Thursday in preparation for its spring game on April 20. Let's take a look at some of the key storylines that will play out in Pullman this spring as the Cougars look to improve on a 3-9 mark in Mike Leach's first season.

Police: 1 hurt in clash of WSU, UI football players - - March 24, 2013

A Washington State University football player was taken to the hospital early today after a party apparently ended in a fight involving members of the Cougar and University of Idaho football teams.


The Cougars continued to roll through their series with Brown, defeating the Bears 20-1 on Sunday. I'd say this series has gone OK for WSU.


Cougars Clobber Bears - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State used solid pitching and an 18-hit attack to whip Brown 20-1 in nonconference baseball, Sunday at Bailey-Brayton Field.

Cougars crush Brown - - March 25, 2013
Jason Monda’s grand slam highlighted an eight-run eighth inning and the Washington State Cougars (14-8) unleashed the bats en route to a 20-1 nonconference win over the Brown Bears (1-9) on Sunday in Pullman.