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Another week begins, this time with some NFL Draft trivia.

This has nothing to do with today's post, but it is awesome.
This has nothing to do with today's post, but it is awesome.
Scott Halleran

The NFL Draft begins on Thursday and while WSU hasn't had a lot of players drafted recently, a couple WSU players could come off the board this year. Before we look ahead, let's take a look back.

Q1: Who was the last WSU player to get drafted?

Q2: How many WSU players have been selected in the first round since 1936?

Q3: Name the last five WSU players to be selected in the first round.

Football:

Pac-12 spring games wrap-up | CollegeFootballTalk
Washington State Suffice to say, the first year at Washington State under Mike Leach didn’t go as planned. Consistency is key if the Cougars want to improve in 2013, but the team still got off to a sluggish start in Saturday’s spring game.

Baseball:

The Cougars were two outs away from winning the series against Cal, but two Bears runs later and the Cougars dropped another tough game.

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Cougars Lose Series to California in Ninth - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
BERKELEY, Calif. - Mike Reuvekamp's RBI-single capped a two-run bottom of the ninth as California rallied past Washington State 2-1 in Pac-12 Conference baseball at Evans Diamond, Sunday.

Cal Baseball Defeats WSU, 2-1 - The University of California Official Athletic Site
In a dramatic ninth inning comeback, freshman third baseman Mitchell Kranson knocked in the game-tying run and Mike Reuvekamp hit the game-winner off of Cougar reliever Kellen Camus to lead Cal to a 2-1 victory over Washington State Sunday (April 21) at Evans Diamond.