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Hot Cougar Action: Monday morning trivia

The NFL Draft is over, but we go to that well one more time for today's trivia question.


The NFL Draft is over, but today's trivia questions still have a NFL theme. The Cougars haven't exactly been a pipe line to the NFL recently which will either make these questions much harder or much easier.

Q1: Who was the last WSU player to attempt a pass in a regular season NFL game?

Q2: Name every WSU player to score a regular season NFL touchdown since 2007. (Hint: there are 10)


There were a few more Marquess Wilson stories on Sunday.


Bears see Wilson as good kid who made bad decision
The Bears spent their seventh-round draft pick on Marquess Wilson, a talented receiver who left the Washington State football team last season after accusing head coach Mike Leach of abuse.

WSU WR Wilson a low-risk proposition - Chicago Bears Blog - ESPN Chicago
LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- It’s impossible to predict if wide receiver Marquess Wilson will land on the Chicago Bears' final 53-man roster after the way his college career unraveled at Washington State.

Washington State Cougars gain in-state tackle Marcus Griffin - ESPN

Class of 2014 defensive lineman Marcus Griffin (Bellevue, Wash./Bellevue) has accepted an offer from Washington State, according to multiple sources.

If Bears handle with care, Marquess Wilson could be a hit - Inside the Bears

The last question in Marquess Wilson's conference call on Saturday after the Bears selected him in the seventh round of the NFL draft came from Marquess Wilson. ''Do you know when we report?'' If the Bears truly did their due diligence on the wide receiver from Washington State, they know what they're getting -- a raw, 20-year-old kid with a lot of talent and a lot of growing up to do.


The Cougars avoided the sweep by winning the final game of their three-game series with UCLA.


Cougars Score Late to Beat Bruins - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. - In a game with eight errors and eight infield singles, it was one of each that ultimately decided Sunday's Pac-12 Conference baseball game between UCLA and Washington State.