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Hot Cougar Action: Monday morning trivia

Today's trivia is sure to start your week out on a depressing note. You're welcome.


In case you haven't been paying attention, it hasn't been a great year on the field for Washington State. The football team finished 3-9, the men's basketball team finished 13-19 and after being swept by Washington, the baseball team is currently 21-30. Today's trivia is depressing.

Q1: When was the last year* WSU's football, men's basketball and baseball teams finished above .500?

Q2: Who were the three coaches that year?

*We're talking school year, so for example the 2012 football team, the 2012-13 men's basketball team and the 2013 baseball team would make up one year.


Good news, more bad news for WSU - SportsLink - - May 19, 2013
News of another oral commitment broke yesterday — though this one is from a player who plans to arrive this season — but some more bad news also broke for the WSU football team. Keep reading for accounts of both.


WSU plays a series in Pasco as a way to show off the program to the Tri-Cities fans and have a crowd since school is out. The Cougars' didn't showcase much this season as they were swept by the now 22-31 Huskies.


Cougars Downed by Huskies - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PASCO, Wash. - Zach Wright pitched seven shutout innings and Washington knocked off Washington State 5-2 in Pac-12 Conference baseball at Gesa Stadium, Sunday.

Washington baseball sweeps Washington State with 5-2 win | Northwest roundup | Cougars | The Seattle Times
PASCO — Five runs over the first three innings and a strong outing from starter Zach Wright led the Washington baseball team to a 5-2 win over Washington State on Sunday at GESA Stadium, completing Washington's first three-game sweep over WSU since 2007.

Huskies beat Cougars again in baseball | Mid-Columbia |
Washington State dropped a 3-1 decision to the University of Washington Saturday afternoon at Gesa Stadium in Pasco.