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How well do you know the WSU basketball coaches?

Scott Olmos-USA TODAY Sports

I have no idea how long WSU's current coaching staff will be in tact, so I might as well use the coaching trivia while it's still relevant. It may be hard to imagine the coaching staff turning in their suits for uniforms, but multiple members of the staff played college hoops.

Q1: Which three members of the coaching staff played college basketball?

Q2: The three coaches combined to play for six schools, including two Division 1 teams. Where did they play?

Men's basketball:

Dave Boling: Little to root for around here come NCAA tournament time | College | The News Tribune
The Cougars, well, the 49 points against UW tells you all you need to know — they can’t score. And those 49 points came against a Huskies team that, before this game, was last in the Pac-12 Conference in scoring defense.


Ex-WSU safety Deone Bucannon’s draft stock is rising | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
"I only had three or four offers,’’ he said. "It makes you go into a game and you have a chip on your shoulder like ‘you should have recruited me.’ But I’m happy that I went to the school that I went to, that I went to Washington State. I loved it there. I wouldn’t change it even if I could go back.’’


Cougars Split Doubleheader - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
The victory earned the Matadors (6-5) a split of the doubleheader after the Cougars (2-7) had won the first game 1-0. Jordan Johnson (2-1) went 6 1/3 innings for the victory and Shay Maltese recorded the final two outs for his first save of the season.

Women's basketball:

WSU To Face Oregon In Pac-12 Tournament Opener - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Washington State will face the University of Oregon in the opening round of the Pac-12 Conference Tournament at KeyArena in Seattle, the conference office announced Sunday.