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Monday morning trivia -- Oregon edition

The trivia contest rolls on and the focus this week is on the ground.

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Washington State ran the ball 22 times on Saturday, more than doubling its season total which was 21 attempts coming in. With the extra emphasis on running the ball and the fact WSU plays Oregon -- who runs the ball all over everyone -- it only seemed right that rushing attack was the focus of today's CCMMTQ.

Q1: It's no secret Reuben Mayes holds the WSU record for rushing yards against Oregon. Which WSU running back posted the second-highest rushing total against the Ducks?

Q2: Who was the last WSU running back to rush for at least 100 yards in a single game and who did he do it against?

Q3: How many wide receivers (players not total games) have recorded at least 100 yards receiving in a single game since a WSU running back last broke 100 yards on the ground?



So, this is a thing:

Ducks Preparing For Different Sort of Challenge at WSU - - The University of Oregon Official Athletics Web Site
After three weeks of defending pro-style offenses, during No. 2 Oregon’s perfect run through nonconference play to start this season, the pendulum is about to swing dramatically in the other direction.

Cougars give a sneak peek at white helmets - SportsLink - - Sept. 14, 2014
The Cougars did indeed debut their white helmets at tonight's practice, albeit without any decals, which lasted for about an hour.

With win, Cougars now have starting point - - Sept. 14, 2014

The nonconference portion of Washington State’s football schedule is over and the season’s first third was largely disappointing. The Cougars enter Pac-12 play with a long and narrow road to a bowl game, but at least Saturday’s 59-21 win over Portland State established a starting point.

Klay Thompson wins FIBA gold

Klay Thompson and Team USA finished off the FIBA World Cup in style with a convincing win against Serbia in the gold medal game. Thompson played well during the tournament finishing with averages of 12.7 points, 2.2 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game. Cue the celebration Vines:


Cougar Soccer Closes Nonconference Unbeaten - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Beau Bremer loves playing Idaho on the road. The Washington State (5-0-2) redshirt-junior scored the only goal of the match as the Cougars remained undefeated with a 1-0 victory over the Vandals (0-7-0). Three of Bremer’s eight-career goals have come in Moscow.