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Monday morning trivia - recruiting edition

Stars, stars, stars.

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In 10 days, Washington State will make its 2015 signing class official. When it does, WSU is expected to ink one of the better classes -- on paper at least -- in school history. According to Rivals rankings, the Cougars currently have four four-star prospects committed. For some schools, that's merely a drop in the bucket. For WSU that's a significant development from a school that often doesn't sign any four-stars in a class.

Recruiting rankings and stars don't always tell the full story, but today they do. At least for trivia.

Q1: According to Rivals rankings, WSU has signed 14 players rated 4-stars or higher since 2002. Name the last signed 4-star prospect at each position. Note that this is signed prospects on national signing day only and does not include transfers.

QB -
RB -
WR -
TE -
OL -
DL -
LB - N/A
DB -

Q2: When was the last time WSU signed more than two four-star prospects in a class and who did the Cougars sign?

Now obviously these questions would be very easy to look up. That would be lame. Don't be lame, get Direct TV.



Former USC recruit chooses WSU | The Spokesman-Review
After spending months committed to playing at USC next year, Taeon Mason changed his mind this week.

Professional Football Championship Games and the Cougars - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
When Cougars think of the Super Bowl, Mark Rypien (QB, 1983-85) is sure to come to mind.

Women's basketball:

Colorado Drops Another Against Washington St 73-68 - The Ralphie Report
Swan's 28 points leads Buffs

Turnovers, Late Drought Doom Buffs In 73-68 Loss - - Official Athletics Web site of the University of Colorado
Colorado women’s basketball played dominant defense for 40 minutes Sunday afternoon, but its offense, turnover-prone all game, failed in the final five. The Buffs blew a late lead for the second consecutive game and fell 73-68 to the Washington State Cougars.

PULLMAN, Wash.: Washington State edges Colorado in 73-68 comeback | WSU Cougars | The Bellingham Herald
Lia Galdeira scored 27 points, Mariah Cooks chipped in 15 more and Washington State edged Colorado in a 73-68 comeback win Sunday.

Cougars Rally Late to Post 73-68 Victory Over Colorado - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Washington State overcame a 10-point halftime deficit to post a 73-68 Pac-12 Conference victory over the University of Colorado at Beasley Coliseum Sunday.