There are still three regular season games remaining, but Washington State is already bowl eligible. While that is not a notable accomplishment for some schools, it is for Washington State. Assuming WSU actually goes on to play in a bowl, it will be just the Cougars' 12th bowl game appearance. For comparison when Alabama plays in a bowl this year it will be its 12th bowl game appearance ... in the last 12 years.
We're going to test your bowl game knowledge and look ahead a bit to UCLA with the weekly trivial questions.
Q1: Who was WSU's head coach the last time the Cougars beat Arizona, Arizona State, Oregon and Oregon State in the last season prior to this year?
Q2: Which WSU players hold the single-game records against UCLA for passing yards, receiving yards and rushing yards?
Q3: Name WSU's previous 11 bowl game opponents.
Pac-12 Football Rankings And Reactions, Week 10 - News - Campus Insiders: Live video and breaking news for college basketball and college football
4. Washington State: W, Arizona State 38-24 Impressive. Very impressive.
The Big 12 power rankings didn't changes after Week 10 - College Football Nation Blog - ESPN
5. Washington State Cougars: Their win over Arizona State was big for a couple reasons.
Bruins' improving pass defense will be tested by Washington State's aerial circus - LA Times
The heat is on, or so UCLA's defense hopes. The Bruins gave opponents a free pass — a lot of them, actually — through the first six games. But they have made life a little more uneasy for quarterbacks in winning the last three games.
First look at WSU Cougars vs. No. 18 UCLA | The Seattle Times
A first look at Washington State's next opponent: No. 18 UCLA
WSU Falls in Four at No. 20 Arizona State - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
The Washington State volleyball team (14-12 overall, 3-11 Pac-12) battled back but could not overtake No. 20 Arizona State (18-7, 7-7) Sunday afternoon, losing at the Wells Fargo Arena in set scores of 26-24, 25-21, 23-25, and 25-23.
WSU women cruise in basketball exhibition game - Spokesman.com - Nov. 8, 2015
Borislava Hristova scored 14 points and Alexys Swedlund scored 12 and Washington State took a 79-37 victory over Lewis-Clark State on Sunday in an exhibition women’s basketball game in Pullman.
WSU Beats LCSC, 79-37, in Home Exhibition - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Fans enjoyed their first look at the 2015-16 Washington State women’s basketball team, as the Cougars hosted Lewis-Clark State College in an exhibition match Sunday afternoon at Beasley Coliseum.