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We look back to happier times.

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Ernie Kent's up-and-down first season in Pullman continued with a bit of a down slope on Sunday as the Cougars were blown out by the Ducks in Eugene. There have been some low points with a few upset victories sprinkled in to keep things interesting. The result, however, is a team likely to miss the postseason barring a Pac-12 Tournament run.

While that may change in coming seasons, for now, we're going to use the weekly trivia to remember a better time.

Q1: Name the leading scorer from WSU's last five NCAA Tournament teams.

Q2: Name the leading rebounder from those same five teams.

For both questions, we're looking for the overall leader, regular season and postseason stats included. We're also talking total points and total rebounds, not per game.

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Men's basketball:

Recap: Oregon vs. Washington St | Colleges | The Sun Herald
Joseph Young was unstoppable as the Oregon Ducks coasted to a 95-72 victory over the Washington State Cougars in a Pac-12 Conference tilt at Matthew Knight Arena.

No Bell, no problem as Oregon's 95-72 win over Washington State sets up crucial road trip | OregonLive.com
About 30 minutes before Oregon took the court against Washington State, the Oregon athletic department put out a memo about Jordan Bell.

EUGENE, Ore.: Oregon dominates Washington State 95-72 | WSU Cougars | The Bellingham Herald
Oregon welcomed former coach Ernie Kent to Matthew Knight Arena on Sunday by treating him to something better suited for nearby Hayward Field.

Cougar Men Fall at Oregon - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Joseph Young just missed a triple double with 29 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists as Oregon beat Washington State 95-72 on Sunday.

Women's basketball:

WSU Drops Another Tight Contest, 61-56 to No. 7 Oregon State - Washington State University Official Athletic Site

Washington State nearly pulled off another top-10 upset Sunday but No. 7 Oregon State University held off a Cougar comeback to escape Beasley Coliseum with a 61-56 victory.

Oregon State Beavers top Washington State Cougars, 55-50, for 13th home win (Photos) | OregonLive.com
The Oregon State Beavers continued their unbeaten run at home, beating the Washington State Cougars, 55-50, for a 13th-straight win at Gill Coliseum in Corvallis Thursday.

No. 7 OSU beats Washington State
Twice No. 7 Oregon State has fallen behind by double digits against Washington State this season, and each time the Beavers have come back to win the game.