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For the sixth-straight Monday, the Washington State Cougars begin the week coming off a win. That is an incredible streak when you think seven weeks ago, WSU was beginning the week 0-2. Now, the Cougars are bowl eligible and back in the Top 25.

It was a streak not many could have predicted, because it's a streak that doesn't happen very often in Pullman. Before Saturday, the Cougars hadn't won six straight games since the 2003 season. It's safe to say you all are very aware of the new six-straight win Cougars, but let's see how well you remember that 2003 squad.

Q1: Name the 22 players who started the 2003 team in the sixth-straight win game.

Q2: Name the three players who scored touchdowns for WSU in that game.

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Fooball:

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WSU makes an appearance in the national rankings for the first time this season

Soccer:

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Amy Neal's goal in the 73rd minute gave Washington State the equalizing goal but 20 minutes of overtime was not able to settle anything as the Cougars played to a 1-1 draw against Oregon Sunday morning in front of a Senior Day crowd of 463 at Lower Soccer Field.

Swimming:

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Earning an unprecedented victory can jumpstart a team. The Washington State women will now see where the momentum takes them.