Another week, another win for Washington State. The Cougars have now rung off eight straight wins, scoring a whopping 373 points and 51 touchdowns during that stretch. That’s 13 more touchdowns than WSU scored in 2008 and 2009 combined. And it came in eight games.
Those 51 touchdowns have come in every flavor imaginable, with 13 players finding the end zone for the Cougars in the last eight games. Surely you cheered for all of those touchdowns, now let’s see how well you remember them.
Q1: Name the 13 players to score for WSU in the last eight games and do so in their rank of touchdowns from most to fewest. In order to get a correct answer, you have to name the player and his correct ranking on the WSU TD board for the last eight weeks.
The rankings look like this: 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - T5 - T5 - 7 - T8 - T8 - T8 - T8 - T8 - T8
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