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WSU heads into Oregon week

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It was another week of college football madness this week. Les Miles wakes up on Monday as one of the best college football coaches alive. He also wakes up without a job. USC head coach Clay Helton wakes up with a job, but also a 1-3 record after the Trojans lost again. Washington State sat back and watched the chaos unfold from the secure confines of a bye week.

That changes this week in a big way as WSU hosts Oregon for the start of Pac-12 play. The non-conference schedule may not have played out like many hoped, but WSU has an opportunity to turn things around quickly this week.

Doing so starts with doing what WSU did last season; beat the Ducks. Which leads us to the weekly trivia for the week.

Q1: Who was the only WSU player to score in both games the last time the Cougars beat the Ducks in back-to-back seasons?

Q2: Three of the four players who scored touchdowns for WSU the last time it beat Oregon in Pullman went on to play in the NFL. Who were they?



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WSU's game against Oregon will begin at 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 1 and televised on the Pac-12 Network