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NCAA Football: Holiday Bowl-Minnesota vs Washington State Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports

Washington State will play a quasi actual football game this week as the Cougars head to Spokane for the Crimson and Gray game. It might not be quite as good as the real thing, but it will have to do until September.

The spring game is a great opportunity for players further down the depth chart to make a big splash. It’s also a time for the stars to shine. That results in a lot of interesting box scores. Let’s see how well you remember some recent history.

Q1: Which players threw for the most yards in the 2016, 2015 and 2014 spring games.

Q2: Which players had the most receiving yards in the 2016, 2015 and 2014 spring games.

Q3: Which players had the most rushing yards in the 2016, 2015 and 2014 spring games.

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Baseball:

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Seven errors and 12 walks marked the WSU baseball team’s sloppy defensive series at Arizona State, as the Cougars lost all three games and moved into last place in the

Football:

Three things to know about WSU with the Crimson and Gray Game approaching | KREM.com
Spring game's don't necessarily mean much in the grand scheme of things, but for the players, this is really the last impact they can make in front of the coaches before offseason workouts and fall practice. With the Crimson and Gray Game coming up in six days, I have a few things you should focus in on if you're a Washington State football fan.

Winston emerges in second scrimmage as spring game approaches
Washington State held its second scrimmage of spring practice on Saturday afternoon at Martin Stadium.

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Smith enrolled at WSU in January and participated in an open tryout in March. He showed promise, and was one of eight invited to join the team through the end of spring ball.

Track:

Area roundup: Washington State’s CJ Allen wins men’s 400 hurdles at Mt. SAC Relays | The Spokesman-Review
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