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What is your favorite 4th quarter in WSU history?

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Today, you get the rare Question Of The Day/HCA combo!

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Jordan Spieth made a little history on Sunday, becoming the second golfer to win three of the four majors before turning 24.

On his way to winning the British Open, Spieth recorded one of the great closing stretches in golf history. After dropping out of the lead with an adventurous bogey, Spieth ripped off a birdie-eagle-birdie-birdie-par closing stretch to pull away and win by three strokes.

It was a historic finish, but you might be wondering what that has to do with WSU football? It doesn’t really. But, it did get me thinking to great finishes in sports, and specifically WSU football.

So, what is your favorite WSU Spieth moment? In other terms, what is your favorite finish to a WSU game. Your favorite fourth quarter/overtime in WSU history?

It’s recency bias, but I’m going to throw this fourth quarter to get the conversation started.

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