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Monday morning trivia — Post Stanford

NCAA Football: Washington State at Stanford Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports

The Cougars head back to the Palouse this week to welcome California on Saturday. With that, comes an opportunity for Mike Leach. Mike Leach has defeated 16 different Pac-12 head coaches during his time in Pullman. California head coach Justin Wilcox is not one of those 16, so Leach has an opportunity to add another name to the list.

That leads us right into the trivia of the week.

Q1: Name the 16 Pac-12 head coaches Mike Leach has defeated as the head coach at WSU.

The Cougars moved up to No. 10 in the AP Poll, their highest ranking of the season. The Cougars still have plenty of climbing to do in order to match their highest AP Poll ranking ever.

Q2: Which five seasons have the Cougars reached No. 9 or better in the AP Poll?



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