The regular season is over for Washington State and that means it’s now officially bowl season. Where the Cougars will head for the postseason remains to be seen until the conference championship games play out this week.
Until we know the bowl WSU’s future, let’s focus on the bowls of the Cougars’ past. This season, WSU will play in its 14th bowl game in school history. Of the previous 13, 11 occurred in the last 20 years. We won’t test your 1930 Rose Bowl knowledge this time, but let’s see how well you remember the last 11 bowl appearances.
Q1: Since 1988, which WSU player has the most cumulative touchdowns in bowl games?
Q2: Name the last WSU player to score a rushing touchdown in a bowl game.
Q3: Name the opponent the last time WSU did not score first in a bowl game.
Washington State drops five spots to No. 12 in Associated Press Top 25 | The Spokesman-Review
The second loss of the season meant a rare setback for Washington State in the national polls.
Pac-12’s miserable weekend reaffirms view it’s irrelevant in Playoff race | NCAA Football | Sporting News
The Pac-12 delivered itself one final indignity this weekend in a consistently forgettable season for the conference.
WSU 16th seed for NCAA volleyball, is host site | The Spokesman-Review
Washington State was awarded with the 16th seed and will host first- and second-round games in the 64-team NCAA volleyball tournament.
Washington State uses second-half spark to top Delaware State 80-52 | The Spokesman-Review
In the second half, however, the Cougars rediscovered the flow and rhythm that has characterized their wins so far this year. They pushed a five-point halftime edge to as much as 32 points, and they finished shooting a respectable 45 percent for the game, 27 of 60.