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Monday morning trivia — so Iowa State, huh?

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Bowl selection Sunday is over and Washington State is officially headed to the Alamo Bowl where the Cougars will face Iowa State.

We’ll come to learn a lot about the 2018 Iowa State Cyclones in the coming weeks as we prep for the game. But for today, let’s see just how much you know about Iowa State historically.

Q1: Who is the Iowa State career leader in passing yards?

Q2: Who is the Iowa State career leader in rushing yards?

Q3: Who is the Iowa State career leader in receiving yards?

Q4: Who is the Iowa State career leader in coaching wins?

Q5: Who was Iowa State’s opponent the last time they played a team in the Pac-8/10/12?

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Football:

Washington State Cougars athletic director decries 'perception' of Pac-12 football
"We can easily infer that where we're ranked is a result of maybe the perception of the league," Chun said.

Washington State to face Big 12 foe Iowa State in Alamo Bowl | The Spokesman-Review
The 2018 season may not end with a major New Year’s Six bowl for Washington State, but it’ll still end at a place many fans and prognosticators wouldn’t have anticipated when the Cougars opened fall camp in early August.

Pac-12 bowl fallout: Utah rises, WSU snubbed and NY6 totals
WSU (publicly) and Pac-12 (privately) pushed for the committee to reconsider its treatment of the Cougars … and got nowhere.

Alamo Bowl fact file: Tidbits about Mike Leach and Washington State, Iowa State's opponent
The Pirate will be trying to pillage the Alamo.

Mike Leach, perhaps the most interesting (or eccentric, depending on your lens) coach in college football, will be bringing his 13th-ranked Washington State football team into San Antonio after Christmas to take on Iowa State in the Valero Alamo Bowl (8 p.m. Dec. 28, ESPN).

Washington State AD unhappy with Pac-12’s ‘perception’ on Selection Sunday - The Washington Post
Selection Sunday is bound to provoke some hearty discussion about which teams should be ranked where and which bowl game they should play in. Of course, conversations about any conference slights weren’t out of the question, either.

That’s where Washington State Athletic Director Pat Chun comes in.

AD Chun not happy with Cougars’ No. 13 final ranking, blames national perception of Pac-12 | The Seattle Times
There will be no New Year’s Six bowl game for the Washington State football team despite the program’s first 10-win season in 15 years.