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Monday morning trivia - Miami edition

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It's a game week for the Washington State football team as the Cougars prepare to take on Miami in the Sun Bowl on Saturday. The Cougars and Hurricanes don't have any history on the football field so it seems like a perfect time to get to know Miami a little better ahead of the matchup.

What better way to learn about a team than a little trivia.

Q1: Who are Miami's all-time leading passer, rusher and receiver?

Q2: Is Kellen Winslow Jr. a f****** soldier?

Q3: What were the 7th Floor Crew nicknames for former Hurricanes Greg Olsen, Jon Beason and Brandon Merriweather?



Washington State’s Kyle Sweet bucking trend by being a white wide receiver in the Pac-12 | The Seattle Times
Numbers show that wide receiver, running back and cornerbacks spots in Pac-12 and NFL filled mostly by black players. Is there a stigma that white players at certain skill positions have to fight? It’s a sensitive subject that many are reluctant to discuss because it involves race.

Women's basketball:

Washington State women win at Kansas, improve to 9-2 | The Seattle Times
Dawnyelle Awa scored a game-high 19 points on 8-for-11 shooting to lead the Washington State women’s basketball team to a 66-53 victory over host Kansas.

Awa and Cougars Ground Jayhawks in Kansas - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Led by senior Dawnyelle Awa, the Washington State women’s basketball team defeated Kansas, 66-53, Sunday evening. The Cougars (9-2) shot .563 (9-of-16) from beyond the arc against the Jayhawks (5-5), including a perfect 3-of-3 by Awa. The Hawaiian native scored a career-high 19 points to lead all scorers at historic Allen Fieldhouse.

KU women can't get offense going in loss to Washington State |
LAWRENCE — Kansas women’s coach Brandon Schneider made an “L” with his fingers to signal the play, though it seemed he was the only one who knew it.He yelled at center Caelynn Manning-Allen to get to the other side of the court, then a few seconds later, screamed at guard Aisia Robertson to get out of Lauren Aldridge’s way.Once a third player went the wrong direction, Schneider threw his hands up incredulously.