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Monday morning trivia -- Pac-12 Tournament

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The 2016 Pac-12 Tournament is still a couple weeks away, but that won't keep us from looking ahead. With Washington State's loss on Sunday, the Cougars have clinched the No. 12 seed in the Pac-12 Tournament. The Cougars will face the No. 5 seed in the first round. That currently figures to be USC. WSU lost both games to the Trojans, by 13 then by 10. If that trend continues, the Cougars will lose by seven, but have the Trojans right where they want them by the Pac-12 Tournament next season.

No No. 12 seed has ever won the Pac-12 Tournament. A fact that leads us right into trivia this week.

Q1: The top six seeds have won the Pac-12 Tournament at least once. Name the last team to do it from each seed. IE: The last No. 1 seed to win it all.

Q2: Only six coaches have won at least 10 games in the tournament. Who are they?

Q3: Who owns the single-game scoring record? Who owns the single-season tournament scoring record?



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