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Monday morning trivia

We're throwing the ball all over the field with today's trivia.


Connor Halliday finished Saturday's game with 521 passing yards. A ridiculous total, but just shy of the WSU single-game record. The current WSU record is 531 yards while the Pac-12 single-game record for passing yards is 536. With those in mind, here are this week's questions.

Q1: Who holds the WSU single-game passing record and who did he set it against?

Q2: How many touchdowns did the answer for No. 1 throw in that game?

Q3: Who was the leading receiver for WSU?

Q4: How many times has a WSU quarterback thrown for 500 or more yards in a game?

Q5: Who holds the Pac-12 single-game record for passing yards?


WSU football Sunday night practice - SportsLink - - Oct. 6, 2013
The big news out of practice tonight was the participation of freshman defensive lineman Emmitt Su'a-Kalio, who was arrested last week (scroll down after clicking the link for the story on Su'a-Kalio). The team is handling the matter internally, but apprently won't — or at least hasn't yet — suspended the freshman from team activities.

What we learned in Pac-12 football: Week 6 - ESPN
The Cougars, meanwhile, find themselves two wins away from bowl eligibility.

Pac-12 football bowl projections: Week 6 - ESPN
Gildan New Mexico Bowl (Dec. 21): Washington State vs. MWC

Pac-12 football helmet stickers: Week 6 - ESPN

Connor Halliday, QB, Washington State: Despite playing in pain the entire game, Halliday fell just 10 yards short of the school record with 521 yards passing at California in the Cougs' 42-22 victory. He completed a school-record 41 passes on 67 attempts with three TDs and an interception.

Deone Bucannon, S, Washington State: Bucannon led the Cougars with 12 tackles with two coming for a loss. He also returned an interception 47 yards.

Cougars see new challenges in facing Oregon State - - Oct. 6, 2013
PULLMAN – The past two Saturdays couldn’t have been more different for the Washington State football team.

Pac-12 power rankings Week 6 : Beavers Blog

7. Washington State (4-2, 2-1): Cougars have surpassed last season’s win total of three with six games to play. Need to get a home win against Beavers to move closer to being bowl eligible.