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Monday morning trivia

We dig into the record books for today's trivia.

William Mancebo

WSU is on a bye again this week, but the Cougars will host Arizona in Pullman visit Arizona in two weeks. Washington State doesn't have the best track record against the Wildcats, but I tried to avoid most of the ugly details in today's trivia.

Q1: Who was Arizona's head coach the last time the Cougars beat the Wildcats in Pullman?

Q2: Connor Halliday has set a lot of passing records this season. How many touchdowns would he need to throw to break the WSU record vs. Arizona and who currently holds the record?


Former WSU running back Jermaine Green is currently in jail after a a bizarre incident. The Daytona Beach News-Journal wrote about the rise and fall of Green. It includes Green's time at WSU and what happened in the years since.


Rise and Fall: Jermaine Green's promising story goes horribly wrong |
Jermaine Green had four bullets in his leg, another in his gut. Yet, Chitwood said, Green was perfectly still with a sense of calm that most definitely belied the scene moments earlier, when cops arrived to find Green slowly beginning to drive a large knife into his girlfriend's chest.

Pac-12 power rankings Week 10 : Beavers Blog
10. Washington State (4-5, 2-4): Cougars have given up 169 points the last three games. Good time for a bye to try to get back on track.

Unit Grades: Arizona State - SportsLink - - Nov. 3, 2013
It wasn't a happy Halloween for the Cougars, who bring home a report card that would've gotten me grounded for a fortnight. By the time the first half mercifully ended there were scarcely 10,000 fans still in the stadium, and more snuck out during the break. The game was out of hand just minutes into the first quarter and no position group distinguished itself from the abominable performance.

Thursday-night games can be tough on home team’s fans | Bud Withers | The Seattle Times
The Cardinal hosts the Ducks on Thursday night, which of course means two things: A treat on national TV for the viewing audience — the people who don’t have anything invested — and massive, unalloyed inconvenience for the home team’s fan base.


Cougars Leave Their Mark Against Cardinal - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Junior Jocelyn Jeffers scored in the second half and host Washington State knocked off No. 6 Stanford 1-0 in Pac-12 Conference women’s soccer, Sunday at Lower Soccer Field.