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The Cougars are 4-2 and riding back-to-back Pac-12 wins which means another week of happy trivia questions. Washington State has re-written the offensive record books in recent seasons with basically every major passing record changing hands. The Cougars, however, could do something as a team this week that no WSU team has ever done.

Q1: The Cougars are coming off 45 and 52-point efforts. No WSU team has ever scored 45 points or more in three straight games. What is the WSU record for consecutive conference games with at least 30 points and which year was it set?

Q2: WSU is going for its third straight win during conference play, all while not being ranked in any of the games. Who was the Cougar quarterback the last time they accomplished that feat?

Q3: Which players led WSU in receiving in each of its last five road victories at Arizona?

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Football:

WSU now has running game to complement Mike Leach’s Air Raid offense | The Seattle Times
After racking up 111 rushing yards against Oregon State and 136 yards against Oregon, the Cougars have a running threat for the first time in the Mike Leach era.

Pac-12 Week 7 bowl projections: Utah, Stanford a clear cut above the rest - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN
Hyundai Sun Bowl: Washington State Cougars

Pac-12 Week 7 Power Rankings: Utah Utes hanging tough - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN
4. Washington State Cougars: No, this isn’t a misprint. Why not the Cougs?

This is unreal: Michigan State stuns Michigan as time expires | FOX Sports
One other surprising note: They’re also the only team in the country without a play of 40 yards or longer. Last year, WSU had 16 such plays.

First look at WSU Cougars vs. Arizona | The Seattle Times
A quick look at some of Arizona's best players as the WSU Cougars go on the road against the Wildcats on Oct. 24.

Volleyball:

Volleyball Drops 3-1 Match to No. 24 Oregon - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Senior Kate Sommer broke the WSU career digs record Sunday and now has 1,779 digs.