Washington State opened Pac-12 play with a road loss to California and things won't get any easier for the Cougars who will now have to travel to Oregon. The Ducks certainly aren't as good as they have been in recent seasons, but are still a talented and capable team.
We'll look ahead at the matchup later in the week, but for now, the focus is on the past. The WSU-Oregon recent history hasn't been a good one for the Cougars, but there are a few bright spots. Let's see how well you remember them.
Q1: Since 2000, 10 WSU wide receivers have posted a 100-yard receiving game against Oregon. Name them.
Q2: Who was the last WSU player to score multiple rushing touchdowns in the same game against the Ducks?
Q3: Which five players made up WSU's starting offensive line the last time the Cougars beat Oregon?
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Oregon’s unsettled situation at quarterback spurred coaches to rely on a rotation of Jeff Lockie and Taylor Alie in a win at Colorado, and the picture seems unlikely to get any clearer before the Ducks face Washington State in Autzen Stadium on Saturday (3 p.m., Pac-12 Networks).
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10. Washington State Cougars: If anyone can figure this team out, let me know. At times, it looks like one of the most dangerous in the conference. Other times, well, those pesky special teams get in the way.
Can you do me a favor and remind me to stay more even-keeled when it comes to the Cougs? Thanks.
As far as small victories go, giving a scare to the Golden Bears ought to rank somewhere between finding a funny phrase in one’s fortune cookie and having classes canceled thanks to heavy snowfall on quiz day.
The Washington State soccer team (No. 20/21) scored four goals, Sunday, in front of a crowd of 1,305 fans at Lower Soccer Field, defeating the visiting UCLA Bruins, 4-2. The Cougars (9-2-0, 2-1-0) netted two goals in the first half, before UCLA (5-6-0, 1-2-0) evened the score early in the second period. WSU scored a third goal just two minutes later and never looked back, adding a fourth goal in the 65th minute.
UCLA rallied from a two-goal first-half deficit to tie Washington State early in the second half but ultimately lost to the Cougars, 4-2, in Pullman, Wash.
Washington State Head Coach Jen Greeny said, “crucial errors at crucial times” plagued the Cougars volleyball team (12-4 overall, 1-3 Pac-12), as it fell 25-20, 25-18, and 30-28 at No. 11 UCLA (11-3, 2-2) early Sunday afternoon at the John Wooden Center.
Washington State women's basketball held its first practice of the 2015-16 season Sunday at the Cougar Basketball Practice facility.