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Monday morning trivia - ASU edition

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The Cougars are now two days removed from the close loss to Stanford. While many Cougar fans are still getting over the loss, the college football world has moved on. That includes with the latest polls where WSU received votes again in both the Associated Press Top 25 and the Coaches' Poll.

Washington State didn't receive much consideration -- one vote in the AP and four in the Coaches' -- but it is still something. It also got me to thinking about WSU's history of playing while ranked which leads to this week's trivia questions.

Q1: Who were WSU's opponents the last time the Cougars played a game ranked in certain segments of the AP Top 25. Specifically, who did WSU play the last time the Cougars were ranked No. 21-25, No. 16-20, No. 11-15, No. 6-10 and No. 1-5?

Q2: WSU plays Arizona State. Many of you probably remember the last time WSU beat the Sun Devils. Connor Halliday threw for 494 yards. Marquess Wilson hauled in the majority of those yards, but who was WSU's second-leading receiver that day?

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Football:

WSU’s postgame locker room was a tense place - Spokesman.com - Nov. 1, 2015
The Cougars were angry on Saturday night, as if something had been stolen from them.

Pac-12 Week 9 Power Rankings: Stanford Cardinal cling to top spot - College Football Nation Blog - ESPN
5. Washington State Cougars: Say what you want about the weather and the officiating, but Washington State had several opportunities along the way to win Saturday night's game against Stanford.

WSU Cougars links: The morning after the heartbreaking 30-28 defeat to Stanford | The Seattle Times

The WSU Cougars came so close, but it wasn't quite enough against No. 8 Stanford

Who the Huskies and Cougars play next | The Olympian

Todd Graham described the Sun Devils before the season as the most talented team he’s had in his four years at ASU, but they haven’t looked it.

Soccer:

Soccer Comes From Behind to Win at Oregon State - Washington State University Official Athletic Site

In rainy and windy conditions Sunday morning, the Washington State soccer team came from behind to beat the Oregon State Beavers, 2-1, at Paul Lorenz Field.

Volleyball:

Volleyball Battles No. 1 USC to Five Sets - Washington State University Official Athletic Site

Freshman McKenna Woodford had 22 kills as WSU took No. 1 USC to five sets Sunday afternoon in Bohler Gym.