It's game week again for Washington State which means there is an actual opponent history to dig into for the weekly trivia contest. The only problem is the opponent is the California Golden Bears and yeah ... not exactly a recent history anyone wants to dig into. So, let's just pretend WSU won that game last year and everything was so swell we don't have to talk about it and can instead dig into trivia that does not involved missed 19-yard field goals. Yeah, let's do that.
Last week we talked about the alphabet and skill player touchdowns. Today let's mix the alphabet with passing touchdowns.
Q1: Name the WSU player with the most passing touchdowns by each letter of the alphabet since 1970. Nothing pre-1970 is included (sorry Bob Newman fans). The player doesn't necessarily have to be a quarterback either, just has to have thrown a passing touchdown.
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Vegas thinks the Golden Bears will beat the Cougs by more than two scores. Well, unless the two scores include two touchdowns, a PAT, and a 2-point conversion. But now we're arguing semantics AND I LOVE ARGUING SEMANTICS.
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The Washington State soccer team opened conference play, Sunday, with a 2-1 win over Arizona State at Sun Devil Soccer Stadium. The Cougars (8-1-0) downed the Sun Devils (4-4-0), as WSU senior Kourtney Guetlein netted a pair of goals.
ASU soccer drops conference opener to No. 22 Washington State - The State Press
For a half, ASU soccer played like it owned No. 22 Washington State. In the second, it stumbled out of the gate and fell short in a furious rally in the waning seconds a 2-1 loss to open conference play Sunday.