There is a rumor going around Pullman that Washington State is considering fielding a football team. We have been unable to confirm this rumor, so instead we're going to focus the weekly trivia on the players of the past.
This weekend was roster cutdown time in the NFL as teams trimmed their rosters to reach the 53-man limits. That put a few former Cougar football players squarely on the bubble. For some, it turned out really well as they made the active rosters. For others, it turned out well as they secured a spot on the practice squad. And for some, they will have to wait and hope to catch on somewhere else.
Q1: Name the five Cougars who made active rosters, or were included on injured reserve/PUP lists in the NFL this season and their teams.
Q2: Name the three Cougars who made practice squad rosters for 2016 and their teams.
Q3: Who was the last player to play college football at Washington State and make the Pro Bowl.
Misery Index Week 1: Suffering in Southern California
Washington State: At least Cougars lost the opener to a good FCS team this time in Eastern Washington rather than Portland State as they did last year.
John Blanchette: A four-step program for Washington State Cougar football fans | The Spokesman-Review
If you’ve followed Washington State football for the previous four seasons, you know there’s only one thing to do with the hangover from Saturday’s ambush at the hands of Eastern Washington.
WSU Cougars’ offensive line problems stemmed from communication issues | The Seattle Times
The Cougars had 10 penalties in the season opening loss to EWU. Seven of the 10 came on offense
Eastern 's happiness is overflowing today while WSU has a patch job ahead | The Spokesman-Review
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Sometimes the glass is overflowing. And sometimes it is cracked and leaking badly. It’s not how you look at it, it’s reality. Just ask the players from Washington State and Eastern Washington today. Read on.
After losing 45-42 to EWU, WSU examines what it must do to right the ship and get ready to play Boise State in Boise, Idaho on Sept. 10
The North Dakota State University women's soccer team fell at Washington State, 5-0, on Sunday, Sept. 4, in front of 1,006 spectators at Lower Soccer Field in Pullman.