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Quiz time.

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The Utah Utes are a fairly new opponent for Washington State. The Utes joined the Pac-12 three years ago and the game on Sunday will be the fourth conference matchup between Utah and the Cougars. With that in mind, let's test how well you know some random things about the Utes.

Football:

Utah quarterback Travis Wilson won’t back down - Spokesman.com - Sept. 24, 2014
Travis Wilson is the most important player on Utah’s football team and will be the biggest reason why Utah makes its first bowl game since 2011.

Cougars hit the road to play Utah | College Football | Tri-CityHerald.com
Washington State played its league opener last weekend when it hosted No. 2 Oregon. The Cougars gave the Ducks everything they could handle but eventually succumbed in a 38-31 decision. They are now just 1-3 on the campaign, with their three losses coming by a combined 19 points.

On practice, special teams (and facilities) - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Sept. 24, 2014
Wednesday's Washington State football practice was like many that have come before and many more that will surely follow. There were no position switches to mention and no previously anonymous players announced their presence through hyperbolically good play.

Beehive Football: Utes take on different Cougars
In its last two trips to the "Big House," Utah is 2-0, and Saturday’s win proved that the Utes may not be just a flash in the pan. Michigan has some issues right now — the Wolverines have yet to score an offensive TD against a Power 5 team — but beating a storied Big 10 program on the road is never easy.

Utah Opponent Preview: WSU Defense - Block U
It's not all about Mike Leach's Air Raid offense in Pullman.

Up Close With Isiah Myers and Vince Mayle - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Consistency, it’s the dream of any coach, and the challenge of any athlete. For receivers, Vince Mayle and Isiah Myers, of the Washington State University football team, that is one challenge they have sought to accomplish.

Volleyball:

WSU Falls at No. 4 Washington - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
The Washington State volleyball team (9-4, 0-1) fell to No. 4 Washington (12-0, 1-0) in straight sets, 25-21, 25-18, and 25-15, Wednesday night at Alaska Airlines Arena in Seattle.

Soccer:

Cougars Open Pac-12 Play in Corvallis - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Washington State (5-0-2) travels to Corvallis, Ore., to face Oregon State (0-6-3)…Cougar and Beavers kick off at 4 p.m., Friday, Sept. 26 on the Pac-12 Networks…Ann Schatz (play-by-play) and Kendra de St. Aubin (analyst) provide the commentary…live stats will be available on wsucougars.com and operated by Oregon State.

Baseball:

Hoquiam’s Skyler Jump Gets An Offer He Can’t Refuse From WSU - GraysHarborTalk.com
Being so young, Skyler Jump, just a month after finishing his freshman year at Hoquiam High School, wasn’t expecting much. But by pitching three innings at a Washington State Cougars baseball camp, he was hoping to at least get on the Cougar coaches’ radar.

Men's basketball:

Report: Spurs expected to re-sign Aron Baynes - CBSSports.com
The San Antonio Spurs are expected to re-sign restricted free agent Aron Baynes, who is in town to take his physical, according to the San Antonio Express-News' Buck Harvey. This means everybody from last year's title-winning roster will be back.