|The Washington State Cougars have a long history of sports
achievements extending from the early 20th century to today. Among the
University's greatest successes are three national titles.
The Cougars are best known for their football program, which
has a long history of success. The University has a claim on the 1915 national
championship in football. Although Cornell University is commonly recognized as
the champion for that season, Washington State also had a formidable campaign.
That team had a record of 10-0-0, won the Rose Bowl over Brown University and
outscored its opponents 204-10.
The Cougars enjoy a number of rivalries in football including
ones with Washington, Oregon, Oregon State and Idaho. Washington State's series
with Washington currently stands at 64-30-6 in favor of Washington. The Cougars
currently lead the series Oregon State 47-41-3, while they trail in the series
with Oregon 39-38-7.
The Cougars' basketball program was awarded the national
title for the 1917 season. The Cougars, coached by Jack Friel, also played in
the 1941 national championship game versus Wisconsin, but lost 39-34.
Washington State's other recognized national championships
are in boxing (1936) and Indoor Track and Field (1977).
The design of the Washington State Cougars Flannel: Allover
is composed of the University's logos, the Butch T. Cougar mascot, football
helmets and basketballs swishing through nets over a red background.
The Washington State Cougars Flannel: Allover is not suitable
for childrens' sleepwear. All patterns have been licensed by Washington State
University and are for individual consumption only. Any other use of the
Washington State Cougars Flannel: Allover is prohibited and illegal.