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Murrell calls it quits as WSU women’s basketball coach


Just got in from Pullman and thought I would share a few thoughts about the spring football practice today.

But first, wanted to share the news that WSU women’s basketball coach Sherri Murrell has resigned after five years leading the Cougs.

As for spring football? Well, watching one practice doesn’t make anyone an expert, certainly not me. But there are holes to fill, no doubt about it. That is the case, however, at some 300 colleges and universities around the nation, so WSU isn’t unique.

Friday morning I’ll link to Glenn Kasses’ story (check Glenn’s blog for more information) and share with you my thoughts about the Cougs after having talked with coach Bill Doba, Mike Levenseller and Leon Burnett.

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