It's the day after the Apple Cup and the day we should learn the future of Washington State's football program. To recap: Bill Moos says all year he'll decide Paul Wulff's fate at the end of the year; WSU lost the Apple Cup to Washington 38-21 at CenturyLink yesterday to finish the season 4-8; within minutes after the game the Seattle Times posts a story that Moos has decided to let Wulff go. Read on.
• Washington State: As we passed along last night and included in our notebook for today's S-R, our attempts to provide corroboration to Bud Withers' report in the Times were unsuccessful. So we'll keep trying today. … As for yesterday's game, we'll pass along all the links we could find now, then add the Pac-12 stuff later, after we've done some other work. … Besides our notebook, we had our game story, statistics, scoring and keys to the game. John Blanchette has this column on Wulff. … From the Seattle Times, Bob Condotta has this game story, with columns by Steve Kelley and one from Jerry Brewer. … The News Tribune has a gamer from Ryan Divish and John McGrath's Wulff column along with one from Dave Boling and a sidebar on the punt block from Todd Milles. … Finally, the Kitsap Sun has a couple pieces, one on the punt block and one on Marshall Lobbestael's final game as the Cougars' quarterback.
• That's it for right now. After we get to the airport and do some reporting, we'll try to update this post with news from around the Pac-12 – how about those Bruins, huh, the South Division's representative in Friday's championship game – and more from CenturyLink. Until later …