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  • Things looking up under Moos

    YAKIMA – Bill Moos said he wanted to build when he accepted the Washington State athletic director job in February of 2010. He’s already done that, spearheading efforts that saw …


  • Moos tells sports media WSU isn’t done building

    Bill Moos said he wanted to build when he accepted Washington State’s athletic director job in February of 2010. He’s already done that, spearheading the efforts that saw construction completed …


  • Bone retained without ‘to-do list’

    PULLMAN – There was no ultimatum issued by Washington State athletic director Bill Moos to men’s basketball coach Ken Bone. But Bone, who met with Moos on Wednesday and will …


  • Bone meets with Moos, keeps job

    PULLMAN – Ken Bone is still Washington State’s basketball coach. Bone and athletic director Bill Moos held their end-of-season meeting on Wednesday, The Spokesman-Review has learned, and Bone is expected …


  • WSU’s Bone meets with Moos, keeps job

    Ken Bone is still Washington State’s basketball coach. Bone and athletic director Bill Moos held their end-of-season meeting on Wednesday, The Spokesman-Review has learned, and Bone is expected to return …


  • Moos, Bone to review season

    PULLMAN – Washington State athletic director Bill Moos said on his weekly radio show Monday that he plans to meet with men’s basketball coach Ken Bone next week to discuss …


  • Wide receiver made more sense for WSU football recruit

    Vince Mayle figured he’d be a basketball player. The 6-foot-3, 220-pounder from Natomas, Calif., spent his first season out of high school as a member of the Shasta Community College …


  • Investigation clears Leach

    PULLMAN – In a 34-page review more thorough than the internal investigation concluded by Washington State last month, the Pac-12 announced Tuesday that it did not find evidence to suggest …


  • Coaches were not abusive to players, WSU says

    PULLMAN – Following a review of the Washington State University football program, athletic director Bill Moos found “no report or detection of abuse or inappropriate behavior” by coach Mike Leach …


  • WSU clears Leach of any abuse or impropriety

    Following a review of the Washington State football program, athletic director Bill Moos found “no report or detection of abuse or inappropriate behavior” by coach Mike Leach or his staff …


  • WSU regents to vote on football building

    PULLMAN – Washington State’s Board of Regents is scheduled to vote today in Spokane on whether to approve a proposed $61 million football operations facility. The facility, which would be …


  • Leach supportive of investigations

    PULLMAN – His confidence never wavering, his tone slightly irritated, Washington State coach Mike Leach again on Monday denied any and all claims of abuse made by former receiver Marquess …


  • WSU to investigate Wilson’s abuse claims

    PULLMAN – Washington State will apparently investigate claims made by a former player that its football coaching staff engaged in “physical, emotional and verbal abuse.” WSU president Elson Floyd said …


  • WSU receiver Wilson quits, cites ‘abuse’

    In a letter faxed Saturday to The Spokesman-Review and other media outlets, Marquess Wilson, Washington State’s career leader in receiving yards, announced he has left the Cougars and their program …


  • WSU athletic director Moos moves ahead with plans

    PULLMAN – DirecTV isn’t on board with the Pac-12 Networks yet. And while Washington State athletic director Bill Moos doesn’t understand why, he knows the lack of an agreement with …


  • Martin now pride of Palouse

    PULLMAN – Maybe Washington State athletic director Bill Moos appreciates his department’s newest creation because he’s so aware of its predecessor’s shortcomings. Addressing reporters on the third floor of the …


  • Next Martin Stadium renovation on hold until TV distribution deals are complete

    PULLMAN – Washington State athletic director Bill Moos knows that money – much more of it than Washington State’s athletic department has ever seen – is on its way. With …


  • Martin Stadium plans on hold until TV deals are complete

    Washington State athletic director Bill Moos knows that money – much more of it than Washington State’s athletic department has ever seen – is on its way.


  • WSU’s Leach, Moos offer opinions on Penn State scandal

    Blame will be assigned. Punishment will be meted. And by the time it’s over, Jerry Sandusky might not be the only former Penn State staffer behind bars. Should, then, the …


  • Cougs’ opener picked up by ESPN

    PULLMAN – The hiring of coach Mike Leach continues to pay dividends for the Washington State football program. The Cougars’ season-opening game at Brigham Young was already teeming with storylines. …


  • McWashington will be his own Cougar in football broadcast booth

    Given all the years Bob Robertson worked without a sidekick in the Washington State radio booth, the recent developments in broadcasting Cougars football must have Marconi spinning in his underground …


  • Cougs’ football booth evolves

    Bob Robertson will remain Washington State’s radio play-by-play man for football games, but several other changes to WSU’s broadcasts were announced Monday by athletic director Bill Moos. Bud Nameck will …


  • Walden out as WSU football commentator

    PULLMAN – Jim Walden, whose opinionated style defined his 11-year tenure as Washington State’s color commentator for football broadcasts, will not return to the booth in 2012. Walden, 74, was …


  • Walden out as WSU football commentator

    Jim Walden, whose opinionated style defined his 11-year tenure as Washington State’s color commentator for football broadcasts, will not return to the booth in 2012. Walden, 74, was notified of …


  • Forecast calls for throng at WSU scrimmage

    Washington State athletic director Bill Moos has predicted that 10,000 or so fans would flock to Albi at 1 p.m. today to watch the Cougars’ annual spring football game, but …


  • Cougars would welcome CBI invitation

    PULLMAN – Remember the 2010 season, Ken Bone’s first as Washington State’s head coach, when the Cougars turned down a chance to play in the College Basketball Invitational? OK. Now …


  • Shawn Vestal: How about sharing the NCAA wealth?

    We’ve heard all the perfectly reasonable reasons for the wild salaries being paid to the new football coaches at Washington State University. You gotta pay to compete. Everybody does it. …


  • Cougars come home after long gap

    PULLMAN – Every dribble, every corner, every square inch of the Beasley Coliseum hardwood feels like home to Washington State senior Charlie Enquist. “I’ve been practicing on this court for …


  • It’s official: WSU hires Leach as football coach

    Nov. 16 was one of the most important dates in Washington State’s more than 100-year football history, and only two men knew it.


  • Moos fires Wulff, cites fan apathy

    Saying he perceives an apathy in Washington State University’s football fan base, athletic director Bill Moos fired Paul Wulff as the Cougars’ coach Tuesday with a year remaining on Wulff’s …

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