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No resolution in Pullman


After all that, Bill Moos and Paul Wulff didn't even meet Monday and a press conference is scheduled for 2 p.m. Tuesday afternoon. Read on.


• We were in the Bohler complex all day Monday feeling at times a bit like a vulture, but that is the nature of this job in some instances. Not the best part of it, believe me, but necessary. And when it was all done, what did we know? That Washington State would hold a press conference tomorrow to "discus the future of the football program." It's hard to believe the school would hold a press conference to stay the course, which is what was announced in a press release last year. But maybe Moos has felt this has dragged along so long, it would be best just to answer questions. I will tell you this, if Moos has made up his mind – and he's still saying he hasn't – he hasn't told many people, including anyone in the football offices. If he had, I'm pretty sure I'd know. So there is still a smidgen of doubt about tomorrow's outcome but I'm not sure how much. ... We have a story on today's happenings for tomorrow's paper, with a big assist from Dave Trimmer of our staff.


• That's it for tonight. We'll be back in the morning. Until then ...

Vince Grippi
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