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Cougar Calls highlights

From Pullman -- Bill Moos joined Cougar Calls with Bud Nameck on Monday for his weekly radio appearance. You can listen to the podcast when it's put up here, and we've put together some highlights after the jump.


-- Moos said that he expects to have the men's basketball coaching search wrapped up in the next day or two, if not sooner. He denied traveling to Boise last week.

-- The Cougars are looking for a new track and field coach. Moos said that the one candidate was interviewed last week and expects to interview two more this week.

-- Moos said it's "not all roses" for athletes who unionize saying that they would have to pay taxes and would have other complications. Mentioned John Blanchette's column.

-- Moos said that Beasley Coliseum "looks a little tired" and that giving it a makeover is on the agenda. But said they the location is a positive and likes the practice gym and that Beasley's condition hasn't come up during the coaching search.

-- Moos also said that the football team will return to Lewiston for fall camp next season.

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