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WSU’s brand has been damaged, and President Shulz should at least say that something is seriously wrong when so many athletes are running afoul of the law. If the university is handling this issue well, then why so many arrests?
WSU president Kirk Schulz’s football first mantra fails the leadership test needed to deal with the problem of player arrests.
With four felony arrests of Washington State University football players in the past month, the athletic department has suddenly found itself answering more questions about the hits players are delivering at parties than the ones they are supposed to be delivering on the football field.
And in a fitting end to the week that was, Washington State had a player ejected from Saturday’s game against Idaho for throwing a punch.
The Pullman police will recommend that two Washington State football players and two other people be charged as the result of a July 23 party fight that resulted in multiple hospitalizations.
The Washington State University athletic department’s financial woes will not end in the near future, but new president Kirk Schulz and athletic director Bill Moos have a plan for the department to eventually break even and begin paying down its debt to the university.
Say one thing about those Cougars: When they say “anytime, any place,” they usually live up to the second promise.
Washington State University’s new president says the school’s spending habits are “simply not sustainable.” But he plans to change that.
Washington State University’s athletic department will run a deficit of more than $13 million for the second year in a row.
When the presidents and athletic directors of Pac-12 schools came together to launch the Pac-12 Network, they envisioned a television cash spigot that would flood the athletic budgets of every member school.
Washington State Athletics released its financial information for the 2015 fiscal year on Tuesday, and the Cougars were once again in the red.
Athletic director Bill Moos likes to say that merit and the market are the factors he uses to determine coaching salaries, but there is also a preventative consideration.
Washington State has extended the contracts of defensive coordinator Alex Grinch and defensive line coach Joe Salave'a.
The economic theory underpinning major college athletics centers around the redistribution of wealth, at its surface.
The most highly anticipated Washington State football season in at least a decade will play out primarily in front of its home fans.
Washington State University director of athletics Bill Moos announced Wednesday a contract extension through June 30, 2020, for head women’s soccer coach Todd Shulenberger.
The gesture by Washington State to make complimentary – just the right word – tickets to the Cougars’ football opener today available to area firefighters is dialed in, generous and noble. And, yes, the obvious fact that a surplus of tickets remain unsold made the opportunity possible. Hey, it’s still Labor Day weekend in lake country. The opponent is still Portland State. College football is still an outing in Pullman and not a religion as in Columbus or College Station.
PULLMAN – The wildfires that have ravaged Eastern Washington during this abnormally hot and dry summer have been a thorn in Bill Moos’ side. The fires threatened the ranch near Spokane owned by the Washington State athletic director, and he recently took his family to a barn dance that may as well have been held in one of his meat smokers. And now, the fires might threaten his football team’s home opener against the Portland State Vikings. The air quality in Pullman is a real concern, and the Cougars have already moved one practice indoors because the Air Quality Index (AQI) was above 150 – any number higher is considered unhealthy.
Washington State athletic director Bill Moos is exploring options if smoke makes a game in Martin Stadium infeasible.
One day after Washington State announced that Marty Lees will take over the Cougars baseball program, the new coach was officially introduced at a press conference in Pullman.