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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.
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 five-year contract.
Washington State athletic director Bill Moos will hold a 2 p.m. press conference in a Bohler Gym conference room Tuesday to discuss the future of the football program.
Kickoff Saturday night in Pullman at around 7:40 might be an historic occasion. There is a possibility it will be the coldest non-Apple Cup in Washington State history. The forecast when the Cougars will host Arizona State is for temperatures in the low 30s and an 80 percent chance of snow.
Bill Moos was between jobs. So he was spending some time with an old friend, Dennis Erickson, in Coeur d’Alene. Erickson was in his second-stint – a one-year stop – as the University of Idaho’s football coach. The future of Bill’s son Bo, a senior defensive end at Sheldon High in Eugene, came up in conversation.
PULLMAN – When Bill Moos was introduced as Washington State's athletic director 1 1/2 years ago, he promised to make changes around Bohler Gym. He has.
We sat down with WSU athletic director Bill Moos in his office this week to talk about the changes that have occurred at WSU and those on the drawing table, along with the changes to the Pac-12 that didn’t happen. Here’s what he had to say:
Faced with a $40 million budget cut in the biennium that ends with the 2013 fiscal year, Washington State University president Elson Floyd is looking for help wherever he can find it. And he will get some from his athletic department.
PULLMAN – Sometimes the biggest news can get buried. When the decision was announced late last October how the Pac-12 would slot the universities of Utah and Colorado for football, lost among the jetsam released by the conference was a golden nugget. At least for Washington State.