AUDIO: Ken Bone press conference, 12-8-09

People seemed to enjoy the Paul Wulff weekly press conferences with reporters -- at least as much as they can enjoy listening to a coach talk about injuries ad nauseam -- so we hit up the WSU Sports Information Department to see if they'd send us the Ken Bone audio from his conferences.

Sure enough, they did. Here is this week's audio -- 15 minutes of goodness breaking down the losses to Gonzaga and Kansas State. (On second thought, maybe this isn't all that different from the football conferences ...)

Most interesting to me is his comment about the offensive sets, and how they haven't even put in their full motion offense yet, let alone and special sets they'd like to run. I think that's significant -- those special sets are precisely what this team needs to help Klay Thompson get some open looks, and they just aren't in there right now.

As usual you can listen to the audio via the player below, or visit our podcast page for myriad subscription options. You can also find us in the iTunes directory under keyword "CougCenter." The advantage of subscribing? Besides having the audio directly delivered to your player of choice, I often upload the audio to the podcast site before posting it here. This was uploaded about six hours ago.

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