Yesterday, most of us expected Bill Moos to announce Paul Wulff's fate. Instead, we found out the two talked for 90 minutes and talks would be "ongoing." Thus Paul Wulff Watch 2011 was born. Ongoing talks could, in theory, last for days or even weeks, but I would expect a resolution sometime today. Whether Wulff stays, or goes, a decision has to be made and the sooner the better.
Now that the minor stories are out of the way, it's time to get to the important stuff, Monday morning trivia. Today's trivia questions are inspired by the utterly ridiculous season Marquess Wilson just finished. Each question will be worth ten points.
Wilson's record breaking season included setting the WSU single season record for receptions and receiving yards. Who was the last offensive player to set two single season records in the same year?
Wilson now has 2,394 receiving yards in 24 games played good for a per game average of 99.75, the highest of any WSU receiver since 1970. Which WSU receiver has the second highest YPG average since 1970?
In setting the single season receiving yard record, Wilson also set the record for receiving yards by a sophomore. Who previously held the sophomore receiving yards record?
Cougs blow 14-point lead, lose to UC Riverside - Spokesman.com - Nov. 27, 2011
ANAHEIM, Calif. – The Washington State Cougars squandered a 14-point lead in the second half, then watched Phil Martin make a driving layup with 13 seconds left that gave UC Riverside a 64-63 victory Sunday in the 76 Classic at the Anaheim Convention Center.
Bud Withers | If Cougars do turn to Mike Leach, it could be an interesting pairing | Seattle Times Newspaper
A year ago, Washington State played a football game at Southern Methodist, which it lost, 35-21. An analyst for CBS College Sports Network took note of what he perceived to be the dour countenance of WSU coach Paul Wulff.
WSU: No decision yet on Wulff " Kitsap Sun
PULLMAN — Paul Wulff lived to see another day — and perhaps many more days, months and years — as football coach at Washington State.
Paul Wulff Steers WSU Football Through The Dark Ages - Pacific Takes
Just like their cross-state rivals in Seattle, Paul Wulff and the Washington St. Cougars continue their upward trend from the dregs. Unlike Steve Sarkisian and Washington, Wulff isn't looking like he'll be around for the resurrection of the program.
Paul Wulff still coach at Washington State after meeting - NCAA Football - SI.com
PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) -- Paul Wulff is still the coach at Washington State - for now. Athletic Director Bill Moos issued a statement Sunday night that discussions with Wulff about his future and that of the Cougars' program are ongoing.
State budget cuts hit Washington State's town, Pullman, especially hard | NEWS UPDATES - The News Tribune
PULLMAN - There is no escaping the influence of Washington State University in this remote college town.