It's press conference Tuesday at WSU, which means both football coach Paul Wulff and men's basketball coach Ken Bone met with the assembled local media today.
Wulff talked about the ideal weather report for Saturday and facing AD Bill Moos' son, Bo Moos, a defensive tackle for ASU. He also tried to make some sense out of Saturday's face-plant against California, talking (again) about the enormity of the rebuild here and just how young the team is, sticking to his talking points about the number of four- and five-year players in the program. He also said he welcomes Steve Gleason talking to the team this weekend. There was a lot more, but you can watch the video if you want to know more.
Bone started off by addressing the team's injury issues, which include Reggie Moore, Faisal Aden and Abe Lodwick all being questionable for the season opener on Monday at Gonzaga. And if you read between the lines, it doesn't sound real likely that any of them will play. He also talked a bit about replacing DeAngelo Casto (his diplomatic response about D.J. Shelton made me smile), how the newcomers are adjusting, and what kind of effort he's going to need from the entire roster if all three of those guys sit out.
Video after the jump.