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Of course six wins is possible. I'm just not sure it's entirely realistic, especially as a measure of whether the season was a success. Given just how low the bottom was for this program and the schedule WSU faces, I'd personally count five wins a healthy amount of growth and a success, assuming that the annihilations of the past remain a thing of the past. Anything at six or above would be a smashing success in my book.
Now, whether five wins should save Paul Wulff's job is an entirely different question, one I think we as fans would be wise to separate from our evaluation. I think it's possible for this team to have a successful season and the school's administration to determine that someone else needs to lead the program going forward, and I think we would be wise to make that distinction.
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