At some point in the near future, Ken Bone's status for next season will not be a topic of conversation. We are not at that point yet apparently.
If you are waiting for Bill Moos to officially announce Ken Bone will return next season, you're likely going to have to wait at least another week.
During his weekly radio show, Moos said he would meet with Bone sometime next week to discuss the future of the basketball program. That meeting shouldn't signify much as Moos meets with every coach at the end of the season. There is also a question as to whether anything would be announced. More likely than not, there will be silence with maybe an off hand comment down the road on his radio show.
Moos will be asked about Bone's status and say he met with Bone and the two had a "really good conversation." He will say he likes the direction the team is going and mention incoming players and Que Johnson. He'll probably bring up the departures before last season and close it by saying who knows what the future holds.
Washington State athletic director Bill Moos said Monday he tentatively plans to meet with basketball coach Ken Bone next week to discuss the program’s direction and, presumably, Bone’s job status.
Brock Motum Earns USBWA All-District Honors - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
ST. LOUIS, Mo. - Washington State University senior Brock Motum has been named to the U.S. Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) All-District IX Team for the second-straight season, the organization announced.
Moos, Bone to review season - Spokesman.com - March 19, 2013
PULLMAN – Washington State athletic director Bill Moos said on his weekly radio show Monday that he plans to meet with men’s basketball coach Ken Bone next week to discuss the future of the program.
Jeff covered the spring practice schedule yesterday, but here it is again if you missed it.
Cougar Football Announces Spring Practice Schedule - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. -The Washington State University football team will begin its spring practice schedule, Thursday, March 21, the first of 15 practice dates that conclude April 23. The annual Crimson and Gray Game will be held April 20 at Joe Albi Stadium in Spokane at 2 p.m. and will be televised by the Pac-12 Networks.
Fresh off their series win against Arizona State, WSU will host Gonzaga tonight. Tonight's game is the first of a nine-game homestand for the Cougars. WSU played well on its first homestand and will hopefully continue that trend tonight.
Cougar Baseball Opens Nine-Game Homestand - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. - Fresh off its Pac-12 opening series victory at then-No. 14 Arizona State, the Washington State baseball team opens a nine-game homestand, Tuesday at 6 p.m. against Gonzaga.