And to think I linked to all of those "Ken Bone is on the hot seat" articles and all I got was this lousy t-shirt. Well, actually I didn't get a t-shirt, but I did link to a bunch of stuff which turned out to be wasted Internet space.
In case you didn't hear, all indications point to Ken Bone keeping his job for at least another year. As Jeff pointed out multiple times recently, this was the likely outcome all along due to a plethora of reasons. That, however, didn't stop from plenty of discussion and speculation over recent months.
In the end, it probably turned out to be a good thing for Bone as a hot seat would come in really handy during a Pullman winter.
WSU's Bone meets with Moos, keeps job - Spokesman.com - March 27, 2013
PULLMAN – Ken Bone is still Washington State’s basketball coach. Bone and athletic director Bill Moos held their end-of-season meeting on Wednesday, The Spokesman-Review has learned, and Bone is expected to return for his fifth season as WSU’s coach.
WSU men's basketball coach Bone to return " Kitsap Sun
Ken Bone will be retained as Washington State’s basketball coach, Cougars sources said Wednesday night, after Bone met with athletic director Bill Moos earlier in the day.
Hey, who knew offensive line depth was an actual thing? If I posted nothing but a list of names of healthy, active and not terrible offensive lineman and it was more than seven would it instantly become the No. 1 moment on the Top 10 CougCenter Moments?
There’s strength in numbers on ‘O’ line - Spokesman.com - March 27, 2013
PULLMAN – There is a whiteboard in the room where Washington State’s football offensive linemen meet. And the numbers written on it might mean a little more during this year’s spring practices than last.
With John Olerud's number being retired on Saturday, WSU pulled this interview out of the archives. There is also a preview of the upcoming series with Stanford.
Interview with John Olerud - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Washington State University will retire John Olerud's uniform No. 18 prior to its March 30 (noon start time) game against Stanford at Bailey-Brayton Field.
Cougar Baseball Hosts Stanford in Pac-12 Series - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
The Washington State (15-8, 2-1 Pac-12) baseball team continues its nine-game homestand with a three-game series against nationally-ranked Stanford (11-8, 1-2 Pac-12)...games are scheduled to take place Thursday, March 28 (6 p.m.), Friday, March 29 (6 p.m.), and Saturday, March 30 (noon)...Cougars are 253-223 under Donnie Marbut, who is in his ninth season as head coach of the WSU program and 10th overall in Pullman...Marbut is assisted by Gregg Swenson, Pat Waer, Michael Naughton and Scott Parrish.