After Ken Bone was fired from WSU, Cougar fans were excited to hear who the next head coach of the Washington State Cougars would be. We've had a couple of days to marinate on our picks would be, but it would appear that we may have to wait a couple of days to find out who the new coach will be.
On Monday's edition of Bill Moos' radio show, he gave a little bit of an update on the coaching search. And, by "a little bit, I mean a little bit." Moos doesn't say much about the search but he does say that he hopes to have the new coach in place within the next 10-14 days and for sure "before the end of the NCAA tournament." While Moos didn't say anything else about the search many people have narrowed down the list of potential new coaches.Jacob Thorpe says that 3 names have surfaced: Leon Rice, Ernie Kent and Marvin Menzies.
One thing is clear, WSU will have a new coach before you know it. The odds on favorite is more than likely former Oregon coach Ernie Kent, but you never know what's in store when Bill Moos is in charge.
Positions up for grabs as WSU football nears spring practices - Spokesman.com - March 25, 2014
Washington State was young last season and returns eight starters on offense and seven on defense. Still, the Cougars graduated some significant contributors on both sides of the ball meaning that the upcoming 15 practices will be critical for determining their replacements.
KHQ Mobile Sports: WSU Ready for Spring Football
The Washington State University football team will begin its spring practice schedule, Thursday, March 27, the first of 15 practice dates that conclude April 29. The annual Crimson and Gray Game will be held April 26 at Joe Albi Stadium in Spokane at 1 p.m. and will be televised by the Pac-12 Networks.
Moos: Cougars expect to have a new coach soon | HeraldNet.com - Sports
Members of the Washington State men's basketball team returned from spring break this week to a program with no head coach.
Morning links: WSU coaching search enters Week 2 | Husky Men's Basketball | Seattle Times
A week ago Washington State fired coach Ken Bone after five years with the Cougars. At the time, athletic director Bill Moos said in a statement released by the school that he would move quickly to find a successor.
Cougars Open Homestand - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
After a nine-game road trip, the Washington State (9-12) baseball team opens a seven-game homestand with a four-game series against San Jose State (7-18)
Rock, Paper, Scissors
WSU to attempt record for largest rock, paper, scissors tournament | KREM.com Spokane
Organizers hope to raise $15,000 to go towards Team Gleason to assist Cougar Alumni Steve Gleason and the continued fight against Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).