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HOT COUGAR ACTION: Wulff Watch, Day Three

It's decision time Mr. Moos. What say you?
It's decision time Mr. Moos. What say you?

And so it continues. I didn't think we would make it to day two of Wulff Watch 2011, yet alone a third day. With today's 2 p.m. announcement I would assume there will be no day four. Then again, who knows what is going to happen at this point. Maybe they will announce that they aren't ready to announce anything.

One thing I do know, the fan base seems to be fairly evenly split. Reading through the threads from yesterday, I would guess it is somewhere around a 55-45 split leaning towards pro-Wulff. Luckily, I don't have to guess and you can all just vote in the poll posted below.

We will have plenty of coverage today, both before and after the announcement. Obviously this is going to be a hot topic of discussion. I would like to applaud everyone for the threads yesterday. For the most part, they remained civil and just really well done. Here is to more of the same today and in the next few days.

Wulff lobbies on his behalf, awaits Tuesday decision - Spokesman.com - Nov. 28, 2011
PULLMAN – Washington State athletic director Bill Moos will hold a 2 p.m. press conference in a Bohler Gym conference room Tuesday to discuss the future of the football program.

No resolution in Pullman - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Nov. 28, 2011
After all that, Bill Moos and Paul Wulff didn't even meet Monday and a press conference is scheduled for 2 p.m. Tuesday afternoon. Read on.

Wilson, Long, Hoffman-Ellis Named to Pac-12 Second Team - SWX Right Now-Sports for Spokane, CdA, Tri-Cities, WA
Although just a sophomore, it is likely Marquess Wilson will down in history as one of the best receivers in Cougar history. He is already one of the best receivers in the Pac-12, named to the conference's second team on Monday.

Moos: Decision on Wulff’s WSU tenure coming today
SPOKANE — Washington State athletic director Bill Moos will make a decision on football coach Paul Wulff’s future by today. Wulff is 9-40 in his four seasons at Washington State, including a 4-8 record this season that doubled the Cougars’ win total from 2010 but failed to quiet critics. Moos said on his weekly radio show Monday that he has to decide if "staying the course" is the right decision to energize the WSU fan base.

Firing and Hiring in the Pac-12 and a Re-Look at Preseason Predictions | Undrafted Free Agent - seattlepi.com
Now that the regular season is complete and the firings are underway (Arizona, Arizona State, UCLA, but no word yet from Pullman) I thought it would be a good idea to review my preseason predictions to see how much (or how little) I knew about the first Pac-12 conference.