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HOT COUGAR ACTION: Another Game, Another Poll

Last week I posted a poll asking how you thought the Cougs would fare against California. I was then very surprised when nearly 70 percent of the vote had WSU winning. Now that people have had a chance to get over the Cal game, I'm curious to see how the vote will change this week against ASU.

Wulff: His future up to Moos - - Nov. 8, 2011
PULLMAN – Washington State football coach Paul Wulff spoke candidly about his job status once again Tuesday, saying he’s trying to ignore the rumblings out there, but it’s tough to do. "So many people talk in this world about coaches, in all the sports, it’s just part of our society now, people like to talk about that stuff," Wulff said in a weekly press conference.

Cougars | Wulff says his fate is in AD Moos' hands | WSU Football | Seattle Times Newspaper
PULLMAN — Washington State football coach Paul Wulff spoke candidly about his job status once again Tuesday, saying he's trying to ignore the rumblings out there, but it's tough to do.

Wulff says it's tough to ignore job rumors -
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Washington State coach Paul Wulff is not talking with his players much about persistent rumors that he will be fired if the Cougars don't finish strong this season.

Cougars | June Daugherty trying to build winning tradition at Washington State | Seattle Times Newspaper
When it comes to women's basketball, it's not all about location, location, location. Pullman is no metropolis. Neither is Spokane, but the city a mere 75 miles north has an established and successful program in Gonzaga.

Washington State Cougars' opponent this week: Arizona State - Washington State University - The Olympian - Olympia, Washington news, weather and sports
ARIZONA STATE (6-3, 4-2 PACIFIC-12 CONFERENCE) 7:30 p.m. SATURDAY, Martin Stadium, Pullman TV: Versus. RADIO: 1240-AM, 770-AM, 104.3-FM Coach: Dennis Erickson (31-26, fifth season)

Cougars | Cougars are making changes, on and off the court | Seattle Times Newspaper
PULLMAN — Ken Bone and his Washington State basketball staff have lately done some notable recruiting for 2012-13, including the commitment of a 6-foot-5 guard, Demarquise Johnson, who was sought by Washington and Gonzaga.

WSU's DiIorio could start vs. Gonzaga " Kitsap Sun
PULLMAN — Washington State basketball coach Ken Bone said Tuesday that three projected starters are "questionable" for the Cougars' season opener Monday at 23rd-ranked Gonzaga.

Cougars | Washington State women's basketball preview: Five things to watch | Seattle Times Newspaper
Fast and furious Senior guard April Cook is healthy after suffering from a lower back injury last season. She'll help guide a fast backcourt with senior transfer Rosetta Adzasu, and freshman Tia Presley off the bench. The trio can push the ball, score and cause havoc in transition.

Washington State men's basketball preview | College Mens Basketball - The News Tribune
Ken Bone coached just one senior in his first two years at Washington State – Nikola Koprivica in 2009-10 – so Bone is pleased to have four seniors in the rotation in his third season in Pullman.

WSU Football Notebook: Cougars feel there's help on the way " Kitsap Sun
PULLMAN — As the losses keep mounting at Washington State, so does speculation about the future of coach Paul Wulff.

Pac-12 Confidential | Steve Gleason to return to WSU Saturday night | Seattle Times Newspaper
Steve Gleason, a key member of Washington State's 1997 Rose Bowl team and a former New Orleans Saints player now battling Lou Gehrig's disease, is due to return to the WSU campus Saturday night for the Arizona State game.