Not a ton of links today, but Vince Grippi's Q & A with Bill Moos is a must read. It includes an update on Paull Wulff's contract, the latest on the Martin Stadium remodel, football scheduling, Moos' thoughts on the Pac-16 and more on the makeover of the athletic department.
Q & A with WSU athletic director Bill Moos - Spokesman.com - Sept. 24, 2011
PULLMAN – When Bill Moos was introduced as Washington State’s athletic director 11/2 years ago, he promised make changes around Bohler Gym.
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Ryan Leaf has set a lot of records for Washington State University. Even though the Cougars barely lost at the '97 Rose Bowl, Leaf's success as quarterback prompted him to leave WSU and become a first-round draft pick in the NFL. He bombed, was booed and benched.
A Saturday without WSU football - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Sept. 24, 2011
Got a list of things to do today, being that one of them isn't to cover a Washington State football game. The first was to sleep in. That's done. Second, post. In the process. Finally, watch college football. Just as soon as I get this done. But we're not blowing our morning post off, nosiree. We've got Washington State basketball, Pac-12 football and a tease from our Sunday story. Read on.
Scout.com: Cougar walk on gets legendary treatment
WHEN COUGAR coaches held their annual tryout a few weeks ago for Washington State students looking to earn a walk on spot with the football team, seven daring souls made the cut. One of them was no ordinary freshman and today he’s wearing no ordinary jersey number.
Cougars Have Strong Day Two at Cougar Classic - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash. - The Washington State University women's tennis team completed day two of the 2011 Cougar Classic at the WSU Outdoor Tennis Courts, with six singles players and three doubles teams advancing to Sunday's finals.