Most administrators and coaches in college athletics are very careful with their words. They speak in cliches and often sound as if a public relations representative is feeding them answers. Bill Moos is not one of those administrators.
Moos joined John Canzano on KXL 101 Tuesday and the nearly 15 minute interview is a must listen for anyone who follows WSU athletics. The interview touches on a variety of subjects including the hiring of Mike Leach, Moos' opinion on Leach's exit at Texas Tech, expectations for 2012, Moos' return to WSU and his relationship with Phil Knight.
WSU may not have won much on the field recently, but when it comes to interesting interviews from the coach and athletic director, we have to be the best in the country.
Cougars AD Bill Moos talks Pac-12 football
After serving as the athletic director at Oregon and Montana, Bill Moos returned to Washington State in 2010 after a twenty year absence. Washington State athletic director Bill Moos joins the Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano to talk about Cougars football and his memories of Phil Knight at Oregon.
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Going into the 2012 season, it looks like rushing will need the most work from the Cougars. Last season, Washington State had two running backs splitting time in the backfield. However, this did not hurt their points per game numbers as they had 29.8 points per game (45th overall) in 2011.
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Why: Who isn't excited to see Mike Leach return to his roots in Provo, Utah? As we talked about in our most-important-game series, this is going to be a good first measuring stick to see how far Washington State has come in Leach's short tenure.
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