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Wulff's meeting with Moos

Wulff's meeting with Moos

WASHINGTON STATE FOOTBALL coach Paul Wulff characterized his lunchtime meeting in athletic director Bill Moos' office as normal. He said during his Sunday teleconference that the meeting would have occurred even if his team had won a Pac-10 championship. Just about everyone else, however, seemed to be waiting anxiously.

Wulff said postseason meetings with Moos will occur with coaches to assess the season and the program's direction, as well. But the football team is the most high-profile program on most campuses and there was rampant media and fan speculation in the media about Wulff's job security, particularly if the Cougars lost the Apple Cup. WSU finished the season with a 2-10 record and Wulff now has a 5-3... Recommended Stories

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