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Moos asked about Bone's future

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SPOKANE -- Washington State athletic director Bill Moos, who has long maintained that he makes decisions about hiring and firing coaches only at the end of the season, said Monday his policy applies to basketball coach Ken Bone. Bone has come under considerable fire from fans this season.

"That'll be decided at the end of the season," Moos told Cougfan when asked about Bone's future following Moos' weekly radio show at The Swinging Doors restaurant and lounge. He noted the impact of Reggie Moore's absence on the Cougars' fortunes this season, and pointed out that Bone has some intriguing talent coming through the pipeline. "At the end of the day, I'm the one responsible for...

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