Posted November 27, 2011 on washingtonstate.scout.com
SEATTLE -- Patience. Washington State coach Paul Wulff long has maintained that the only way to restore the program and become a top-tier Pac-12 presence was through building a base of young talent. But if Saturday’s 38-21 loss against Washington in the Apple Cup was any indication, WSU still has a ways to go. And it appears Wulff has run out of time in the process.
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