Posted November 30, 2011 on
PULLMAN – Paul Wulff said he will always remain a proud alum of Washington State, but Wulff was clearly not proud of school officials after he was fired Tuesday with one year left on his five-year contract.

Washington State fires Wulff as coach

Washington State football coach Paul Wulff has been fired. The university said Tuesday that Wulff was let go after four years at the helm. Wulff is 9-40 in his four seasons at Washington State, including a 4-8 record this season that doubled the Cougars' win total from 2010 but failed to quiet critics. Wulff had one year remaining on his contract and was guaranteed a year...

Washington State fires Head Coach Paul Wulff

Paul Wulff coached the Cougars to 40 losses spread out over the last four seasons, throw in four Apple Cup losses as well, and its easy to see why AD Bill Moos made the change today in Pullman. Paul Wulff was fired today by Washington St. University.

Washington State to make Wulff decision soon

Washington State athletic director Bill Moos says he'll make a decision on football coach Paul Wulff's future within 24 hours.


LIKE A BOY SCOUT, Paul Wulff is leaving the proverbial campsite in far better shape than he found it. Alas, the progress of Washington State's football program under his watch wasn’t swift enough to satisfy athletic director Bill Moos, President Elson Floyd or the growing throng of disgruntled Cougar fans. The decision wasn't easy to make and there is "no finer man...

Washington St. fires Wulff after four-year stint

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) -- Washington State football coach Paul Wulff has been fired.

Washington State fires football coach Paul Wulff

SPOKANE, Wash. - Washington State football coach Paul Wulff was fired Tuesday after four years during which his...

Washington St. fires Wulff; went 9-40 in 4 years

Washington State football coach Paul Wulff has been fired.

What They're Saying

PAUL WULFF'S DISMISSAL, and the thought of what's to come at Washington State, provided no shortage of commentary from the media. Here's what they're saying...

Poll: Which available college football job is the most attractive?

Washington State fired Paul Wulff on Tuesday ending his four-year tenure in Pullman.

I have questions for Bill Moos

KEVIN SUMLIN is one of the hottest names in college coaching right now and Paul Wulff is out of a job. Four years ago the two of them were considered neck-and-neck to be the next head coach at Washington State until Sumlin had a ho-hum series of interviews while Wulff shined.

Moos' short list

PULLMAN – Paul Wulff bid an emotional farewell to Washington State on Tuesday, and former Texas Tech coach Mike Leach may be No. 1 on Bill Moos’ list of potential replacements for Wulff.

MMQB: A look into potential WSU Cougars coaching candidates

MMQB from Insider Steve our Washington State Cougars blogger weighs in with his take on the 2011 Apple Cup between UW and WSU. He points out if Bill Moos and school president Elson Floyd do dismiss Paul Wulff as head coach, it would behoove them to take advantage of the momentum the program has created. Maybe Mike Leach or Kevin Sumlin as a replacement hire.

With Wulff gone, Leach adds up 6 ways for WSU

THE WINNINGEST coach in Texas Tech history could hardly buy an interview with a BCS-conference school a year ago. Now Mike Leach is rumored to be at or near the top of every wish list from Topeka to Westwood. With Paul Wulff being let go today, Washington State will rocket up that list of alleged pursuers. For six very good reasons, the fit between Ol’ Wazzu and Captain Air Raid...

Mike Leach close to being named Wazzu’s head coach

Almost exactly 24 hours after their head coach was fired, Washington State is closing in on a replacement for Paul Wulff. At the press conference confirming Wulff’s firing Tuesday, athletic director Bill Moos acknowledged Mike Leach was on his short list of candidates.  Vince Grippi of the Spokane Spokesman-Review reported this afternoon that it’s much…
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