Posted November 08, 2011 on washingtonstate.scout.com
WASHINGTON STATE MIGHT be coming off a lackluster performance, but that has not changed coach Paul Wulff’s conviction that the program is trending upward. Wulff discussed his job status, the Cougars’ development, Saturday’s 7:30 game against Arizona State (TV: Versus) and much more during his Tuesday teleconferences.
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