PAUL WULFF RUMORS & GOSSIP
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 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...
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November 29, 2011
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.
PAUL WULFF will not be back for a fifth season as head coach at Washington State, two well-placed sources tell Cougfan.com. Athletic director Bill Moos, who met with Wulff on Sunday and Tuesday to talk about the state of the program, officially will make the announcement at 2 p.m. today, they said.
Washington State athletic director Bill Moos will make a decision on football coach Paul Wulff's future by Tuesday.
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. Moos said on his weekly radio show Monday that he has to decide if ''staying the course...
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November 28, 2011
At one point this season, probably in early October just before the Cougars blew a game at UCLA, it looked like the Apple Cup might carry some added intrigue for once.
Heck, it still might have if the Cougars had been able to beat Utah in a Pullman snowstorm last Saturday. That would have made the Apple Cup mean something more than a week of speculation about whether the Huskies...
When Paul Wulff returned to his alma mater at Washington State he inherited the shell of a football program, beset by poor recruiting, academic sanctions that led to scholarship reductions and a level of apathy.
Whether he's done enough in four years to bring the Cougars closer to the level of respectability their fans demand is a polarizing debate among the crimson-and-gray...
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November 26, 2011
Insider Steve our Washington State Cougars blogger weighs in with his thoughts on the coaching future of current Cougs HC Paul Wulff. Bill Moos has a tough desision to make. Moos understands better then most the positive gains Wulff has contributed to this football team. Recruiting has been a strength. Conner Halliday, Austin Apodaca for example.
The excuses were getting old, so it was nice to see Paul Wulff’s Washington State Cougars pull off what was probably their best win of the paltry nine victories they have since Wulff arrived in 2008.
It would be nice to say it was a stroke of coaching genius on Wulff’s part to insert freshman Connor Halliday as the quarterback, but it was nothing more than a desperation move...
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PAUL WULFF'S hold on the head coaching job at Washington State would appear to be nearing life-support after the Cougars fell in lackluster fashion, 30-7, to a not-especially-good Cal Bear team Saturday in San Francisco. Barring a miraculous final three weeks of the season, Wulff's future looks dimmer than a Tom turkey at Thanksgiving. And that's a shame.