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Paul Wulff Will Return

Paul Wulff Will Return - Paul Wulff will return for his fourth year as head football coach at Washington State.

Wulff and athletic director Bill Moos met Sunday afternoon and Wulff was told the news. In a round-about way.

First the two talked about the Apple Cup, the good and bad elements of it.

“Then we just talked about what we can continue to do to keep making us better,” Wulff said. “We didn’t talk long enough to go through all of it but we will continue to meet and talk, just to keep each other updated.

“Basically, we talked about how supportive he is and we’re building and growing a program. That was really the extent of it.”

There was speculation concerning Wulff’s status much of the season, as Moos, who took after WSU in the spring, continually stated it would be evaluated after the season ended.

“President Floyd has said from the beginning that the decision on Paul Wulff’s future is mine,” Moos said in a release Sunday. “I appreciate his trust and know that his goal, like mine, is to see Cougar football be successful and compete for championships.

“That being said, it is my feeling at this particular time that the best course of action to move in that direction is to continue with the current leadership.”

Moos and Wulff went through the first part of the evaluation process Sunday, a day after the Cougars’ 35-28 loss to Washington in the Apple Cup at Martin Stadium.

Paul Wulff Will Return

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