Donnie Marbut pens heartfelt farewell letter
He called coaching at Washington State "a true privilege." Marbut was released by WSU athletic director Bill Moos on Tuesday, two days after Marbut completed his 11th season at the helm with the 314th victory of his WSU career. His is the third-winningest coach in WSU history behind Brayton and Buck Bailey. In his letter, published at wsucougars.com, Marbut said he dreamed of coaching the Cougars for 30-plus years "but I understand that college athletics is more than just school spirit, hard work, and a collective quest for excellence. It’s also a business in which leaders must make decisions everyday based on many factors." To read Marbut's letter, CLICK HERE.
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