BILL MOOS on Monday was struck by the strength, and parity, of the Pac-12 conference as Washington State prepares to enter conference play Saturday vs. Oregon (6:30 pm, Pac-12 Networks). On his radio show, Moos also touched on recruiting, and broached the subject of how good the Cougars' rival – the Huskies – appear through four weeks of the football season.
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GLENN JOHNSON IS truly a man in the middle. The different world views between the Washington State football program and the Pullman Police Department fall on him unlike anyone else: He is at once the face of Pullman, as the city's mayor, and the most recognizable Voice of the Cougars this side of Bob Robertson, as the decades-long Martin Stadium PA man. In an exclusive interview with Cougfan.com, Johnson talked about the highly publicized fracas between school and city.
September 22, 2016
READING THE Spokesman-Review today left me with two over-arching thoughts. The first: If you’re going to blast WSU’s new president on your editorial page, at least spell his name right. It’s Schulz, not Shulz. Second, and more substantively, the S-R is using a misleading statistic as the foundation for its condemnation of the school.
September 21, 2016
THE EXACT TIME and TV network hasn’t been nailed down yet, but Washington State-Oregon will be a night game, Bill Moos said on his radio show Monday morning. Wazzu head man Mike Leach, in the car driving at the time, also called in to chat. With the bye week here, all the WSU assistant coaches are out on the road recruiting the next two days, said Leach.
September 19, 2016
PULLMAN – The CF.C camera was rolling as Bill Moos joined Pullman police chief Gary Jenkins in a Friday afternoon PPD press conference announcing the results of the police investigation into a July incident at a party involving Cougar football players. Jenkins said Cougars Robert Barber and T.J. Fehoko were arrested and released Friday morning for their part in the incident.
September 16, 2016
IT TURNS OUT BILL MOOS had more to say after all. Hours after a statement from Moos acknowledging recent events involving WSU football players and saying there would be no further comment, Moos told ESPN that he and Washington State president Kirk Schulz would meet Thursday with Pullman police chief Gary Jenkins.
September 15, 2016
IT’S A QUESTION Cougar fans have been asking for some time now: Will Ben Moos join the man in charge of WSU athletics, dad Bill Moos, on campus next season? The younger Moos told CF.C he and the WSU coaches continue to strengthen their bond -- and he’ll be at every WSU home game in 2016. But what does this mean moving forward?
September 6, 2016