November 2, 2010

Paul Wulff not on hot seat?

According to SWX, Paul Wulff isn't worried about his job:

Washington State coach Paul Wulff doesn't think the Cougars have to win at least one of their final three games in order for him to retain his job.

Wulff believes his rebuilding program is progressing and that the team has played to its potential for much of the season.

The Cougars, who are 1-8 and 0-6 in the PAC-10, took a 42-0 beating last week at Arizona State. Their lone win came on a 23-22 victory over FCS Montana State. On top of that WSU has lost 15 straight PAC-10 games.

I personally don't think that Wulff is as cool as he makes it seem. I mean who wouldn't be worried with a 4-30 record since taking over at WSU. The truth is that rebuilding takes time and he took over a terrible team. I'd say give him another season and if at this time next year WSU still doesn't have a PAC-10 win and doesn't have a win over an FBS team, then it might be time for Wulff to start printing off some resumes.

Yet the seat is still hot. I guess we'll see in the next few weeks.

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