Moos pleased with WSU's progress

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by KREM 2 Sports

KREM.com

Posted on April 18, 2013 at 8:49 PM

Updated Thursday, Apr 18 at 8:49 PM

Monday marked the three-year anniversary for Bill Moos as Washington State's Athletic Director. The former Cougar football player is pleased with the progress made over that time, and anxious to continue laying the groundwork in Pullman.

That is quite literally the case for Moos, who points out improved facilities among his areas of pride. Recent changes are highlighted by the improved press box area at Martin Stadium, and the ongoing construction of a new football operations building.

Moos has had plenty of opportunities to talk about the state of the WSU Athletic Department during Spokane Week, which wraps up with Saturday's Crimson & Gray Game. The Cougars' annual scrimmage is in its third year in Spokane, and drew nearly 12,000 fans in 2012.

An improved football team will also be a big part of the puzzle for Moos. Mike Leach's squad took its lumps in the coach's first year, going 3-9 and finishing with an Apple Cup win over Washington.

Moos says the team has made strides, having gone through a full year under Leach. The WSU AD expects the improvements to be on display Saturday at 2:00 p.m. at Joe Albi Stadium.

 

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