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Running with the PAC-12
A conversation with athletic director Bill Moos
Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011
By Larry Clark, Washington State Magazine
Moos with the new PAC-12 logo. (Photo illustration
by Shelly Hanks, WSU Photo Services)
PULLMAN, Wash. - This summer, Washington State University and the other nine schools in the PAC-10 conference expanded to the PAC-12, welcoming the University of Colorado and the University of Utah. WSU Athletic Director Bill Moos has been part of the changing conference for decades: as a football player at WSU in the PAC-8, as an associate athletic director and athletic director in the PAC-10 and now back at WSU for the PAC-12.
The conference also gained the most lucrative television deal in the history of college sports, worth up to $20 million a year for WSU, which splits conference games between ESPN and Fox.
Larry Clark of Washington State Magazine sat down with Moos for a discussion on what it means for WSU to be part of the PAC-12 conference, the television deal and his vision for WSU’s athletic programs and facilities.
Read the complete interview from Washington State Magazine here.