SPOKANE, Wash. — Washington State football coach Paul Wulff has been fired.
The university said Tuesday that Wulff was let go after four years at the helm.
Wulff is 9-40 in his four seasons at Washington State, including a 4-8 record this season that doubled the Cougars’ win total from 2010 but failed to quiet critics.
Wulff had one year remaining on his contract and was guaranteed a year’s severance pay of $600,000 if he was let go before the end of the five years.
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