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June 1, 2008 8:04 PM

Another possible AD candidate

Posted by Bob Condotta

Here's a new possibility for UW's athletic director position --- Doug Woolard, who has been the
AD at South Florida since May 12, 2004.

His connection to UW is obvious --- he was the AD at Saint Louis when Lorenzo Romar was hired as basketball coach there in 1999. Romar is on UW's search committee for a new AD.

Woolard was also an associate AD at Washington State from 1989-94, giving him lots of experience both in the Pac-10 and in the state of Washington.

The Huskies are still searching for a new AD to replace Todd Turner, who "resigned'' last December.

There are also rumblings that former Oreogn AD Bill Moos may still be involved. He has been speaking of late only through his lawyer, Raymond Cihak, of Corvallis. Cihak, who previously said Moos had said he had not been contacted by UW officials or the search committee, has not responded of late to questions about the search. So maybe Moos still is involved.

As I reported last night, the Times is hearing that Bob Stull of UTEP is not thought to be in the running despite likely being interested. I'll have more on the search as the week progresses.

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