NW Sports from the AP

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Here is the latest Washington, Oregon and Alaska sports news from
The Associated Press

KENT, Wash. (AP) – Clarence Trent scored 15 points last night,
leading Seattle to a 77-54 victory over Evergreen State. Allen Tate
and Louis Green each added 12 points for the Redhawks, who won
their second game in a row. Senior forward Aaron Broussard, who
scored his 1,000th career point in last week’s 85-73 win at Montana
State, chipped in 10. Marice Tolliver had a game-high 21 points to
lead the Geoducks, an NAIA team from Olympia.

LOS ANGELES (AP) – UCLA has fired coach Rick Neuheisel
(noo-HY’-zul) after four seasons in charge of his alma mater. The
school announced yesterday that Neuheisel will be allowed to coach
the Bruins in Friday’s Pac-12 title game at Oregon. Offensive
coordinator Mike Johnson will be the Bruins’ interim coach if they
earn a bowl berth.

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) – Washington State athletic director Bill
Moos says he’ll make a decision on football coach Paul Wulff’s
future by this morning. On his radio show yesterday in Spokane,
Moos said he’ll decide by today at the latest whether to keep Wulff
for a fifth season or move in a different direction. Wulff is 9-40
in four seasons in charge at Washington State, including 4-8 this
season – double last year’s win total but failing to quiet his

RENTON, Wash. (AP) – The Seattle Seahawks have placed backup
linebacker and special teams standout David Vobora on injured
reserve with an apparent shoulder injury. The Seahawks made the
move yesterday, a day after their 23-17 loss to Washington. Vobora
was seen in the locker room after the game with a wrap on his left
shoulder but the team did not specify his injury. To fill Vobora’s
spot, Seattle claimed Adrian Moten off waivers.

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