Coach Jim Walden
Former WSU Head Coach
Jim Walden (link his name to: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Walden) played QB for Wyoming and in the Canadian Professional Football League. As a coach, he was a member of Bob Devaney’s University of Nebraska’s National Championships Teams in 1970 and 1971. Later he became the famous and most successful WSU Cougar Head Coach.
A Word From the President
“WSU Head Coach Jim Walden, the Mississippi Gambler, hired me on his Cougar staff in 1978. Along with Black Tom Parry, working for Jim and his staff was the most enjoyable experience in my career. He taught me that lf a program was to succeed, loyalty must run in both directions.”