As a rodeo fan, former participant and practicing, boot-wearing cowboy, you'd expect Jack Bishop to be a person of unconditional bliss when in just a few short weeks he rides off into the sunset.
But it won't be that simple. Nor will it be easy.
"One thing I’m thinking more and more about," the Central Washington athletic director said during a recent interview in his office, "is it’s just going to be very hard to leave Ellensburg."
Read more from the Yakima Herald-Review article here.
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