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Santa Monica (Calif.) wide out Sebastian Larue took an official visit to Washington State over the weekend and the USC commit said he had a great time in Pullman.
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What a week it was for the Washington State football team. Their star receiver, Marquess Wilson was announced as “suspended” from the football team, with rumors that the junior would never come back. Then, just two hours before kickoff of this weekend’s game vs. UCLA, Wilson released a statement about “abuse” by Mike Leach and his coaching staff.In what are very serious...
Last Saturday Washington State star wide receiver Marquess Wilson accused head coach Mike Leach of abuse in a letter in which he also announced that he’d quit the team. The Washington State responded to the allegations Monday. “There is no truth about it at all.” He described Wilson as a disgruntled player. “Sixty five people [...]
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The president of Washington State University has asked the athletic department and the Pac-12 separately to review recent allegations about the football program in Pullman.
The move comes one day after star receiver Marquess Wilson quit the team, blaming the coaching staff for what he called abuse of players.
Wilson says he left the program because of the actions of first-year...
Washington State receiver Marquess Wilson has quit the football team.Wilson who had been a starter for three seasons had been heavily criticized by head coach Mike Leach and was suspended for a game after walking out of a workout. The receiver claims that the suspension was simply a way for the University to cover up the abuse that Leach and his team is inflicting on the teams players...
Tallahassee Lincoln safety Jamerson Blount says he will visit Washington State after the state playoffs are over.
PULLMAN -- What exactly transpired during halftime during the 49-6 loss Nov. 3 loss at Utah has become a popular topic among Washington State fans since former wide receiver Marquess Wilson alleged physical abuse occurred in the locker room. Offensive lineman Elliott Bosch and two teammates discussed Wilson’s departure and the upcoming game at Arizona State during their Monday teleconference.
SPOKANE – Washington State athletic director Bill Moos said he met with head football coach Mike Leach “for about an hour Sunday” regarding receiver Marquess Wilson’s well-publicized physical abuse accusations and “a variety of things,” including recruiting.
The Cougars will hit the road this week and head to the warmer weather of California to take on the Spartans of San Jose State. The Spartan offense has solidified its identity under third-year coach Mike MacIntyre, who has led the fourth-best turnaround record-wise in Spartan history.
Washington State commitment Gerard Wicks had a huge game for Long Beach Poly, rushing for a couple of scores and for over 200 yards. Read about this and more from this week's west coast football action.
The secondary and the offensive line struggled on Saturday, but Anthony Barr, Eric Kendricks, and special teams helped to save the day...
ASU's Head Coach talks about the game preparations for the Washington State contest.