Posted November 13, 2012 on washingtonstate.scout.com
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.
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