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When Marquess Wilson left the Washington State football team after being suspended from that program he did it with a bang.
Wilson issued a press statement that will now create a huge swarm of drama for a program that is already somewhat under fire. It is in its entirety below.
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Nearly three years after leaving Texas Tech under similar circumstances, Mike Leach has once again been accused of abuse from a player on his team.
STANDOUT WASHINGTON STATE wide receiver Marquess Wilson spoke plainly about his departure from the program Saturday. Wilson, who has been suspended since he walked off the Cougars’ practice field Sunday, did not return a phone call from CF.C seeking comment. But Wilson did release a statement about his decision to leave the program through his hometown newspaper, the Visalia Times-Delta.
This won’t be the last we hear of this...
Trouble brewing in Pullman
Add a new chapter to the Washington State vs. Marquess Wilson saga.
For those of you just joining, here’s the back story: Last Monday, it was announced that Marquess Wilson was suspended from the team. The reason was originally undisclosed, but it was suspected to be from Wilson walking out of practice the Sunday night before.
Outside of Monday’s fallout...
Washington State and their star wide receiver have differing views over their recent split.
The Cougars announced on Wednesday that Marquess Wilson was suspended from the team indefinitely for violating team rules. Wilson released a statement on Sunday saying that he left the team over abuse from WSU coaches.
“It is with a heavy heart that I announce my decision to forgo playing...
THE COUGARS HAD some fight in ‘em; there’s no doubt about that. Amidst a firestorm of malicious comments released by former wideout Marquess Wilson, pundits who watched Saturday’s game saw a team fighting through adversity. This team showed valiant effort as it attempts to find its bearings.
((HT: KHQ-TV Spokane))
Now, we may know why Washington State WR Marquess Wilson was suspended/dismissed/walked out on the Cougars program...
Head coach Mike Leach initially said that Wilson has suspended for a failure to complete a conditioning session after the loss to Utah...
Now, Wilson is saying he's just leaving, thanks...
Both sides released prepared statements...
Mike Leach spent two years out of coaching after allegations of player mistreatment cost him his job at Texas Tech. Now at Washington State, Leach is facing a similar situation.
Marquess Wilson left the Cougars prior to their 44-36 loss to UCLA on Saturday citing the coaching staff’s preference to “belittle, intimidate and humiliate” the players as the chief cause. Wilson also...
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Washington State football coach Mike Leach denied his players are subjected to any type of abuse, as alleged by star receiver Marquess Wilson.
Wilson made the allegations in a letter he released Saturday in which he quit the team and also complained that the coaching staff would ''belittle, intimidate and humiliate us.''
Leach said during his regular Monday meeting...