Found November 13, 2012 on College Football Section:
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Mike Leach is once again under scrutiny. This time from a player at Washington State, Marquess Wilson, that quit the team after being suspended indefinitely by coach Leach and then released a very well written statement describing that Leach and his staff belittle and physically abuse players including himself. Washington State has launched an investigation into the accusations, but athletic director Bill Moos seems to think that there is nothing to worry about. From the sounds of it, Moos doesn’t feel anything that happened crossed a line. “I have members of my staff that are in all aspects of practice, locker rooms,” he said, adding that he’s not involved himself but does have a finger on the pulse of all his programs. “Student-athlete welfare is always at the top of my list of my priority,” Moos added. “Football is a tough game. Tough players are the result of tough coaches.” With regards to workouts he said, “Our practices are an hour and a half. They are intense, but they’re th...
1 Comment:
  • I am not a fan of WSU or of Leach particularly- but this is BS. Moos is a decent man, and although you won't catch me wearing any WSU apparel anytime ever, WSU has enough problems without having to put up with unfounded accusations.
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