THERE ARE TIMES when Mansel Simmons, says his brother, still experiences some of the effects of the altercation that forced him to give up football at Washington State. But, an article in the Spokesman-Review says, he's much improved from where he was in March. And he'll be returning to WSU as a student next month for summer courses.
Washington State and the University of Idaho have not played since 2007, but a fight that involved a knife and a gun between players from both football squads will add some heat to their Sept. 21 matchup.
Mansel Simmons, a freshman wide receiver, might have suffered a skull fracture in the altercation between both teams. Simmons was knocked unconscious and suffered a concussion after...
A Washington State University football player has regained consciousness after a Sunday brawl in Pullman that involved players from the neighboring University of Idaho.
Wide receiver Mansel Simmons was found unconscious early Sunday morning in a parking lot with injuries to his head.
Police told the Moscow-Pullman Daily News that he was transported to Pullman Regional Hospital...
Via AP on Fox
March 26, 2013
Mansel Simmons suffered a fractured skull when he and his Washington State teammates got into a brawl with players from the Idaho football team.