Never say Mike Leach doesn’t have open-field moves.
The chief of police of this college town said he understands why Washington State coach Mike Leach may be frustrated with the number of assault investigations involving his players, but the chief denied that Pullman officers go out of their way to target Cougars.
PULLMAN – As if the Washington State Cougars needed more to worry about this week, the team suffered another setback on Monday when rush linebacker Logan Tago was arrested for second degree assault and second degree robbery, both felonies.
Mike Leach gathered reporters after practice to issue a statement on the recent assault investigations involving Washington State football players. Here is the the entire statement
The Pullman Police Department’s investigation into Washington State football player Shalom Luani remains active, even as the safety plays on Saturdays for the Cougars.
Pullman police say they will recommend an assault charge against Washington State football player Shalom Luani, even as coach Mike Leach disputes media accounts of Luani’s arrest.
Washington State starting free safety Shalom Luani was arrested early Wednesday morning after allegedly breaking a man’s nose during a dispute outside Domino’s Pizza in Pullman.
Six Washington State football players are persons of interest after a weekend brawl that left two students hospitalized and more with minor injuries. Pullman police commander Chris Tennant said the police have confirmed WSU football players were present at the party but expects a lengthy investigation to determine their level of involvement.
A group of Washington State University football players is being blamed for a brutal assault that left one student unconscious and another with a fractured jaw.
Calvin Green was arrested on Sunday morning and charged with hit-and-run, reckless endangerment and not having a valid license.