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Christian Haangana, a redshirt junior offensive lineman who would’ve been a primary backup for Washington State this fall, has been from the team roster and is no longer a member of the Cougars football team, a source confirmed to The Spokesman-Review.
An arrest warrant has been issued for Washington State offensive lineman Christian Haangana, who’s reportedly missed multiple court hearings since being charged with misdemeanor vandalism charges in late April.
Christian Haangana and Fa’avae Fa’avae, both members of the Washington State football team, were arrested Saturday morning on felony vandalism charges after reportedly stomping on and damaging multiple vehicles at a college apartment complex near the WSU campus, Pullman Police Commander Chris Tennant confirmed to The Spokesman-Review.
Early on in Friday’s game, USC diagnosed a tendency in Washington State’s field goal protection when the Cougars lined up a 50-yard kick for Blake Mazza. So the Trojans adjusted their own setup when Mazza trotted back out to try to tie the game with less than two minutes left in the fourth quarter.
Christian Haangana, a 6-foot-6, 347-pound offensive linemen, announced his decision to accept a football scholarship from Washington State on Twitter.