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Approximately one month after a controversial phone call between Nick Rolovich and Kassidy Woods leaked to members of the media, the Washington State wide receiver has indicated he plans to finish his college football career somewhere other than Pullman.
Theo Lawson from the Spokesman Review joins SWX Tonight to break down the Washington State football situation.
A Washington State football player, redshirt sophomore receiver Kassidy Woods, believes his decision to join the Pac-12’s player-led unity group may jeopardize his long-term future with the Cougars’ football program after a phone conversation with head coach Nick Rolovich on Saturday.
Video: Washington State wide receiver Kassidy Woods post practice Aug. 15.
The team will hold 15 more practices and two important scrimmages before officially opening the season at New Mexico State. So while the Cougars may still be a ways out from releasing any sort of depth chart, a handful of players helped their chances this past week in Lewiston.
A daily fall practice update from The Spokesman-Review’s Washington State beat writer, Theo Lawson (@TheoLawson_SR). We set the scene, list the day’s important notes, highlight one big play, pick the standouts and slip-ups, track the quarterback race and dissect one talking point from post-practice interviews.
When spring camp opened, coaches ran an interesting concept by Kassidy Woods, an outside receiver who played sparingly on special teams in 2018, but preserved his redshirt by appearing in only four games. With the “X” and “Z” positions essentially clogged up, Woods got a trial run at the “Y” slot position.
Washington State's Kassidy Woods talks about the move from outside receiver to inside receiver and adjusting to the weather in Pullman after coming from Texas.