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Nevada wooed them, WSU landed them

RENO, Nevada – At various points in their high school careers, Isaac Dotson and Teondray Caldwell made the decision to play football at Nevada. Tonight they finally make good on their promises, but not in the way they originally intended. Caldwell signed with the Wolf Pack out of high school but never enrolled, playing instead at Washington State where he is now a second-string safety after playing two seasons at running back. Dotson was going to be the next electric dual-threat quarterback in coach Chris Ault’s pistol offense at Nevada, but when Ault left the Wolf Pack, so did Dotson, switching his allegiance to the Cougars. He too will line up at safety against what were once his future teammates.

Cougars roar past Golden Bears

Washington State University took the monkey off its back, whipped it around, and flung it into San Francisco Bay.

WSU running back Caldwell arrested

Washington State running back Teondray Caldwell was arrested on May 7 on suspicion of assault and burglary stemming from an April 28 incident at a Pullman residence. KQQQ 1150-AM in Pullman reported that Caldwell and a group of WSU football players were denied entry to a party, and that Caldwell allegedly struck a man sitting on the porch.