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Leach, Tuberville Step Over the Line

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There is a line football coaches can’t cross. As worshiped and well-paid as they are, there is one boundary to their seemingly limitless power: They cannot commit physical harm.

On Saturday, hours before Washington State took the field against UCLA, star receiver Marquess Wilson released a blistering letter addressed to "Cougar Nation" accusing head coach Mike Leach of abuse. The letter is eloquent and emotional, declaring his decision to leave the team because of the way he feels he and his teammates have been treated by Leach.

 

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