Washington State suspends Logan Tago after arrest


Mike Leach did his best, but it wasn’t enough. Washington State has suspended linebacker Logan Tago after charges were filed against him on Monday, school president Kirk Schulz told local television station SWX.

Tago was involved in an incident earlier this summer where he allegedly punched a man and stole his beer.

This week, Tago was charged with second-degree robbery and fourth-degree assault. Because the charges are felonies, university rules determine Tago must remain suspended until his legal case is finished.

Tago is due in court on Nov. 4, so he will likely miss the remainder of Oct. while waiting to face the judge.

Washington State, currently undefeated in conference play and sitting at 3-2 on the season, returns to action on Saturday against UCLA at Clarence D. Martin Stadium in Pullman.

Kickoff is set for 10:30 p.m. ET on ESPN.

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