There is more trouble for the Washington State football program.
On Friday, defensive linemen T.J. Fehoko and Robert Barber were assaulted on second-degree assault charges for a brawl that broke out at a house party back in July.
The Pulman Police Department announced the news on Friday afternoon.
Two WSU football players — T.J. Fehoko and Robert Barber — were arrested today on charges of 2nd-degree assault, Pullman PD announces
— Kyle Bonagura (@BonaguraESPN) September 16, 2016
Barber, who has already been expelled pending an appeal, is accused of knocking a person unconscious in the brawl. Fehoko, meanwhile, reportedly struck a partygoer which resulted in a broken jaw for the victim.
Despite being expelled, Barber is currently allowed to practice with the team until his appeal is heard.
Barber is a senior, while Fehoko is a freshman.
The Cougars, who have dealt with their fair share of off-field distractions this season, returns to action against Idaho at 2 p.m. ET on the Pac-12 Network.