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Moos response to Marquess Wilson statement
In response to numerous requests regarding Washington State University football, WSU Director of Athletics Bill Moos issued the following statement:
"It is unfortunate that Marquess has chosen not to go through the weekend and have the subsequent visit with me as we had discussed last Tuesday. I was hopeful to provide additional guidance if he was willing to meet the standards that have been set by Mike Leach and his staff in their effort to establish a competitive football program at Washington State. Unfortunately, during times of coaching transitions, departures are not uncommon.
"We have procedures in place that were developed to monitor student-athlete welfare in all of our sports programs. We will continue to follow those procedures and modify them if needed.
"I believe I join many Cougars in wishing Marquess well in his future endeavors.
"WSU athletics plans no future statement at this time."
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