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Cornerback Ford may not don crimson again

Cornerback Ford may not don crimson again

PULLMAN -- Mike Leach said the Cougs will be without a promising young cornerback for 2012, and possibly for good. The Cougs were also without two playmakers on offense for different reasons on Wednesday – and a new running back enters the mix. The Twitter drama isn't over quite yet and some sumo wrestlers were spotted. Oh, and there was also some other action out on the practice field.

Freshman cornerback Ray Ford will not be returning to the team this season according to Leach. The promising talent, he has been deemed as failing to qualify through the NCAA Eligibility Center (formerly known as the Clearinghouse.) Leach said the NCAA has left a lot of questions unanswered. "Don't know if he'll return in the spring," Leach said. "He's still battling the Clearinghouse stuff...

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