KENNEWICK – Mike Breske is a grandfather of four, but he hardly looks the part. The Washington State…
Cougar NT cited over the weekend
"If we can't identify an individual in court, there becomes no case and the officer is liable," said Tennant's spokesperson. Tennant is out of the office all week.
Reached by CF.C, WSU SID Bill Stevens said the issue is "a team matter" and will dealt with internally.
Giving a false name is usually a misdemeanor carrying a maximum penalty of six months in jail, but a jail sentence is rare.
Pole missed most of spring practice with a knee injury, but is expected back this fall at full strength.
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