Washington State suspends two
Two Washington State football players have been arrested after police found 38 marijuana plants growing in a house they rented with two other people.
Redshirt freshmen linebackers Jamal Atofau and Andre Barrington have been suspended indefinitely, coach Paul Wulff said. Neither is a starter. Barrington is academically ineligible this season.
Wulff, however, said he's still pursuing details on the matter after talking to the players and authorities and that he wouldn't "necessarily kick them off the football team."
"The headlines don't match up with what they individually did, let's just put it that way," Wulff said. "But there are issues there that we still have to work through."
All four people arrested were booked and released from jail.
Ted Miller covers the Pac-10 for ESPN.com.
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