Washington State Football Players Allegedly Attacked Other Students at a Party

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Washington State Cougars football players have been accused of sending two fellow students to the hospital and leaving one with a broken jaw following a fight at a weekend house party. The host, Alex Rodriguez, tried to shut the party down and a fight broke out. Rodriguez was left with a broken jaw after being was kicked in the head while on the ground. Via the Seattle Times:

"Another student received a bloody wound on the back of his head when he was thrown onto a slab of concrete. The student, who did not want his name published, said the group had been causing trouble — prying off pieces of a wooden railing, lighting fireworks among the crowd — and retaliated when he told them to leave."

Here is Snapchat video of the brawl, via The Spokesman-Review.

There were also two other victims – one who was punched in the face and another who suffered a burn from the fireworks. WSU coaches are aware of the situation and WSU associate director of athletics, Bill Stevens, called it “a team matter.”