WSU Cougars’ Logan Tago charged with second-degree robbery, fourth-degree assault

The Whitman County Prosecutor filed charges against WSU linebacker Logan Tago on Monday, for fourth-degree misdemeanor assault and second-degree felony robbery

Washington State linebacker Logan Tago has been charged with second degree felony robbery and fourth degree misdemeanor assault, Whitman County Prosecutor Denis Tracy announced Monday via a press release.

Tago’s court date at the Superior Court of Whitman County is scheduled for Oct. 28, at 10 a.m. — the day the Cougars football team heads to Corvallis, Ore. to play against Oregon State.

When asked whether he had any comment on Tago’s arrest or the linebacker’s status for this weekend’s game against UCLA, WSU football coach Mike Leach said, “If I have anything to do with it, he’ll play till he’s proven guilty. We’re going to presume people innocent until proven guilty around here.”

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