WSU lifts its suspension of Logan Tago, but more steps remain before he could return to the field on game day

ROBERT BARBER being reinstated to the university and football program, through the legal system, is having a ripple effect when it comes to the school’s Student Conduct Board and appeals process. WSU has lifted the suspension of Rush Logan Tago, multiple sources close to the situation tell CF.C. The news was first reported in the Seattle Times.

What this means for Tago is he can return to class, and also a probable return to the practice field. 

However, he is charged with a felony and WSU’s policy, as Bill Moos has stated multiple times in recent months, is that once charged a player is not allowed to compete on game days.

Tago has a court date tomorrow.

Tago was suspended has not played since the Stanford game.  He has 12 tackles in five games on the season, including two starts.

More to come shortly on CF.C on this developing story.

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