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Washington State Football Player May Have Skull Fracture After Beating From Fight with Idaho Football Player

Things I didn’t know, living on the other side of the country: The University of Idaho is just eight miles away from Washington State University. Apparently the two schools party together, which seems like a good thing, except when fights take place. Mansel Simmons, a receiver on Washington State, may have suffered a skull fracture as players from both teams brawled last weekend:

Washington State and Idaho football players were kicked out of a party after they began arguing. “About 20″ players, he said, gathered across the street in a church parking lot, where the alleged assault took place.

At 6-foot-4, 225, Simmons is a big dude, and according to one report, the Idaho player who knocked him out has been identified, but not arrested (as of this post). [Scout]

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