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Draft Scout Zaire Webb News
03/10/18 - Washington State coach Mike Leach was sued by one of his former players for being improperly dismissed from the football team. Zaire Webb, a cornerback who was tossed off the team following his arrest on suspicion of shoplifting in October, claims Leach's decision to dismiss him "constitutes a breach of contract" and said that his due process rights were denied during his appeal hearing which is described as a "kangaroo court," per Pullmanradio.com. The lawsuit further alleges that Leach arbitrarily handles disciplinary action against other players and claims the coach lied to the university's Student-Athlete Appeals Committee. Webb and teammate Anthony White lost their scholarships after they were booted off the team by Leach, who told the appeals committee in a statement that the players violated what he termed his "3 deadly sins." In the lawsuit, Webb claims that Leach's three "sins" -- don't do drugs, don't steal and don't hit a woman -- are not applied universally to team members and cited cases of other players who were not kicked off the team despite violating those rules. The suit, filed March 2 in Whitman County Superior Court, seeks an unspecified amount of damages.