Missouri has permanently suspended running back Derrick Washington in the wake of his recent assault charge. According to Dave Matter of the Columbia Tribune, Washington's Missouri career is over.
Today Missouri running back Derrick Washington was charged with sexually assaulting a female tutor over the summer. He is currently suspended from the team.
Missouri athletic director Mike Alden has been aware of the legal situation surrounding running back Derrick Washington for weeks and supports the reasoning behind his suspension. Washington is accused of sexually assaulting a woman at a campus apartment complex.
Missouri running back Derrick Washington has been suspended indefinitely. No formal reason was given, but Washington's twitter page suggest it is likely class related.
Missouri running back Derrick Washington starred in the team's first scrimmage, rushing for 133 yards and a score to go with 59 receiving yards and a receiving TD.
Running back Derrick Washington along with center Tim Barnes, linebacker Luke Lambert and defensive back Kevin Rutland have been named Missouri's team captains.
Missouri running back Derrick Washington has lost 10 pounds and eight percent of his body fat thanks to Missouri's new workout and nutrition plan.
Running back Derrick Washington rushed for 68 yards on 10 carries and four scores in Missouri's scrimmage on Saturday.
Dave Matter of the Columbia Daily Tribune reports that Missouri running back Derrick Washington looks trim and has "regained all of his quickness" now that he is fully recovered from his prior knee injuries.
Missouri running back Derrick Washington rushed for 111 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries in Saturday's 41-39 win over Kansas.
“He’s doing very, very well,” Missouri coach Gary Pinkel said of running back Derrick Washington (concussion). “No headaches. We expect him to be 100 percent.”
Missouri running back Derrick Washington left Saturday's game with Iowa State in the second quarter due to a concussion.
Missouri running back Derrick Washington rushed for 120 yards and the go-ahead touchdown in the Tigers' come-from-behind 27-20 victory over Bowling Green.
Missouri coach Gary Pinkel is quoted by TulsaWorld.com as saying "without question we'll run the football even more."