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Simmons: My door is always open to Wilson

Wilson has not been in contact

PULLMAN – The absence of All-American wideout Marquess Wilson is already taking a toll on some players and coaches. And while head coach Mike Leach didn't have much to say on the matter, wide receivers coach Dennis Simmons took a more emotional approach. Oh, and Travis Long is the Cougs' new punter – at least for today.

"I haven't called; he hasn't called," Simmons said. "I think it's very sad. It's very unfortunate." Simmons, clearly troubled by the matter at hand, expressed his discontent with the situation. He said both sides seem to be standoffish, and neither has yet to reach out to the other. "Where we go from here, I don't know," Simmons said. "At the end of the day, I love these kids like they... Recommended Stories

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