WASHINGTON — Coach Bill Snyder and receiver Dwayne Washington will be back on the field with the WSU offense and defense on Saturday when the Cougars host Colorado State.
Washington said Wednesday that he’s “ready to go” and will be a part of the offense and offense.
He said he expects to be able to contribute in the passing game as well.
Washington played quarterback at Boise State in 2010, throwing for 4,838 yards and 21 touchdowns while also rushing for 1,542 yards and nine touchdowns.
He had six 100-yard games last season.
Washington has had “long and complicated” relationships with the team’s players, including coach Willie Taggart, since arriving in WSU.
Snyder, a former Boise State quarterback, coached the Broncos to a 10-4 record and a berth in the CFP National Championship Game.
He has had a long relationship with quarterback Ty Detmer and offensive coordinator Tom Herman.