Among the incidents:
- One player faced felony charges after hitting a man on the head with a frying pan.
- Another tried to hurt a teammate by soaking his contact lenses in alcohol.
- A player was accused of punching a student, knocking him unconscious and fracturing his cheekbone.
But recruiting the right players to isolated Pullman — population 27,030 — might be Wulff's biggest challenge.
Courtney Williams, a defensive back from Los Angeles who left because of academic problems, said: "WSU is a hard school to go to, man. You ain't got nothin' to do but get drunk and smoke weed, and not go to class because you're too tired from doing what you're doing."