Washington State got the attention of the college football world on Sunday as it was reported that players were released from the team for sharing graphics promoting the #WeAreUnited Pac-12 players campaign. As always, there are two sides to the story.

A widely-shared tweet by Theo Watson of Washington newspaper The Spokesman-Review showed a parent of a Washington State player saying that his son was “released” for being “part of that movement, part of all the unity moment and what’s going on…”

Earlier that day, Woods’ mother had replied to Lawson saying her son was “cut” from the team.

As that story spread, WSU’s side of the story was offered in reports by Pete Thamel of Yahoo Sports and Nicole Auerbach of The Athletic. Washington State said the players had opted out and that was why they were told to clean out their lockers and not use team facilities.

The conflicting reports left some unsatisfied.

An important development came from Lawson, who tweeted to clarify that no players were “cut” from the WSU football team or lost scholarships.

It will be interesting to see if first-year Washington State coach Nick Rolovich publicly addresses his reported criticism of players supporting the #WeAreUnited campaign.