IF WASHINGTON STATE features more collective team speed out on the football gridiron in 2012 than…
Saints put CouGreat Gleason in bronze
Gleason was a standout linebacker for the Cougars from 1996-99 and starred on the 1998 Rose Bowl team. He concluded his WSU career as one the most prolific tacklers in school history.
Last year Steve made it public that was suffering from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), or Lou Cehrig's disease, and has been raising money and awareness of the disease ever since through his Team Gleason Foundation.
The Times-Picayune in New Orleans today ran a touching story HERE on Steve and his battle against ALS.
Here are photos from today's statue unveling:
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