Comment From UW Head Football Coach Craig Bohl on Recent Arrest of UW Junior Football Player Cassh Maluia for Suspicion of Driving Under the Influence


“Cassh Maluia will be subject to several disciplinary actions,” said Craig Bohl, University of Wyoming Head Football Coach.  “He will be assessed a one-game suspension for this coming season.

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He must also go through mandatory counseling, will be required to complete the AWARE training program on campus and will be required to complete 50 hours of community service.

“We also view this as a learning opportunity, not just for Cassh, but for the rest of our team members.”

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There will not be any further comment from anyone associated with the University of Wyoming Athletics on this matter.


The junior starting linebacker for the Cowboys was arrested early Saturday, June 30th, and charged with suspicion of underage consumption of alcohol, driving under the influence, and driving without a valid driver’s license, according to the Albany County Detention Center.

19-year-old Maluia was arrested by the Laramie Police Department and has since been released on bond. 

Maluia, a native of Compton, California, will enter his junior season this fall.