Highlights from the immensely quotable Washington State coach’s appearance at the Pac-12’s media day. Washington State head coach Mike Leach has never been especially shy about giving his opinion, and he’s developed a reputation in journalistic circles as one of college football’s better quotes. Show More Summary
Mike Leach has always coached one of the most prolific passing offenses in college football, first at Texas Tech and now at Washington State. But his quarterbacks haven’t found much success in the NFL. Leach thinks the problem with the NFL is that coaches don’t teach quarterbacks and therefore can’t take a passer from his…
He’d like to do away with cell phones.
Washington State Coach Mike Leach won the day when it came to one-liners. Leach, when asked for his opening remarks: “All right, any questions? Those of you who know me know I don’t do opening remarks.” On his thoughts on the Heisman Trophy: “I’m in favor of it.” On whether he would play a game...
The Cougars broke through for nine wins last year, but a turn of bad luck would make that hard to repeat. This is Bill C.'s 128-team preview, currently winding through the Pac-12. Check out the advanced-stats glossary here. Below, aShow More Summary
College coaches risk creating controversy when they support political candidates.
On Saturday, May 7, 2016, Washington State Cougars Football coach Mike leach announced his support for Donald Trump. Leach endorsed... The post VIDEO=> Washington State Head Football Coach Mike Leach Endorses Donald Trump in Spokane appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
The NCAA announced the decision on Friday.
The Cardinals will need a new long snapper for the 2016 season. Mike Leach has held the job since 2009, but he announced his retirement from the NFL on Wednesday. In a letter posted to Twitter, Leach said he is “making that choice before waning abilities — or worse, an injury — make it for…
Washington State University and head football coach Mike Leach agreed to a contract extension that will keep him with the school through the 2020 season, athletic director Bill Moos announced Tuesday. “Mike Leach and his entire staff...Show More Summary
It was anything but easy, but that won’t matter much to Mike Leach and Washington State. The Cougars grabbed their first bowl win since 2003, snagging a pair of key fourth-quarter turnovers (including a Mark Walton fumble at their own...Show More Summary
Double dunk! Washington State beat Miami in a snowy Sun Bowl to get is first bowl win since the 2003 Holiday Bowl, and its first nine-win season since 2003. That calls for an extra-special celebration for the Cougars, who celebrated double the amount with coach Mike Leach. Show More Summary
Double your pleasure.
Here at Winners and Losers, we are thankful for many things: Washington State coach Mike Leach, undefeated Iowa, rivalry games and the fact you've decided to join us and partake in college football this weekend. And Week 13 of the college football season is a great one. Show More Summary
It's Thanksgiving here in America, and since plenty of people in the country are spending time with loved ones, nostalgia is in the air. After Washington State coach Mike Leach drew up this play for the Wall Street Journal, which can...Show More Summary
It’s gotta work.
Uncle Steve is going to bite on the hitch-and-go. Touchdown every time. It's Thanksgiving, and that means it's time for you to play with your relatives and/or high school friends in this year's Turkey Bowl! You want to win, right? You...Show More Summary
Washington State's football team appears to have found its footing in Coach Mike Leach's fourth season. The Cougars won 19 of 88 Pac-12 Conference games from 2004-14, and they are early 9 1/2-point underdogs in Saturday night's game against UCLA at the Rose Bowl, but they will bring along a new...