Found April 20, 2012 on WSU Football Blog:
Happy Friday Cougs, and welcome to Spring Game Eve.  Finally we get to see some form of Mike Leach, Pirate-style football action tomorrow - in person, no less.  Yes, it's "Cougar on Cougar" violence, which is always a little weird, yet should be extremely interesting.  But like we've said before, scrimmage "games" like this are always a little strange.  Who do you root for anyway?  Will you cheer loudly if Deone Bucannon comes up and just breaks a WR in half coming over the middle?  After all, he's drilling one of our own.  Do we really want to root AGAINST anyone on the field tomorrow!?  Of course not!  But I think it's safe to say that we all certainly want to watch this offense in action, and to see the new schemes and wrinkles introduced on D.  Sutra asked this question yesterday, but what are you expecting from this scrimmage tomorrow?  Do you believe that Jeff Tuel will come out throwing bullets, and the offense will just steamroll up and...
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