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JACOB TUIVAIAVE, the 6-4, 240-pound defensive line prospect from Tacoma's Washington High, said he was a little apprehensive about his official visit to Washington State over the weekend. He verbally committed to WSU when Paul Wulff was in charge, and wasn't sure exactly where he stood with Mike Leach.
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As the US Senate campaign for former disgraced ESPN analyst Craig James goes nowhere, he may even have worse news to deal with thanks to his old friend Mike Leach. The new Washington State head coach has retained the services of a new lawyer, Stephen D. Heninger. And Heninger has come out with all guns blazing at Candidate James. A press release from Leach's lawyer indicates...
MIKE LEACH took to midcourt at halftime of WSU's hoops victory over Cal on Saturday and told the faithful how important it is to create a hostile environment for visiting teams. He said success is a partnership among coaches, players and fans. He also mentioned that 12 football prospects were in the house on official visits.
FOR A TIME there, it sure looked like Niu Sale would wind up at another Pac-12 school. But that was before he officially tripped to Pullman and met Mike Leach. Today, the 6-3, 300-pound guard went crimson.
By LaRue Robinson Mike Leach may have moved on to a new job at Washington State, but his legal battles with his former employer continue. He offered Texas Tech a settlement in which he would drop his lawsuit if Texas Tech paid him an unspecified amount he believed he was due last season. The school’s [...]
MIKE LEACH HAS shuffled up the Class of 2012 commit list since arriving at Washington State but he's kept five of the offensive line prospects who were committed. One of them is San Diego-area product Eduardo Middleton, a Top 100 offensive tackle and rated three stars. A recent report out there opined he suddenly might not be Wazzu-bound. We went to the source to find out...
Happy Saturday Night to you, Followers. Well, tonight, thanks to Eddie Johnson's 24 points--as well as some clutch shooting by Devonte Lacy--the Cougs achieved a sweep of the Bay Area schools by being CAL 77-75. And of course, we did so in front of Mike Leach and a host of WSU Football recruits.
So, consider this an open thread to talk about Hoops, Recruiting, or Newt...
A SUCCESSFUL 3-4 defensive scheme, which the Cougars are employing this year as their base under head man Mike Leach, requires a gap plugging nose tackle in the middle. And Mike Leach has just landed a 6-3.5, 310-pound wide body from the junior college ranks.
Grab a plate and get started.
As if recruiting at Georgia Tech isn’t hard enough… and what’s with the UCF placement service, anyway?
Fun with numbers, SEC-style.
Mike Leach writes a settlement letter. The addressees take up almost three times the length that his proposal does.
How big time sports ate college life. Or, more academic whining.
Mike Glazer may claim not to...