Mike Leach has a history of producing prolific college quarterbacks, and one of his former signal callers from his time at Texas Tech will be joining his staff at Washington State. Graham Harrell, who played at Tech from 2004-2008 and became the first player to throw for 5,000 yards in FBS history, will coach outside receivers for the Cougars.
While this past weekend featured many fun college football games, it was also very tough at times due to injuries to some of the sport’s top players. Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday doesn’t get as much credit as he may deserve due to his team’s sub-par record, but if he had finished out this season, he had a chance to break a number of FBS passing records. Instead...
Washington State Cougars coach Mike Leach may well have talked about the game of football at his Monday news conference, but it was his dire warning regarding the fate of the entire human species that's still ringing in our ears.
No, there was little talk of climate change, meteor strikes or Skynet.
But the coach does, however, apparently have major concerns about the future of dating...
HOLLYWOOD -- Mike Leach's key to a successful season?
"Win one game a week."
The never-boring Washington State coach spoke at Pac-12 Media Days at Paramount Studios on Wednesday and gave an update on his busy summer schedule, which included a book tour of his work 'Geronimo: Leadership Strategies of an American Warrior' and the birth of a granddaughter.
Last year, in Mike Leach’s second season at Washington State, the Cougars reached a bowl game for the first time in a decade. But to take that next step and become a contender in the ultra-competitive Pac-12, Leach will have to get his players to believe in teamwork – kind of like what you’ll see below. Leach and his coaching staff took a trip to the Salmon River and caught...
Mike Leach and the Washington State coaching staff reeled in a couple of monster sturgeon on a fishing trip.
Washington State Cougars head coach Mike Leach talks shop with the janitor in order to gain an outside perspective on his football team.
It only took two seasons for Mike Leach to turn a perennial Pac-12 doormat into a bowl team.The Cougars went to three straight bowls from 2001-03...
Washington State football coach Mike Leach announced a recruiting class of 22 players, led by quarterback Peyton Bender of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Leach said Wednesday that all the new recruits had other scholarship offers and that the Cougars did not have to settle for any players with questionable abilities.
Leach said this was the best class in his three recruiting seasons at...
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February 05, 2014
Washington State coach Mike Leach disputes the notion that running backs are underutilized in his Air Raid offense.
Washington State may run the ball less than half as much as the Cougars' opponents but the running backs catch a lot of passes.
Leach says running backs are often the best athletes on the team, and they have to get the football.
This season, the Cougars' ground game...
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December 17, 2013