Washington State head coach Mike Leach feels 'good' about QB situation

BURBANK, Calif. -- Washington State head coach Mike Leach knows he has two good QBs on his hands in Luke Falk and Peyton Bender. He also knows they will be filling big shoes as they try to replicate the success of Connor Halliday. When asked by reporters about how he feels about his QB situation, Leach said:"Feel good. Two really good players. Both of them had good springs. Of course...
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9 hours ago  |  Discuss

Arizona head coach Rich Rodriguez recalls story of Mike Leach in a speedo, horrifies everyone

BURBANK, Calif. -- We all knew Washington State head coach Mike Leach was an interesting guy, but Arizona head coach Rich Rodriguez told a Leach story that is, well, unique.We'll just let Rich Rod share the story.For the record, Leach says that the story is not true. Regardless, have fun trying to sleep tonight.(h/t Pac-12 Twitter)
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Washington St's Leach ready for another entertaining season

BURBANK, Calif. (AP) Looking for a date in the greater Spokane area? Washington State coach Mike Leach has a few ideas. In Leach's world, there's never a shortage of wild ideas. When he was asked for dating advance during his Pac-12 football media day session at Warner Bros. Studios, Leach suggested a few outside-the-box activities. ''If you go to Washington State, we've got five...
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9 hours ago  |  Discuss

BYU, UNLV to finish off home-and-home in 2017

It seems as though the BYU Cougars and UNLV Runnin’ Rebels will be able to finish out their home-and-home agreement in the coming seasons. This announcement comes after the teams decided to push the game back from this season in order for the Cougars to play Missouri in the fall. College Football Talk reported the news and it seemed as though the game would be played in 2016. The...
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10 hours ago  |  Discuss

Rich Rodriguez wows Pac-12 media with quick wit

Arizona football fans still have five weeks before they can see Rich Rodriguez's rapid-fire spread offense in action, but Rapid-Fire Rich was in fine form Friday at the Pac-12 media day. Rodriguez was in a joking mood from the start, making references to the Disney movie ''The Lion King" and Washington State coach Mike Leach in a Speedo, and nearly everything in between. A sampling:  
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12 hours ago  |  Discuss

Mike Leach thinks Deflategate is a waste of a lot of time

In a pre-emptive strike towards the Deflategate scandal surrounding an NFL organization, Washington State head coach, Mike Leach, voiced his opinion on the matter, comparing the excessive media coverage to the Kardashian and British Royal families: Quote of the day from @Coach_Leach on Deflategate: pic.twitter.com/OfGlLc8CBj — Mark Schlabach (@Mark_Schlabach) July 29, 2015 Even...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Mike Leach has some great thoughts on Deflategate

Washington State football coach Mike Leach doesn’t see what all the fuss is about surrounding Deflategate. During an appearance on ESPN Wednesday, Leach was asked about New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady being suspended for the first four games of the 2015 NFL season. In short, Leach said we should be concerned about the society...Read More
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Leach still believes in 64-team college football playoff

Washington State likely won't be in the College Football Playoff discussion anytime soon, but head coach Mike Leach wants to make it more fair for everyone. Many are calling for the playoff to be expanded from four teams to eight or 16. The always opinionated Leach wants it to be more like college basketball March Madness.  "Sixty-four," he told ESPN.com's Heather Dinich. "Why not...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Mike Leach still wants a 64-team playoff in football

Former Texas Tech head coach and current Washington State head coach Mike Leach has not been shy about voicing his opinions on expanding the playoff for the college football national championship. Even before the current format was approved over three years ago, Leach was speaking out about how he thinks football should crown a champion in the same way one is crowned in basketball…a...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Pac-12 Coach Advocates 64 Team College Football Playoff

Washington State coach Mike Leach wants a 64 team college football playoff field for the FBS, and his ideas aren't too far fetched.
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Mike Leach: 'Why not' have 64 teams in College Football Playoff?

Washington State head coach Mike Leach is without question a creative person. When asked about the College Football Playoff format, Leach brought his A-game to the table. Leach doesn't just want to see the College Football Playoff expand, he wants to bring it to March Madness levels. "Sixty-four," he said when asked how many teams he'd put in the playoff. "Why Not?"Leach said the...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Sorry Mike Leach, but a 64-team College Football Playoff is unreasonable

Washington State football coach Mike Leach is known for saying some crazy things, and his latest quote is crazy-awesome—but it’s a little unreasonable, too. According to ESPN’s Brett McMurphy, the 54-year-old coach believes the four-team College Football Playoff isn’t big enough. Mike Leach reiterates that college football should have a 64-team playoff — Brett McMurphy...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity House Photos: Washington State University

The Phi Kappa Theta fraternity house at Washington State University is one of the nicest fraternity houses on the West Coast. To see photos of...
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Sigma Nu Fraternity House – Washington State University

Sigma Nu’s fraternity house at Washington State University is one of the nicer houses on the West Coast. Check out photos from the interior and...
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Mike Leach on the hot seat?

After just a couple of seasons in Pullman, could it be time to pull the plug on the Mike Leach era at Washington State? It seems implausible, especially given the success he found with the team in 2013, but weirder things have happened.ESPN's Ted Miller explains why Leach's seat could be a little bit warm at WSU. Miller gave Leach's hot-seat rating a three out of five, by far the...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

2016 4-Star DT Jordan Elliott Reveals The 5 Schools He’ll Take Official Visits To

Jordan Elliott, a four-star defensive tackle in the 2016 class, is currently committed to Houston. The 6-foot-4, 305-pound prospect from the Texas city was a huge get for Tom Herman’s program.  The Cougars will have to fend off college football’s power programs if they want to keep him, though.  Elliott revealed today that he’ll be taking official visits to Alabama, LSU,...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Washington State to play more under center in 2015?

The Washington State Cougars ran just one play under center in 2014; however, it seems as though the team may be looking to put their QB under center more often this upcoming season.Despite the fact that head coach Mike Leach loves to run his offense out of the shotgun, he has been known to mix it up and line his QB under center. He's proved as much at other stops, such as Texas...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

BYU Wild Card Players in 2015

You'd be hard-pressed to find a team that plays four more high-profile games than BYU does in the month of September. The Cougars open at...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

Washington State Cougars Finally Look To Maul Their Way Up Standings In ’15

The Washington State Cougars haven’t exactly been a powerhouse in the Pac-12 conference or college football, in general. That isn’t about to change suddenly in 2015, but there is plenty of reason for Cougars fans to hope for a positive step forward this season, as new defensive coordinator Alex Grinch shakes up the team’s base 3-4 defense to include an extra defensive back...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Cougars get three more commitments

The Washington State Cougars coaching staff has a very busy Wednesday as the team added three more verbal commitments.The first player to commit to the Cougars was 2017 DB prospect Tayari Venable. Shortly thereafter, WSU added 2016 recruits WR Grant Porter and DB Skyler Thomas.Both Porter and Venable are 3-star prospects, according to Rivals.com. Thomas is not rated by Rivals yet...
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29 days ago  |  Discuss

Elson Floyd's legacy lives on at Washington State

Washington State University president Elson Floyd passed away over the weekend and it outpouring of emotion following the news was incredible.Brian Floyd of SB Nation's Cougcenter wrote a nice piece on Floyd's enduring legacy at WSU, which can be found here.Here's a snippet from the piece:"The fact that everyone here has been sharing their thoughts about Elson Floyd, both publicly...
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June 25, 2015  |  Discuss

WSU signs WR Josiah Westbrook

The Washington State Cougars have added to their 2016 recruiting class. Josiah Westbrook, a two-star wide receiver from Bellingham, Wash., has committed to the Cougars.Westbrook is listed at 6'2" and 177 pounds. He projects as an outside wide receiver going forward and has drawn comparisons to current WSU receiver Gabe Marks.Westbrook carried offers from WSU and Hawaii and was also...
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June 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Cougars sign 2016 QB D'jimon Jones

Washington State's recruiting hot streak continues as they've landed 2016 QB recruit D'jimon Jones from Federal Way, Wash.Jones is a dual-threat QB and is a three-star recruit, according to Rivals. At Federal Way HS, Jones has played QB and cornerback. Washington State has already landed its future QB in the form of 2016 recruit Ian Book, so it seems likely that Jones could move...
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June 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Cougars add JUCO CB Kirkland Parker

The Washington State Cougars have added another player to their 2015 recruiting class. They've signed junior college cornerback Kirkland Parker from Blinn (Texas) College.Parker chose WSU over offers from Purdue and others. He is reportedly 6'0" and 185 pounds and has three years of eligibility left. In eight games last season for Blinn, Parker had two interceptions and three pass...
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June 18, 2015  |  Discuss

BYU adds 7-foot-3 walk-on Alan Hamson

The BYU Cougars men’s basketball team added a great deal of size, specifically in 7-foot-3 walk-on Alan Hamson. Darnell Dickson of the Provo Daily Herald reported the story. Hamson is currently finishing up a 2-year LDS mission in California, but should suit up for the Cougars soon. There’s also a bit of family history here, as his mother was an All-American basketball player...
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June 17, 2015  |  Discuss
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