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Hello Followers. Hope you’ve had a good end of your weekend.
As for me? Well, lots of stuff has hit the fan since this four word post hit the interwebs on Saturday night..So, for a last word, read on.
Unfortunately, I don’t have a lot of time to give you the 10,000 word break down that I’d like, so we’ll just aim for a shorter version of the “truth.”
So, here it is…..
First and foremost, when Colorado scored to make the game 31-21, I looked at Little Sutra and said in matter of fact fashion, “Son, we’re about ready to lose this game.” And as the seconds wore down on the entire debacle, all I could do was laugh. Simply put, the way that the whole thing went down made it all just too ridiculous for me to get really upset. And so my reaction was as follows: Who fricking cares anymore? (And when I said that, it didn’t mean that I don’t like the Cougs anymore or don’t care about whether they win or lose. But for me, the whole thing just didn’t seem to
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STAY POSITIVE. That is the message Washington State coach Mike Leach is emphasizing after Saturday's stunning 35-34 loss against Colorado in the Pac-12 opener at Martin Stadium. Leach discussed that, the 7:30 p.m. Saturday contest against Oregon at CenturyLink Field and the emergence of a couple of freshmen during his Monday teleconference.
THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF freshmen long have been a discussion point as Washington State continues through its rebuilding process. That was no different Tuesday morning as coach Mike Leach discussed the contributions some of his younger players have made during his weekly Pac-12 coaches teleconference.
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WHEN MIKE LEACH was hired to coach Washington State, many saw him the savoir that would fix the program that once tallied three 10-win seasons, and couldn’t crack 10 wins – total – in the last four years. There would be an Air Raid offense, a 3-4 defense and a slew of fresh ideas, new coaches and, most importantly, wins. Cougar faithful: the honeymoon is over.
PULLMAN -- For the first time since fall camp began, Washington State coach Mike Leach named a starting quarterback early on in the week. On top of that, a critical offensive lineman returned Sunday night, a player who wasn’t even listed on the depth chart as recently as two days ago.
"So we can learn to pick ourselves back up again."
Good morning Cougs (and I say good morning, not because it IS a good morning but because I wish it was). We can dispense with the pleasantries today for obvious reasons - yesterday's loss was an all-timer, wasn't it? I have been a Coug fan since watching Mark Rypien run the Jim Walden offense back in the...
THE FIRST 90 SECONDS of Mike Leach’s post game press conference were both fascinating and illuminating. They told you everything you needed to know about why WSU lost to Colorado and sit at 2-2. And it leads to one inescapable conclusion -- the 2012 Cougars need to channel Jason David.
Offensive masterminds Chip Kelly of Oregon and Mike Leach of Washington State are set to meet for the first time.
It's Kelly's defense, however, that is gaining in notoriety after its best performance of the year.
The second-ranked Ducks posted their first conference shutout in nine seasons last weekend, and their next challenge is a Saturday night visit to Seattle'...
SEATTLE - So what will the Stanford Cardinal see during the Washington 'Black Out' Thursday? RATTLEHEAD gives us a preview, as well as farks on Bill Moos and Mike Leach, Lane Kiffin, Shaq Thompson - as well as a classic .gif courtesy of Super Mario Bailey! The only thing missing is his take on the NFL replacement officials!