Found June 15, 2012 on NESN.com:
Mike Leach doesn't pull any punches, even when he just happens to show up. Leach, the former head coach of Texas Tech's football program, dropped by Texas Tech's final offseason practice on Thursday, and he had some interesting comments, according to The Dallas Morning News. The most notable was a jab he took at Craig James, a former NFL running back and ESPN analyst whose son was at the center of Leach's controversial firing from Texas Tech in 2009. James recently ran unsuccessfully for U.S. Senate, which Leach saw as an opportunity to slip in a jab. "Well, I think...
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