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Insanity: Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
Albert Einstein said it, Mike Leach honed it and many college football programs across the country abide by it.
Insanity: Making the same hire over and over again while expecting different results.
As the regular season ends – and even before then – the college football coaching vacancies are opening in a flurry of activity.
As threatening as it may appear to some, the one name you can guarantee will be included in any rumor of potential “coaching candidates” is the name of one Mike Leach.
Quite frankly, it is about time Leach roamed a sideline with his folded up “play card” – reciting from memory what, to him, is simple, but is anything but that in the eyes of opposing defenses. You see, Leach views each adversary – on or off the field – as a problem he has to solve. In his book Swing your Sword, Leach details from his first orientation at Pepperdine University, when one of his professors said that...
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MIKE LEACH INHERITS 19 verbal commitments in Washington State's upcoming recruiting class, and that begs two questions. First, can he keep them? And second, does he want all of them?
In the News: Mike Leach has reached an agreement to be the new football coach at Washington State, an official within the athletic department told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
Mike Leach has agreed to become the new coach at Washington State, sources told ESPN on Wednesday.
Mike Leach has a new job. The former coach at Texas Tech who lost his job in controversial fashion, has been hired as the next coach of the Washington State Cougars. Leach will reportedly receive a lucrative five-year contract.
Leach coached at Texas Tech from 2000 until he was fired in 2009. His record while at Texas Tech was 84-43. His best team was in 2008 when Texas Tech finished...
PULLMAN – Mike Leach has verbally accepted an offer to become the head coach at Washington State, a school official told CF.C on Wednesday afternoon.
Mike Leach has reached an agreement to be the new football coach at Washington State.
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) -- Mike Leach is bringing his high-powered passing offense -- and swashbuckling style -- to long-dormant Washington State.
Washington State did what other schools couldn't: It got past Mike Leach's baggage. In hiring the former Texas Tech coach, Wazzu scored its biggest win in years, says Stewart Mandel.
Mike Leach has reportedly reached a verbal agreement to become the new head football coach at Washington State.
Following up on reports from earlier Wednesday, and confirming rumors that have swirled since the weekend, Washington State officially announced via a press release that they have hired Mike Leach as their new head football coach. The release states that Leach has agreed in principle to a five-year contract and, while the financial figures were…
The swift and ruthless execution of KU coach Turner Gill makes two things frighteningly clear.
It also tosses out a question that may involve the ethical priorities of the entire university.
Let's start with the facts this firing made so incredibly obvious:
First, Gill was a "dead coach walking" for at least a month.
Maybe, just maybe, wins over Iowa State, Baylor...
Dalen Jones said he was excited to hear the news about Washington State hiring former Texas Tech coach Mike Leach and he's hoping to talk with him soon but the Woodland, Calif., prospect still plans to take other visits.
THE WINNINGEST coach in Texas Tech history could hardly buy an interview with a BCS-conference school a year ago. Now Mike Leach is rumored to be at or near the top of every wish list from Topeka to Westwood. With Paul Wulff being let go today, Washington State will rocket up that list of alleged pursuers. For six very good reasons, the fit between Ol’ Wazzu and Captain Air Raid...
Hello Cougar Nation! Hope you're hanging in there.
Not much time for me right now, but if you want to solve the hidden riddle from Bill Moos' presser yesterday, then read on.
Nation, Moos was so forthright yesterday, it was too easy for novices like Sutra to miss what was missing in yesterday's presser. So, let me give it to you straight: