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If you’re not familiar with the story of U.S. Senate candidate Craig James, it really is quite a tale of scandal, intrigue and unbridled arrogance. Just to catch you up to speed with a dummy’s version – James was a talented running back and attended Southern Methodist University in the heyday of the program’s paid player scandal, and his NFL claim to fame was being ousted...
They say March comes in like a lion, and goes out like a lamb. If you’ve been following the Arizona Cardinals’ free agency endeavors, this saying has hit home a little too close.
As detailed last week, the Cardinals entered the month of March and the free agency period excited about the prospects of adding former Indianapolis Colts QB and future Hall-of-Famer Peyton Manning...
Former SMU running back and ESPN broadcaster Craig James is running for a senate position in Texas and addressed his notorious conflict with Mike Leach by calling the Washington State football coach a “bully” in a recent video.
James became eternally despised when it was learned he teamed with a PR company and used his position at ESPN to help get Mike Leach fired as head football...
MIKE LEACH IN A radio interview with KJR-AM on Monday afternoon said Andrei Lintz is one to keep an eye on, that the door might not be permanently shut on Sekope Kaufusi and that the QB battle may go for awhile, even though Jeff Tuel has been better than advertised.
ON TUESDAY AFTERNOON, when the Cougs hold their third spring practice, Mike Leach will begin installing the final one-third of his offense, although with the caveat that "all" is a relative term and there's always room for improvement. But still. Two-thirds of Leach's high powered Air Raid offense is already installed and the Cougs haven't even put the pads on yet?
PULLMAN -- The construction on the football field this spring, as Mike Leach and staff install a new offense and defense, isn't limited to between the hash marks. A closer look at Martin Stadium from the CF.C lens...