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Ever since Texas Tech hired Mike Leach in the 2000 season, the Red Raiders have had a reputation as an all-offense, minimal-defense outfit.
BEST OF MAXIM
New Washington State coach Mike Leach can earn a $75,000 bonus for taking the Cougars to a low-level bowl game.
Or he can earn $100,000 for making a BCS bowl game. Or $25,000 for winning the Apple Cup.
Details of Leach's recently signed five-year contract have been released after public records requests by media. He makes a $2 million base salary and $250,000 in other income...
PULLMAN–The Cougs haven’t won many football games this season, but Mike Leach has won over plenty of reporters with his non-stop collection of lively quotes. Leach’s blunt appraisal of his players doesn’t go over well with some fans, and reporters bristle when he routinely shows up late for press conferences or post-game media sessions. When Leach does arrive, however, it’s...
Texas Tech will face Texas this week in Lubbock and it will be the game of the season for Tech as they set out to prove they are the best team in the of Texas. So they will roll out these “lone-star pride” uniforms: What do you guys think? It’s a little too The post Texas Tech Wearing “Lone-Star Pride” Uniforms Saturday appeared first on No Coast Bias.
This will be Texas Tech’s uniform this week in their game against Texas. Well, at least it has red in it I guess.
Texas Tech uniform for saturday’s game against Texas
Speaking of Texas Tech, their students are camping out for the best seats for this weekends game versus Texas.
Here are some photos of the “tent city” and a raw video.
A photo of “Raiderville”
A photo of “Raiderville”
Sure, there aren’t as many tents as Nittanyville draws for a big game at Beaver Stadium, or the Cameron Crazies for a good Duke opponent, but I love...
WITH 17 known verbals in Mike Leach's 2013 haul, what’s left for the Cougars in recruiting between now and Signing Day? Plenty, as it turns out. For starters, CF.C has a new projection on the needs and numbers for Washington State's 2013 recruiting class..
Texas Tech coach Chris Walker is working quickly to teach his style to players after taking over a struggling program under difficult circumstances.
The university named Walker the interim coach Oct. 4, two weeks after Billy Gillispie resigned for health reasons.
It probably won't be difficult to follow Gillispie's lone season at Texas Tech. The Red Raiders won just one...
PULLMAN – Washington State’s offensive line has been the culprit most identified this season when things have turned south. One hogmollie that Cougar fans have not yet seen on Saturday afternoons, however, continues to turns the heads of Mike Leach and o-line coach Clay McGuire.
ATHLETICISM AND STRENGTH are required to succeed on a Pac-12 offensive line but so too is an advanced work ethic. And Mike Leach's newest verbal commitment -- a 6-3, 290-pounder out of the prep ranks down south -- certainly seems to have his bases covered and then some in the "want-to" category.
PULLMAN – Washington State might not lead any individual receiving statistical categories in the Pac-12, but they can now boast the best backup wide receiver in the nation. After not starting last week’s 24-17 loss to Stanford, most assumed Marquess Wilson would earn his way back into the starting lineup. Mike Leach indicated otherwise after Wednesday’s two-and-a-half hour practice.
October 31st, 2012 Podcast of the Orange Report With Big Mike, Co-Hosted by Justin Wells. Special Guests include: Landon Wright, Texas Tech recruiting analyst for 247Sports.com’s WreckEm247, teamed up with RedRaiders.com of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal. Dan Harrolson from www.insidecollegefootball.us Craig Floyd, writer for www.fromtherafters.com
Cougs Take Major Strides in Defeat
Coming off the first bye-week of Mike Leach’s WSU career, it was interesting to see how the team would fair in terms of adjustments and game play. The result was a vast improvement in offense fluidity, an empowered rush defense, and route-running efficiency by the receiving corp.
Unfortunately these improvements were not quite enough to overcome...