Posted September 23, 2012 on washingtonstate.scout.com
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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.
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