Posted July 25, 2012 on washingtonstate.scout.com
IF THIS WERE THE Las Vegas Strip, Mike Leach would have just signed a 10-year contract extension. If it were Yankee Stadium, he'd still be doffing his cap. If he played for the Detroit Red Wings, the ice would be a foot deep in octopi. Yep, the reviews are fully in and Mike Leach's debut performance at Pac-12 Media Day was a smash hit. Here's what some folks are saying ...
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