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IN ALL THE fanfare that has accompanied Mike Leach’s arrival at Washington State and the promise of a record-smashing air game, there’s been an overlooked fact that suggests the Cougars’ new passing game will be even greater than one might think: The offense Leach inherits was one of the 10 most prolific passing attacks in the nation last season.
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Via DeadspinMike Leach is still out doing book signings and writing awesome sayings in his book Swing Your Sword. This time Mike Leach inscribed in a young man’s copyCraig James is a doucheThis is even more awesome then when he appeared to acknowledge the hooker killing meme by writing “CJK5H” in @NickGustafson‘s book.This pretty much proves that Mike Leach absolutely hates...
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MIKE LEACH HAS extended over a dozen early offers to Texas recruits in the 2013 class. Among the recent recipients, a 6-3, 220-pound defenseman out of Houston with speed to burn.
WASHINGTON STATE HAS been talking to a junior college cornerback pretty much on a weekly basis since February. Mike Leach and Mike Breske like cornerbacks who can not only cover but also play strongly against the run, and he looks to fit that criteria nicely. Breske and area recruiter Dennis Simmons were at his school in Culver City, Calif. this past week.
MANY TIMES WHEN a player leaves a program you don't hear much from the player about why. One day they're here, the next they're gone. But Washington State BUCK linebacker Jordan Pu’u-Robinson, who turned in a solid spring season for first-year coach Mike Leach, he has more to say about his departure and his planned transfer to Hawaii.
ALL COUG FANS KNOW about Jeff Tuel, Marquess Wilson and Travis Long. And tight end turned slot receiver Andrei Lintz blew up this spring and looks like a guy who will flourish under Mike Leach’s offense. But here’s my take on players who, while getting plenty of ink this spring, still deserve some more as the countdown for the season opener against BYU draws ever closer.
WASHINGTON STATE ON Monday offered a 6-2, 225 pound inside linebacker prospect known to get a little extra rowdy out on the gridiron. As a junior, he cruised past the 100-tackle mark and kept right on going.
WASHINGTON STATE HAS offered a nose tackle out of Victor Valley College in California according to jcfootball.com. Abens Cajuste (6-3, 305) played the nose in Victor Valley's 3-4 scheme in 2011.