It's a quiet final Saturday of June and as a result we're going to keep things simple.
Sports Illustrated published a profile of Mike Leach on Friday. Nothing Earth shattering, but a good way to catch up if you haven't been paying attention for the last 18 months.
Washington State's Mike Leach has something to prove entering the 2013 season | Campus Union - SI.com
When Washington State athletic director Bill Moos brought in Mike Leach as the school’s new football coach in November 2011, Leach was expected to breathe life into a lagging Cougars’ squad. In 10 seasons at the helm at Texas Tech (2000-09), Leach engineered an attack that led the nation in passing offense six times and topped the country in total offense three times. But Leach didn’t simply put up big numbers; his teams found ways to win. Behind the Air Raid, Leach won at least seven games every year he was in Lubbock, reaching a bowl game in all 10 campaigns. He tallied an 84-43 overall record and was viewed as the spark needed to turn Washington State’s fortunes around.
WSU senior Mallory Kent won the Washington Women's Amateur championship. She'll now attempt to qualify for the U.S. Women's Amateur.
Mallory Kent Wins Washington State Amateur Championship - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
FEDERAL WAY, Wash. - Washington State rising-senior Mallory Kent captured the 2013 Washington State Women's Amateur Championship at the Twin Lakes Golf and Country Club.
WSU barely contributed, but the Pac-12 claimed another Directors' Cup championship.
Pac-12 again owns the Directors' Cup - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN
The Pac-12 hasn't won a football national championship since USC in 2004, but in the big picture of college sports, it's the top conference. Again.