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For new fans unfamiliar with WSU. I don't think anything has changed since they filmed this.

For new fans unfamiliar with WSU. I don't think anything has changed since they filmed this.

Found Reid Forrest

After thinking about special teams, did you ever wonder where Reid is?

MQW Highlights, he is scary good! What will he do under Leach? :)

MQW Highlights, he is scary good! What will he do under Leach? :)

Smart Football on Mike Leach and WSU

I've mentioned this a couple times in the last few days, but Chris Brown of Smart Football is the best football blogger on the web, in my opinion. A genius of strategy, and he's made his chief area of expertise Mike Leach and the Airraid offense. He's the reason I've long been obsessed with Leach. As I hoped he would, he has a massive take on Leach and how great a fit he is for WSU. And he thinks he's a phenomenal fit, and when he says that you need to trust him. This is not a guy who would just say that. Be warned that Brown does not write short posts, he goes lengthy and in detail. This article is huge, but it's chock full of information and positive-thinking that Cougs should want right now. It includes why Leach is a perfect fit, his links to the offenses that previously made WSU successful, why WSU can be successful again, what his hires should be, what should be deemed success, and why Leach is awesome and why stuck-in-their-ways fans will not think he's awesome all the time. Read it. Every word. Seriously.

This is what is possible with Mike Leach's offense.

This is what is possible with Mike Leach's offense.

Karstetter named Pac-12 Student-Athlete of the Year!

Congratulations and thank you Jared for all you've given this program and for doing things the right way!

2005 NYT Article about Mike Leach (by Moneyball's Michael Lewis)

An informative and fun read on WSU's new head coach. I believe this was originally intended for inclusion in "The Blind Side" but it ended up as a NYT Magazine article instead. My favorite excerpt: "As (Leach's) team raced onto the field, he gazed into the stands filled with screaming fans and wondered about the several thousand "cadets" from Texas A.&M. clustered in one end zone. They wear military uniforms and buzz cuts, holler in unison and stand at attention the entire game. "How come they get to pretend they are soldiers?" he asked. "The thing is, they aren't actually in the military. I ought to have Mike's Pirate School. The freshmen, all they get is the bandanna. When you're a senior, you get the sword and skull and crossbones. For homework, we'll work pirate maneuvers and stuff like that." Good hire, Cougs.

Gonna love seeing this in Pullman!

Small clip but just the thought of how Leach is gonna run the offense makes me excited. Never give up, even on your own 37 with 1 second left in the half. Go cougs!

Time for Coach Leach on the Palouse. Bill Moos got it done.

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Time for Coach Leach on the Palouse. Bill Moos got it done.

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