If you watch Dennis Simmons' mic'd up segment below, or have read any of his interviews, you probably know he tends to provide a lot of excellent insight.
He's also not bad at providing notable quotes. Christian Caple has a few quotes from Simmons in his post-practice blog post and this one was my favorite.
They're not going to lay down, they're going to come in here and expect to do what we expect to do each week - come in here and take someone's heart.
That is an interesting goal. Maybe he's just a really big Indiana Jones fan.
Simmons on receivers, plus practice notes - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Sept. 12, 2013
After snapping a few photos of the new additions to Martin Stadium — those will be up in a few minutes — we had a brief chat with outside receivers coach Dennis Simmons. Then we came home, typed words on a laptop, and now you are reading those words. There are more of them about footballs and football players after the jump.
What you'll see at Martin Stadium - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Sept. 12, 2013
Martin Stadium has changed a bit since the last time Washington State played a football game here.
Cougars expect T-birds to flex muscles - Spokesman.com - Sept. 12, 2013
You don’t have to look at Southern Utah’s football team to believe what coach Mike Leach has been saying for a couple days now. That’s because SUU coach Ed Lamb will put it in blunter terms.
Horton knew WSU was the place for him - Spokesman.com - Sept. 12, 2013
Letters of interest had been rolling into popular defensive back Damante Horton’s mailbox for weeks, and the Oakland (Calif.) High School prospect had already picked up a few scholarship offers when he started telling his mom how much he liked that Pac-10 school in eastern Washington.
Team unit breakdown for Week 3 - NCAA Football - CBSSports.com News, Scores, Stats, Schedule and BCS Rankings
Washington State (vs. Southern Utah): While it may not be wise to lead off the wide-receiving units with a hunch, the Mike Leach air raid simply has to right its ship against Southern Utah. The Cougars have been a fantasy nightmare since Leach arrived, possessing countless talented receiving options, and marginal results. Quarterback Connor Halliday has 559 yards through two games, but just one touchdown and five interceptions. The thinking is that ratio is closer to even come Sunday morning.
Washington State’s Andrew Furney is a lot more than a ‘big, fat kicker’ | Cougar Football | The Seattle Times
Years ago, in a highly publicized fit of pique at his Texas Tech football players, Mike Leach went off on their priorities, prominently mentioning their "fat little girlfriends."
Football Week 3 Preview and predictions - Arizona Desert Swarm
WSU is hot off an amazingly low scoring win. Can their defense play well enough to pull out a win against a tough Southern Utah team? I want to think so. Southern Utah 17 WSU 27
Pac-12 predictions: Week 3 - ESPN
The worst thing in the world would be an emotional letdown. Don’t see it happening. The offense gets back on track this week and the defense continues to improve in Year 2 under Mike Breske. The Air Raid should be in full effect this week. … Washington State 48, Southern Utah 10.
Fresh on the heels of two tough road games and an upset win over perennial Pac-12 powerhouse USC, the Washington State University Cougar football team returns to Martin Stadium at 3:30 p.m. this Saturday, Sept. 14, to take on the Thunderbirds of Southern Utah University.
Combination of a couple things. I think it became clear early in the game that USC was going to go with the conservative game plan, which allowed Wazzu to play up and stop the short passing game and running game. Ever since the Apple Cup win to end last year, the WSU defensive has looked solid. Limiting big plays is the next big step.
Cougar Baseball Duo Named Top Summer Prospects - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Washington State’s Ben Roberts and Trace Tam Sing were among the nation’s top prospects in 2013 summer collegiate leagues, Baseball America announced, Thursday.