Besides his introductory press conference(s) we haven't heard a lot from Mike Leach. That changed a bit yesterday as Leach made an appearance on both 710 ESPN in Seattle and 700 ESPN in Spokane. The interview topics overlap a bit, but both are worth a listen. Topics range from his staff, current players, recruiting, practice structure and even some of Leach's thoughts on shopping malls.
Ex-Cougar signs, eager to see action | NBA - The News Tribune
Klay Thompson had felt a little bit more like Golden State’s team manager lately than a first-round pick.
WSU Athletics to Provide Bus Service for Spokane Basketball Games - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
PULLMAN, Wash.- Washington State University Athletics is offering free bus transportation to the men's basketball `home' games in Spokane Thursday, Dec. 29 and Saturday, Dec. 31.
Washington State basketball getting healthy " Kitsap Sun
PULLMAN — Washington State basketball coach Ken Bone said Tuesday that all three of the Cougars' injured players may be back in action when WSU takes on visiting Western Oregon on Sunday.
Rating Pac-12 coaches' job security - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN
1. Mike Leach, Washington State: There seem to be exactly zero people who think Leach is a bad hire. The reaction in Pullman could be described as euphoric, but that sells it short. Still, there is pressure that comes with euphoria -- see that old "too high or too low" syndrome. Folks expect him to work miracles. To me, 6-6 or 7-5 would be a successful 2012 season. Get the feeling some Cougs expect to immediately take down Oregon.
Former Coronado and Texas Tech football player Mike Smith is in the process of being hired as an assistant coach at Washington State, one of Smith’s family members said Tuesday.
It appears new Washington State head coach Mike Leach is going after his former assistants at Texas Tech to fill his new staff in Pullman.
PULLMAN – Mike Leach is filling in his Washington State football staff slowly, or quickly, depending on what side of the ball is being referenced. Leach, who will fill the role of offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, has enticed a few of his former Texas Tech offensive assistants to Pullman.