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HOT COUGAR ACTION: The Mike Leach Radio Tour Continues

If Mike Leach has a bonus in his contract for every radio appearance, Bill Moos is going to need to start printing money. A day after we linked you to three of Leach's radio appearances, we have two more today. Leach's Wednesday radio appearances were polar opposites. He was on 950 KJR with Ian Furness and Jason Puckett, two Cougs talking Pullman eats and everything WSU. Then, Leach made an appearance on the Galloway and Company show on ESPN 103.3 in Dallas with two guys who I would almost guarantee had never heard of Pullman two weeks ago.

The interview with Furness and Puckett can be found here and you can listen to his Dallas appearance via this link. If that wasn't enough, Leach will be a guest on the Jim Rome Show today. The show airs from 9 am to noon and you can listen in Washington on these stations. I'm guessing you could count the number of times a WSU coach as been on the Jim Rome Show with one hand, using zero fingers.

WSU’s Anderson finishes runner-up for Bowerman award - - Dec. 15, 2011
Washington State’s Jeshua Anderson was one of two runners-up to Ngoni Makusha of Florida State for The Bowerman award, presented Wednesday night at San Antonio to the nation’s top collegiate track and field athletes.

Got some time this morning? - SportsLink - - Dec. 14, 2011
We once worked for a boss who talked often about saving our readers' time. It was the one thing, he said, they had a finite amount of. Then we began blogging and found most of those same readers love to spend that finite amount invested with their favorite college athletic team, discovering every piece of news they can find on Washington State. But we still try to save their – or should we say, your – time. Read on.

Ranking the head-coaching hires - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN
Leach will have plenty of quarterback and wide receiver talent to recruit in the Pacific time zone, much like he had in the state of Texas. The locale, the recruiting demographics, and a fan base starving for success after just nine wins in four seasons is buying up season tickets and buying in to the conviction and plan of their new head coach.

Ranking Urban Meyer, Kevin Sumlin and rest of big-name coaching hires - CFB - ESPN
udging a coaching hire is a little like grading an NFL team's draft: Everyone has an opinion right away, but until coaches blow a whistle and players take a snap, predicting their success is as reliable as a weatherman in Seattle.

Warriors' top pick Thompson eager for practice | Seattle
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- Klay Thompson had felt a little bit more like Golden State's team manager lately than a first-round pick.