The Mike Leach radio tour continued Thursday with at least four more appearances. Leach's radio stops on Thursday ranged from Texas to South Carolina and included stops on two national radio shows. The questions may overlap and you might be tired of hearing Leach talk about the same topics over and over, but there is no doubt this is the most national exposure WSU football has had in a very long time.
As far as links to all of these interviews, let's start with Leach's stop on Petros & Money from Wednesday. Thursday's stops included ESPN 1530 in Austin, The Scott Van Pelt Show and The Jim Rome Show. Leach's best appearance came on WCCP 104.9 in South Carolina and I will add a link to it as soon as it's available.
Still want more Leach on the radio? Well you are in luck. Leach will be a guest on the Dan Patrick Show today which can be streamed here. Ken Bone will be conducting a live chat on the Seattle Times' website at noon, which you can find here.
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WR Marquess Wilson, Washington State Welcome to the Palouse, Mike Leach. And as a housewarming gift, you get to coach Wilson for the second half of his college career. Despite playing with three different quarterbacks this fall, the big-play receiver still managed to haul in a Pac-12-high 82 passes for 1,388 yards and a dozen touchdowns. Well on his way to becoming the most prolific pass-catcher in Wazzu history, he adjust well to balls in the air, and employs a long gait to get behind defensive backs.