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HOT COUGAR ACTION: Looking Ahead To 2022

Yesterday, we had a nice little discussion on whether or not Mike Leach was accurately ranked as the No. 17 coach in the country. Today, we take it to the next level. Mike Strange of took college coach rankings to the next level. Instead of being concerned about how they rank in 2012, he looked at how they'll rank in 2022.

He runs through some names of current top coaches and predicts their whereabouts in 2022. Leach comes up, but only briefly.

Some won't. I can't see No. 14 Mark Richt coaching at 62. Can Mike Leach carry on as a 61-year-old pirate? Probably.

Now, keep in mind, in 10 years Leach will likely be fresh off his 10th consecutive BCS Championship victory so I'm not even sure he will want to keep coaching at that point. But the question is, where do you think Mike Leach will rank in 2022?


McWashington will be his own Cougar in football broadcast booth - - May 13, 2012
Given all the years Bob Robertson worked without a sidekick in the Washington State radio booth, the recent developments in broadcasting Cougars football must have Marconi spinning in his underground studio.


Cougars Drop Pac-12 Game to Stanford - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
STANFORD, Calif. - Stephen Piscotty was 3-for-3 at the plate and pitched 6 1/3 innings for the win on the mound as No. 11 Stanford knocked off Washington State 8-3, Saturday.


Cougars Fall to No. 2 Florida at NCAA Championship - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
GAINESVILLE, Fla. - The Washington State women's tennis team saw its season come to an end with a 6-0 loss at No. 2 Florida Saturday at Linder Stadium at Ring Tennis Complex.

Track And Field

WSU’s Scott-Ellis wins long jump - - May 13, 2012
Washington State junior Stephan Scott-Ellis won the long jump on the first day of competition Saturday at the Pac-12 Conference Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Ore.