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Hot Cougar Action: Mike Leach live chat

Live chats are typically boring, but not when Mike Leach is involved. What will he be asked today?

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Mike Leach will be conducting a live chat on the Seattle Times' website today at 12:15 p.m. PT. Those online chats can be fairly boring at times, but Mike Leach chats are not the usual online chats.


Live chat with WSU football coach Mike Leach | Cougars | The Seattle Times
Washington State experienced a rollercoaster 2012 campaign in Mike Leach's first season as head football coach, but it ended on a high note in the Apple Cup as the Cougars rallied from an 18-point deficit in the fourth quarter to beat Washington 31-28 in overtime.

Pac-12 spring preview: North Division - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN
1. Is Halliday Leach's guy? Quarterback Connor Halliday has plenty of starting experience and he's played well at times. He seems like the front-runner to start in 2013. But he's also been inconsistent, and that clearly frustrated coach Mike Leach last year. Halliday needs to end all doubt this spring, or he could get challenged by redshirt freshman Austin Apodaca, incoming freshman Tyler Bruggman or perhaps someone else this fall.


The Cougars have Friday off, but return to the court on Saturday to face No. 12 Arizona.


WSU Continues Road Trip at 12th-Ranked Arizona - The Washington State University Official Athletic Site
WSU CONTINUES ROAD TRIP AT 12TH-RANKED ARIZONA: Washington State University men's basketball (11-16, 2-12) looks for its first win over a ranked opponent in two years as it travels to Tucson, Ariz., to take on No. 12 Arizona, Saturday, Feb. 23 at noon PT/1 p.m. MT, at the McKale Center.


Some very exciting baseball scheduling news.


Future of college baseball tourney at Whataburger Field unknown » Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Malone thought Washington State decided to just go with a more lucrative financial series. A Washington State sports media relations representative emailed a statement to the Caller-Times in which coach Donnie Marbut said his team wanted to finish a home-and-home series commitment rather than travel to the Classic.