We are less than a month away from the seven-year anniversary of Mike Leach announcing his initial coaching staff at WSU. If you can remember back to late 2011, Leach was hired in early December, and then we all spent six weeks tracking and speculating his staff before it was announced in the middle of January.
Antonio Huffman, the director of football operations, and Dave Emerick, the chief of staff, both remain. All nine original assistant coaches, however, have all moved on in one way or another.
Let’s see how well you remember that initial staff.
Q1: Name the nine assistant coaches on Mike Leach’s 2012 coaching staff — and their role.
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Why watch? Odds are excellent Washington State coach and history buff Mike Leach knows more about the Battle of the Alamo than anyone in major college football.
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WSU: Theo Lawson talked with Leach about his Eastern Washington prediction, which allowed the Washington State coach to delve even deeper.
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The Washington State University men's basketball team (5-3) returns to Pullman to host Rider (3-3), Monday, Dec. 17 at 7 p.m. in its first of two games in the Las Vegas Classic that will be played at Pullman, before heading to Las Vegas for games Dec. 22 and 23.