This was mentioned in the comments yesterday, but it's worth it's own post. Mike Leach has been making the media rounds recently, discussing WSU's bid for the New Mexico Bowl. That included a stop on the Pac-12 Network. Leach didn't talk about the bowl much, however, instead using most of the time to analyze the television series Breaking Bad.
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Leach didn't start watching the show until a marathon leading up to the finale allowed him to record all 61 episodes. He's not exactly known to be a technology guy, so I picture him swapping out VHS tapes every eight hours to record the series. Leach said people showed him pictures someone made with Leach's face super imposed on Walter White's body. That's crazy. Who would do such a thing?
Oh, right ...
Before we get to the rest of the links, Nusser joined the Mountain West Connection podcast on Thursday to discuss WSU and the New Mexico Bowl. Jeff hops on around the 23 minute mark.
WSU coaches use extra time to assess talent - Spokesman.com - Dec. 12, 2013
During the season, Washington State’s football coaches don’t get much time with the underclassmen on the team.
WSU bowl rewind: 1916 Rose Bowl - SportsLink - Spokesman.com - Dec. 12, 2013
As part of the build up to Washington State's showdown with Colorado State in the New Mexico Bowl, we're going to take a brief look every day at one of the Cougars' previous bowl appearances. Today we kickoff the segment with the 1916 Rose Bowl, WSU's first-ever bowl game.
Bucannon Named Walter Camp Second Team All-American - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Washington State senior safety Deone Bucannon was named a Second-Team All-American by the Walter Camp Football Foundation, the organization announced Thursday. Bucannon was also named to the All-America First Team by Athlon Sports earlier in the day.