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Mike Leach discusses cell phones, dating and the future of the human species

Coming off a win, Mike Leach was in fine form on Monday during the media session.

Otto Greule Jr

Mike Leach is known for interesting tangents during interviews. Early season losses didn't exactly put him in the most playful mood with the media, but the Utah win appears to have eased things up a bit. Leach was back at it on Monday, going on a nice little rant about modern technology and how it will one day be the downfall of the human species. Here is the tail end.

That's mostly a rant about smartphones and the ways people use them, but there is a little dating advice in there as well. Leach giving dating advice is nothing new. He did it at Texas Tech and has done it at WSU. Kevin Trahan of used the latest comment to put together a guide to Mike Leach's advice to dating.

Full video from Leach's press conference is in the links below.



Eklund (note: the audio now works. Thanks to WSU for passing along an updated video:



Cal, WSU offenses not quite mirror images - - Sept. 29, 2014
Mike Leach faces a former disciple this weekend in California coach Sonny Dykes, who was a wide receivers coach and co-offensive coordinator under Leach at Texas Tech. Dykes, who was a graduate assistant at Kentucky when Leach was an assistant coach under Hal Mumme, has applied many of those same Air Raid principles while constructing the "Bear Raid" offense currently run by the Golden Bears.

California at Washington St. - - Sept. 30, 2014
The Cougars have gotten better in each of the last three weeks and they just need that trend to continue. Washington State can enter the regular season’s second half with a .500 record, a winning Pac-12 record and a lot of momentum if they win on Saturday.

Monday press conference: Mike Leach - SportsLink - - Sept. 29, 2014
Today's was not your typical Monday press conference at Washington State. Coach Mike Leach talked about the win at Utah and the challenge presented by Saturday's game against California, but he also gave quotes like this:

Men's Basketball:

Ernie Kent landed the third verbal commitment in the 2015 recruiting class, this one from Robert Franks. The 6-foot-7 guard is from Vancouver, Wash.

Evergreen's Franks commits to Washington State hoops | The Columbian
Evergreen High School basketball standout Robert Franks will stay in state for his college days. Franks called Washington State men's basketball coach Ernie Kent around 7 p.m. Monday to tell Kent he would sign with the Cougars in November.


Homecoming for Cougar Volleyball - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
It’s Homecoming Week at Washington State University and the Cougars volleyball team (9-5 overall, 0-2 Pac-12) will play at home in Bohler Gym this weekend for Pac-12 action.