The upcoming game against Utah
The Utes are strong, physical, and well coached according to Leach. Further, they are aggressive, well-schooled fundamentally, and their defense “comes at you.”
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Although Leach and Utah head coach Kyle Whittingham both went to BYU at the same time, they didn’t know each other. According to Leach, Whittingham was working on leading the NCAA in tackles while he was intent on going to law school.
Leach thinks it will be interesting for his air raid offense to go up against Utah’s attacking defense. The Utes haven’t changed much since Leach has been there so WSU should be ready for what Utah will throw at them.
Martin Stadium will be a tough place for Utah to play. The Washington State student section makes the stadium one of the best environments in college football, according to Leach.
Easop Winston has huge hands for someone who is 5 foot, 10 inches. Yes, the press conference discussed the size of Winston’s big hands. Leach told the reporters the wideout’s mitts would make a great story.
If the Cougars don’t win, no one gets the “Bone Award” that week. So no bone was earned for Saturday.
Think something you did recently was a waste of time? The fan question of the week asked of Mike Leach during the press conference was: What was the wort date the coach had ever been on? In a 30 minute meeting, Leach spent six minutes on his answer.