Under Leach, WSU ahead of schedule

When Mike Leach decided he was ready to return to coaching in 2011, he knew he’d have some options. That’s the nature of the business for a coach who has guided a program to 10 bowls in 10 seasons like he did at Texas Tech.

So, why Washington State?

For Leach, it was simple: WSU checked all the boxes. He wanted to be in a college town, needed the support of the school president and athletics director and sought a place with a real opportunity to build a winner.

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