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Washington State coach Mike Leach is known for doing some pretty odd things. Back in 2007 during a game against Texas, the then coach of Texas Tech was so furious about the officiating he called the Big 12 Commissioner during the game to complain. According to his quarterback, Graham Harrell...
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“I can remember in the third quarter, he’s pulling his cell phone out,” Harrell says of Texas Tech’s 2007 loss at Texas. “He always talked to me between series, so he’s talking to me and he pulls his cell phone out and he called the Big 12 commissioner. He’s like cussing out the Big 12 commissioner, telling him like, ‘These refs are screwing us. You better watch my post-game press conference because I’ve got some stuff to say.’”
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Brasky...Bill Brasky
Reply40 months
So glad to be gone and not get robbed on Thanksgiving year after year. The biased officiating for the Horns is well known by all.
Reply40 months
Leach. Like a boss.
Reply40 months
What Big 12 officials favored Texas surely you jest. If that really happened I am sure some schools would complain and bolt,...wait that actually happened. Nevermind ..lol
Reply40 months
Leach is the Bill Bransky of college coaches.
Reply40 months
I agree with leach - get rid of the refs and play no-rules, thunderdome style

*mike leach may or may not have actually said this
Reply40 months
Conference officials are a plague on cfb.
Reply40 months
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