When asked about the crowd noise at Oregon's Autzen Stadium, Washington State head coach Mike Leach when down his specific list of loudest places in college football...


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I tweeted to him that there might be an opening at "Willie Starke's School" soon and he liked the tweet, so maybe there's a chance. Not sure he would get along with the rest of the LSU fan base, but he's one of my favorite people in the sport. His CFB show on XM was awesome to listen to, except for Jack Arute. LINK
Reply16 months
Asking for a friend....Does anybody know Leach's salary and buyout?
Reply16 months
I watched a game in Little Rock in 2010. The winner was going to the Sugar Bowl. We lost, but the atmosphere was incredible. Loud as hell.
Reply16 months
You have to love how this guys just answers every question straight.
Reply16 months
So basically every SEC stadium
Reply16 months
Man I love this dude. Kid from Houma went play for him, Im sure hes having the time of his life.
Reply16 months
Locked in a closet?
16 months
This shouldve been Les’ replacement
Reply16 months
Leach is friggin hilarious. Back when he wasnt coaching and did the radio show on XM you could always count on laughing your arse off. Also, most people never get to hear just how smart the guy actually is since the media only shows the cooky things he does. Hell he said when he was coaching at TT they typically only ran variations of 5-10 plays all game.
Reply16 months
Leach is brilliant. I wish we had a coach with half his IQ.
16 months
Hey GreatLakes, I would take a coach that HAS an IQ.
16 months
Sounds like he loves the sec.
Reply16 months
Leach is just awesome.
Reply16 months
Is this referring to first half or second noise?
Reply16 months
Not anymore. People check out after the first quarter.
Reply16 months
The truth hurts
16 months
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