Washington State Head Football Coach Mike Leach Swings by to Discuss March Madness and MLB’s Opening Day; Gives Insight into Recruiting for Football, More

The NCAA Tournament field has been announced. Baseball season is right around the corner. College football season is six months off. For sports fans, every year is a rotating buffet of compelling competitions.

Washington State head football coach Mike Leach always has interesting analysis on football. Yet, he is such an insightful individual that we thought we would bring him back to comment on the beginning of the Major League Baseball season, as well as March Madness. Coach is currently on his Spring Break vacation in Key West, where he spends time during the offseason.

The topics we discussed in our latest discussion with Mike, who is a NY Times bestselling author, include why Key West is a great place to visit, thoughts on MLB Opening Day, the NCAA Tournament, why he likes recruiting football players who play soccer over any other two sport athletes, latest on his Spanish language studies and what makes a great Key Lime pie. Talk about eclectic.

While speaking of March Madness, Coach Leach takes us back to his college days at BYU and tells us a funny story about his roommate who was an NCAA Tournament fanatic.

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