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I could tell that our players liked him right away. What really struck me was how sure of himself of

what he wanted to do. He had such conviction and confidence in his way of doing it and there

wasn't any second guessing it: 'This is what we're going to do. It is going to work. It has worked

everywhere we've been.' I remember feeling great. This is exactly what we needed to do. (Bob

Stoops, Mikeâ€s former boss at Oklahoma)Heâ€s one of the most unique people Iâ€ve

ever met. Heâ€s infinitely curious about everything. He doesnâ€t come in there and meet new

situations with an agenda. He likes to walk straight up and ask the tough questions. He loves it

when someone is real as can be. He wants to learn something new. He wants to hear another

point of view on something. Mike Leach is an infinitely interesting guy. His free association is epic.

Nobody has the ability to free associate like this guy. He starts going and youâ€re thinking,

‘O.K., where are you going with this?†I love his re-set. His re-set line is always, ‘well, the

thing is.†Whenever he switches gears to another subject, that his comma, itâ€s ‘Well, the

thing is. . . ‘ (Matthew McConaughey)Mike Leach has proved he can write a book that's as good

as his passing schemes. I might add that it also ranks up there with his leadership and

communication skills. Don't miss this eye-opening entertainment. (Dan Jenkins)I think heâ€s

brilliant. Mike Leach is a renaissance man through and through. The commercials about the

Worldâ€s Most Interesting Man―thatâ€s Mike Leach. I love him so much. I aspire to live a

full and rich life and heâ€s doing it. Heâ€s as interested in literature as he is in football.

Heâ€s just a very complicated, well-rounded individual. Heâ€s a real maverick and an

inspiration. (Peter Berg, filmmaker, director FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS)Mike Leach is a great leader

and an amazing motivator of men. And he got screwed. Heâ€s got fantastic ingenuity, not only

on the football field, but what he did with Texas Tech. The guy was on the cover of the New York

Times Sunday Magazine as the head coach of Texas Tech. Think about how unusual that is. He is

just so smart and really is a great guy, and a great coach. (Donald Trump) Read more After stints

at Kentucky and Oklahoma, Mike Leach took over a subpar Texas Tech program that had one of

the worst graduation rates in all of major college football. A decade later, Leach had guided Tech

to unprecedented on-field success and the highest graduation rate of any public university in major

college football. He is now a TV analyst for CBS College Sports and hosts the daily College

Football Playbook show on SiriusXM. He is native of Cody, Wyoming, and graduated from

Brigham Young University. He earned his J.D. from Pepperdine Law School in 1986. Leach and


his wife, Sharon, have four children. Read more

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