CULVER CITY, Calif. – Mike Leach expanded Friday on comments made earlier this week about his disdain for college football’s new targeting rules.
The Washington State coach, speaking at the podium during his session at Pac-12 media day at Sony Pictures Studios, said he doesn’t believe a rule can be effective if it is difficult to enforce. And that’s how he sees the new rules, which dictate that a player can be ejected for a hit that results in any contact to another player’s head, regardless of whether the defensive player actually targeted the head. More here. Christian Caple, SR
The article goes on to say Leach spent the summer writing a book about Geronimo with WSU prof Buddy Levy.
Two questions: Could you write a book if you had the summer off? And what do you think of college football's new targeting rules?