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The architect, his pupil, and his son: Hal Mumme, Mike Leach and Matt Mumme are wedded to the Air Raid offense

Fri., Sept. 22, 2017, 6 a.m.

Hal Mumme, left, helped found the Air Raid offense with Mike Leach in the 1990s at Kentucky; Mumme’s son, Matt, now offensive coordinator at Nevada, played in it, as did Kliff Kingsbury, who shined at Texas Tech. (File / AP)
PULLMAN – The year was 2000 and Matt Mumme had decided to tag along with his father, Hal, for an American Football Coaches Association convention in Florida. The two were strolling through a conference room when someone at a nearby table spoke up to get Hal’s attention. And Matt remembers this vividly. He and his father stopped in their tracks as Howard Schnellenberger belted out: “Hey Hal, you know you’re ruining football, don’t you?”

Pac-12 picks: Recognizing our mistakes and ‘playing the next play’

Wed., Sept. 20, 2017, 9:09 a.m.

Southern California's Chase McGrath (40) kicks the game-winning field goal from the hold of Wyatt Schmidt, left, while Texas defensive back Holton Hill tries to block in overtime of an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017, in Los Angeles. USC won 27-24 in two overtimes. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill) ORG XMIT: LAC119 (Mark J. Terrill / AP)
If you took a few minutes to browse through last week’s picks, you probably noticed a large, bold headline at the top of the screen before anything else. It’s meant to catch your eye, the headline, and chances are it did. Or maybe you glazed right over it. Let’s hope that was the case.

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