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Blanchette v. Leach

Well, John Blanchette will no doubt be happy with the departure of Mike Leach — and one can only imagine what his departure words for Leach will entail.

As for me, pending the Spokesman’s printing this, let me say this: Mr. Blanchette, I don’t really care what you think and you can go ahead and write whatever you want because some day the Spokesman-Review will get tired of the demeaning, negative and biased opinions written by a source that has little, if any, credible sports behavior/knowledge. When that day arrives rest assure Mr. Blanchette, you will be reading your last “Dear John Letter” and shall be walking down the road with two heavy suitcases.

Go Cougs!

Mark Donoghue

Veradale


 

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