Quotes from Mike Leach at 2013 Pac-12 Media Day: Zombies and Clowney

Washington State coach Mike Leach went first at the latest edition of Pac-12 Media Day. He was asked a brief series of questions, all of which left him room to be Mike Leach, whether by referencing zombie apocalypses or asking him what's currently "chapping" his "hide." You can catch up on the video here.

On opening statements:

On the new helmet-targeting rule:

On the book he's writing:

On his quote last year that his players were practicing like reanimated beings:

He also handled an especially hollery question by talking about presumed starter Connor Halladay:

Leach entered as the clear leader for the title of two-time Pac-12 Media Day champion, and he did nothing to shake that status in his 10 or so minutes on stage.

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