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Mike Leach, Commentator: Coming To A TV Near You

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Mike Leach’s resume remains a colorful one: winningest coach ever by percentage at Texas Tech, law degree holder, famed pirate aficionado, rollerblader, weatherman, pest control technician, and dating coach.

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You may now add “college football commentator” to that list, since CBS College Sports will have Leach working as an analyst this fall.

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It should sound something like this.

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Well, that’s a first down, there. Interesting that they went with the skinny post. First there’s nothing skinny about it, since the term is inaccurate. Should call it a narrow post there. Second, they’re mimicking the counterintuitive opening gambits of an Erwin Rommel desert campaign here, going mid-range to deep pass when you expect power run. Third, and this is a little known fact, but it’s possible to poach an egg at temperatures far lower than one might think provided you do it for a very long time, like say three or four hours or so. It’s a big thing in molecular gastronomy, but don’t get me started on the Spanish. I like ham as much as the next man, but you gotta give the pig a rest sometime. Oh, and they’ll probably throw that skinny post again just to see if they’ll defend it this time. (Offense throws skinny post again.)

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We’re so very much looking forward to Mike Leach stretching our definition of what is possible in commentating tangents this fall.