Washington State head coach Mike Leach is an interesting guy. He generally has an opinion on most things, including the relative education level of most fish.
One such opinion that he has is that the Pac-12 is deeper than the SEC:
Leach: "The bottom half of the Pac-12 is better than the bottom half of the SEC."— CougCenter (@CougCenter) July 24, 2013
You may agree or disagree with that statement, but Washington State does open the season on the road against Auburn this year, and the Tigers conveniently finished in the basement of the SEC. How very interesting!
He also has thoughts on the new ejection rules concerning targeting:
Leach: "Now all of a sudden we're nuancing this thing up and cluttering this thing up with one thing after the next. ...."— CougCenter (@CougCenter) July 24, 2013
Leach on Clowney: "I think it's ridiculous. I'm getting tired of everyone apologizing for playing football."— CougCenter (@CougCenter) July 24, 2013
Leach on new ejection rule, "It's crazy. It's ridiculous. We have old men in bifocals trying to make a split second decision."— Pac 12 Football (@onlypac12) July 24, 2013
One thing he doesn't have an opinion on is the debate in the SEC over hurry-up offenses:
Asked Mike Leach what he thought of SEC's tempo offense debate. Says he hasn't paid attention because he's been writing a book on Geronimo.— Travis Haney (@TravHaneyESPN) July 24, 2013
Of course. Of course.
I caught Leach up on player-safety tangent of SEC tempo offense conversation. "That makes a ridiculously low amount of sense," he said.— Travis Haney (@TravHaneyESPN) July 24, 2013
Now, if you don't mind, Coach has a book to write.