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    Re: Mike Leach is a National Treasure: Leach discusses appreciation for live mascots

    Ha ha....gotta love The Pirate!

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    Re: Mike Leach is a National Treasure: Leach discusses appreciation for live mascots

    If we cannot use an Elephant maybe we call the local paving company and rent a STEAM ROLLER, now that would be funny.

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    Re: Mike Leach is a National Treasure: Leach discusses appreciation for live mascots

    Mike Leach is the gift that keeps on giving, and for that I am eternally grateful!!

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    Re: Mike Leach is a National Treasure: Leach discusses appreciation for live mascots

    Quote Originally Posted by crimsonaudio View Post
    Bring this man back to the SEC!!! There are too many grumps. I miss Les Miles.
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    Part of me still wishes Tennessee had gotten him and Ole Miss or Arkansas would have hired Les Miles.
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    Re: Mike Leach is a National Treasure: Leach discusses appreciation for live mascots

    Mike Leach is great, but too bad that "Buffalo" is actually a "Bison". The Colorado mascot is sitting on a throne of LIES!

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_bison
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    Re: Mike Leach is a National Treasure: Leach discusses appreciation for live mascots

    Quote Originally Posted by mdb-tpet View Post
    Mike Leach is great, but too bad that "Buffalo" is actually a "Bison". The Colorado mascot is sitting on a throne of LIES!

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_bison

    I didn't realize the difference. I do say that our version (American bison) is prettier than the African version (buffalo).

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    Re: Mike Leach is a National Treasure: Leach discusses appreciation for live mascots

    He is doing a lot with my Neighbor as his QB

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    Re: Mike Leach is a National Treasure: Leach discusses appreciation for live mascots

    Quote Originally Posted by tide power fan View Post
    He is doing a lot with my Neighbor as his QB
    That would be better stated as "doing a lot with My Neighbor, almost-'Bama-walk-on grad transfer and now Heisman Top 10 predicted finisher Gardner Minshew as his QB," correct?

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    Re: Mike Leach is a National Treasure: Leach discusses appreciation for live mascots

    I wouldn't want him in our conference - I enjoy watching him compete in what I consider an otherwise boring conference, at least in very recent times. I've always liked Washington State - seeing Ol Crimson waving back and forth in the background every CGD alone is just very cool.

    He's done a remarkable job at (now #8 in the country) WS and I look forward to seeing them play for the Pac 12 title - probably a rematch against Utah.

    Go Cougs!

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    Re: Mike Leach is a National Treasure: Leach discusses appreciation for live mascots

    Quote Originally Posted by TitleWave View Post
    That would be better stated as "doing a lot with My Neighbor, almost-'Bama-walk-on grad transfer and now Heisman Top 10 predicted finisher Gardner Minshew as his QB," correct?
    Yes

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    Re: Mike Leach is a National Treasure: Leach discusses appreciation for live mascots

    Quote Originally Posted by uafan4life View Post
    Part of me still wishes Tennessee had gotten him and Ole Miss or Arkansas would have hired Les Miles.
    Can you imagine Leach and Miles at the same press conference, say a bowl game or something? It would be priceless.
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