Tag: College Football Podcast 2015
One of the best stories in college football this year is that Washington State head football coach, NY Times bestselling author and CYInterview regular Mike Leach took his team to the next level in the Pac 12. The season brought many positives that included impressive road wins at both Oregon and UCLA. Finishing the season at 8-4, the Cougars accepted an invite to play in the Sun Bowl on December 26th against the University of Miami.
We welcome back Coach Leach to talk about the season, the upcoming bowl game and when he might write another book, as well as discussing movies he has seen recently.
As the college football season begins this week, Washington State head football coach and CYInterview regular Mike Leach is getting ready for season four with the Cougars. The NY Times Bestselling Author is excited to get his players and staff on the field.
We had a chance to preview his team’s upcoming season, but it would not be a Mike Leach conversation without discussing a variety of other topics. Coach tells us about his summer trip to Europe, to watch American football, gives his thoughts on everything Las Vegas, from buffets to gambling, and talks about his friend Matthew McConaughey’s upcoming movie on the Civil War. Additionally, he reveals two of his favorite movies from cinema history that he believes everyone should see. The two movies are Something Wild and The Last Seduction. You will have to listen to the audio to hear why.
Though the college football season does not get underway to September 3rd, there is already lots of excitement building for the upcoming season. For Phil Steele, the editor of the largest and most accurate college football preview magazine, it is a year round affair. Few people can provide you in-depth analysis about every team, like Phil can. We welcome back the veteran NCAA football expert and TV personality for our 2015 college football preview.
Every year some teams improve, some underperform and now four teams ultimately end up playing in the playoff for the national title. The defending national champion Ohio State Buckeyes look to be the preseason favorite to go undefeated, make the playoff and repeat as national champions. But like every other season, surprises can happen.