Mike Leach wants team to adapt ‘scratch and claw’ mentality after 0-3 start in Pac12
PULLMAN, Wash. — WSU head coach Mike Leach thought his team played with more energy in a 4-point loss to Arizona State, but wants his team to build a tougher identity if they want to win in Pullman.
With an 0-3 start in Pac12 play, Mike Leach said this about winning in Pullman:
“Almost nobody that’s been here for a significant amount of time has a winning record here.
This has always been a deal where you scratch and claw for everything you have.” pic.twitter.com/I6rTiD7jI6
— Alyssa Charlston (@Alyssacharlston) October 14, 2019
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