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Sport Mississippi State's Mike Leach optimistic CFB season will go on as planned

06:07  29 may  2020
06:07  29 may  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Opinion: Mike Leach was only move for Mississippi State after backing itself into corner. Leach is undoubtedly one of the game’ s top offensive minds and seemed to score points at Washington State no matter who he played at He had an 11-win season and two nine-win seasons with the Cougars.

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Mike Leach standing in front of a crowd: Mike Leach is optimistic that the college football season will be able to be played.  © Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports Mike Leach is optimistic that the college football season will be able to be played.

Leach’s success as a coach and his personality should play well in the south.

With the 2020 college football season up in the air amid the ongoing pandemic, Leach took to social media on Thursday to provide fans with some optimism. He did so in the most Mike Leach way possible.

“Swing your sword. Do it with great technique. Do it with great energy, and do it with great attitude,” Leach said. “Let’s get through this thing. And let’s get back. And I can’t wait for kickoff.

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Mississippi State is not standing pat after Mike Leach ’ s latest Twitter controversy. “Cohen said that a plan is in place for Coach Leach to participate in additional listening sessions with student, alumni, and community Mike Leach rings a cowbell after he was introduced as MSU' s new coach in January.

Outside of those interesting Leachisms, it seems that the veteran head football coach is optimistic the 2020 season will start as planned in late August.

As of right now, things certainly do seem to be trending in that direction. However, it’s going to be a long road back. What happens with the virus and how states respond over the next few weeks will dictate whether the season goes on as planned.

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