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Leach talks play-calling responsibilities

CYRUS COEN

WASHINGTON STATE COACH Mike Leach long has been regarded for his play-calling ability. But given the demands of his position, Leach was asked if he contemplated giving up those duties after he transitioned from Oklahoma's offensive coordinator to Texas Tech's coach in 2000. That was among a variety of topics he addressed during his Tuesday morning Pac-12 football coaches teleconference.

Leach said he never has consider abdicating his play-calling responsibility, which was among the biggest reasons why he decided to pursue coaching instead of becoming a lawyer. "I always planned to call the plays," he said. "I might stop someday if I get tired of it, but there's no end in sight." CF.C asked Leach about the...

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