Mike Leach offers up another gem when asked about coaching turnover in college football
Mississippi State coach Mike Leach is never one to offer anything other than his honest opinion, regardless of the topic
And that was the case on Wednesday, as Leach was asked during the weekly SEC coaches teleconference for his thoughts on the high rate of coaching turnover in college football.
Mike Leach asked about why coaching turnover is so high in college football:
"Because people are nuts… General societal mental illness."
— SEC Mike (@MichaelWBratton) November 17, 2021
Leach was asked if could expand on his take and as usual he failed to disappoint.
“I think the addiction to machines is part of it,”Leach said. “Instead of people one, communicating with one another and then two, making their decisions based on individual thought, I think lots of people use their machines for all their decisions and I don’t think that’s necessarily very healthy.”