3.11.2010

We've Hit The F Bomb Motherload

When you sue someone, everything about you comes out. Today this video gets released of former Texas Tech coach Mike Leach in the locker room speaking to the team after his win over Baylor. The man is not pleased. But, more shockingly, this man is a cussing fool! How he allowed a camera in there is beyond me. ("Language warning" doesn't do it justice.) Source.

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

Speaking of F Bombs, Dr. Gindt has resigned at tonights board meeting. How f-uped can one district be.

Anonymous said...

Vince Gill's music isn't usually that explicit!

Anonymous said...

GREATNESS....Tech will miss him.....Tech pays the bills the coach told them like it was....maybe more should take notes

Anonymous said...

Texas Tech got rid of a Loser!
Thank you to the young man and his family for saying enough is enough!

Anonymous said...

Uh oh! He said something that wasn't rolling over and pissing themselves about god! Burn him at the stake!

Anonymous said...

you forget who the young kids daddy is thats the only reason they got by with it.

Anonymous said...

9:44 has an opinion. However, I know many Tech alums who feel differently. Leach may use strong lnaguage but he built a winner and produced entertaining games. Tough act to follow.

anon said...

Fact: Tech sophomore Adam James is 2 days older than NFL quarterback Matthew Stafford. End of fact.

I guess Baylor supporters are happy that Leach wont be around to beat them every year.

RPM said...

I wonder what Tech fans will think of Mike Leach when they are sitting back in the cellar after they lost their inner pirate.

HARRRRRRRRR!

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't want that guy any where near my son - influencing him in any way.

You can build a winning team withOUT berrating kids this way.
You can call me a protective mom - but sometimes that's what moms need to do - even when their sons are over 18.

Anonymous said...

The man's a F'n Leach.

Anonymous said...

Here's a perfect example of what kids can expect in college ball. No, I don't agree with the language but it's real. Football is not only about how good you are, how good you think you are or how good your parents think you are. Football also involves mental toughness. You either perform metally and physically or get out. He "hit the nail on the head" when he said, "last I looked we were paying the bills". Once you leave High School and enter that arena you're in for a change and you either make it or you don't. The point of the speech is for the players to "buy in" and to except what he's saying, believe it and do it, repair your attitude. He could care less what they thought about his language. He was attempting to get a point across. If you don't want your child playing for someone like that you better re-evaluate the dream of their of playing college sports. If they don't hear it from the Head coach they'll hear it from another. Besides, when a kid begins College sports the Coach will let you know real quick, Daddy and Mama Ball is over. He gets paid to coach and you stay out of it. Again, I don't agree with the language but it's real. Deal with it or leave. Sad part is, if a parent thinks that's the only place a college kid hears that language they need to wake up. Leach was paid to win, as every coach is, not watch their language because they'll offend your little boy.

Anonymous said...

I'm pretty sure the kids weren't shocked at the language. He was just getting down on their level, saying it like they could understand. If you think this is limited to college coaches, high school coaches ==some, not all-- have been known to drop a few f-bombs too. This language isn't falling on virgin ears!

Anonymous said...

F'n a skippy!

Anonymous said...

A good football coach knows how to motivate his team to win football games. That is what Leach did very well at Tech. His record indicates that he spoke to his team in a language they could relate to. It worked. He ain't no Baptist preacher. The next coach will get fired for having a 6-6 record even though he is a really nice guy. I will take an overcussing winner everytime.

Anonymous said...

6:21...Good thing your not a college football coach; and please don't caudle your son any more. I don't want any of my tax dollars going to MHMR for his future care.

I am sure some people are shocked by Leach's language, or his after game speech in general. For those of you who are you simply don't understand football, or the life of a young man in general for that matter. You want to protect your kid, make sure he doesn't get yelled at; your only protecting him from what he needs. It may seem a little shocking, but this is how real men are built. You have to be held accountable at every turn, in football and it real life, the quicker you learn that the quicker become a man.

Sometimes people come along in life that are truly genius at what they do and often times those very people are controversial for that very fact. They are also often a train wreck waiting to happen, from jacked up personal lives to all sorts of social problems. It is easy to see this with Leach albiet I am not sure the details of his personal life are clear but you can bet he is not the easist guy to live with. I don't disagree with his firing, I think his ego definately got the better of him, but I do disagree with the circumstances around his firing. The admin at Tech was simply looking for a reason, and he gave them one.

Anonymous said...

Reminds me of godd ole George Patton days. Suck it up or get out!!!

Anonymous said...

What a class act. NOT

Anonymous said...

I'd play for him. His language is a whole lot cleaner than what the team hears from the stands.

Anonymous said...

College smollege, I had a high school coach like that. We went 13-1, he got on our level. If you think those players don't talk worse then you all need the education. By the way I still keep up with my old high school coach of 25 years gone by, still love him too.

Anonymous said...

I FU(K!NG love Mike Leach.

Anonymous said...

His language is not quite as bad as what I normally hear from young people living in Decatur, but it's close.

Anonymous said...

totally classless!