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July 2000

July 2000


Mike Leach Q & A

© July 2000

Q: You didn't reach the Division I-A level until 1997 at Kentucky. Before that, you had coached in Division II and the NAIA. What did you learn from your experiences at small colleges and how did you reach your current level?
A: When you work at small colleges, you have to know a little bit about everything involved in a football program. A lot of things at major college that are done by someone else, I've actually done myself. I've actually been an equipment guy while coaching. I've actually been a recruiting coordinator while coaching. I've actually been a sports information director while coaching. I've taught classes while coaching. It's a wealth of experience as far as what you get out of it. As far as how did I get this far, I've been lucky to work with great coaches each step of the way.

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