Washington State’s Mike Leach to help teach course on lessons from football and war

Mike Leach

The public will be able to get a peek at the Washington State football coach roaming the classroom instead of the sidelines. Leach will team with a county official to teach a non-credit course called Leadership Lessons in Insurgent Warfare and Football Strategies. The final session April 23 will be online and available to anyone who wants to watch. The classroom sessions are limited to 40 current Washington State students. Interested students will need to apply through an online process that opens Tuesday.

Michael Bryant

A student team manager with cerebral palsy fulfilled his dream of playing after two seasons on the sidelines. Grand Ledge, Mich., coach Scott Lewis challenged his players to get ahead of rival Holt so Bryant, a senior, could have the chance to play, the Lansing State Journal reported. Everyone in the gym, even the other Holt players, cheered as Bryant landed two late 3-pointers, Lewis said. “It was a really cool moment,” Lewis said. “I dreamed about going on the court and shooting 3-pointers,” Bryant said.

Associated Press

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