WSU's Leach finds books more binding than marriages

CULVER CITY, Calif. -- It's well known by now that Mike Leach is good for a juicy quote or 20 any time a microphone is placed in front of his mouth. Not surprisingly, Washington State's podium session Friday morning at 2013 Pac-12 Football Media Day on the lot of Sony Pictures Studios, was no exception.

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A fan on Twitter asked Leach about the books he's been reading, to which Leach responded "mostly my own," referring to the book he is co-writing on Geronimo with Washington State professor Buddy Levy.

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And that's where it got interesting.

"Books are funny things," Leach said. "Books almost go a little beyond even the confines of a marriage. You write a book? That's there forever. You don't divorce a book." (Not sure how his wife Sharon feels about that...)

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No timetable on when the book on the Apache chief will come out, but Leach did say he sent the book to undergo its first edit a week go. Make sure you buy a copy... or three.

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"When the Geronimo book comes out, everybody needs to buy a copy, and buy a couple extra in case you lose the first one," he said.