Now, I know this book has been out a while; but, I just now got around to reading (and finishing it in a day). First off, I think Mike Leach has brought a lot of good to college football: from an innovative offense to actually making his players graduate and even though I’m a Texas grad, I always loved watching Tech play (and occasionally beat Texas and our stale offense powered by Greg Davis’ patented low-powered East-West offense). It’s a shame that they fired Leach because I used to know the game with Tech would be a great game.. now, it just stinks (even with Texas being terrible, it still isn’t a good game).
The book starts out with Leach talking about his upbringing and he throws in stories here and there and it rambles around; much like I imagine any conversation with Mike Leach would go (which isn’t necessarily a bad thing). He then talks about all his college coaching jobs and his various offensive philosophies and how to best run a football program. Then, he also goes into detail about the whole Adam James scandal and you can probably figure out which side of the fence I fall on for that.
I can’t remember quite how long the book was other than the fact it took me one night to read it, so I’m going to say about 250 pages. I found it well worth the time spent reading it, and it is an interesting book written by an interesting coach who is probably more interesting than the most interesting man in the world.