Washington State Head Coach Mike Leach and former Texas Tech QB Graham Harrell have been reunited.
Leach named Graham Harrell his new outside receivers coach. Graham played quarterback for Mike Leach at Texas Tech from 2005-2008. After short stints in both the CFL and the NFL, Graham joined the Cougars in 2014 as an Offensive Analyst. Harrell assisting the offense with film breakdown, player evaluations and game planning.
Leach in speaking of Harrell being added to the Coaching staff,
“Graham Harrell is a tremendous young coach and uniquely qualified to fill the role of outside receivers coach at Washington State. He has command of the offense from all aspects, is a great teacher and evaluator of talent, and will be a great addition to our staff.”
Harrell was a record-setting quarterback at Texas Tech University from 2004-08 for Leach, finishing his career with an NCAA-record 134 touchdown passes, the second-most career yards (15,793) in NCAA history and with the third-highest career passing average with 350.96 yards-per-game. The offense in Pullman has not been an issue but it can only help adding Harrell to the staff.