Mississippi State coach Mike Leach, being taken by ambulance to the hospital when a “personal health issue” occurred at home

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Mississippi State coach Mike Leach : After what the university has referred to as ‘a personal health situation at his home’ on Sunday, Mississippi State head coach Mike Leach is currently listed as being in a ‘serious’ condition in the hospital.More UPdates Blingsnews

The university did not disclose any other information regarding the 61-year-old Leach’s health, but Ross Dellenger of Sports Illustrated stated that he was in a “critical” state. The university did not disclose any additional information regarding the health of the Leach.

After the shocking medical catastrophe, Robbie Faulk of 247Sports asserted that Leach ‘needed a miracle’ to recover from his condition.

Around 125 miles away in Jackson, at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, Leach was transported by ambulance from his house in Starkville to the emergency room there.

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‘That is the extent of the information that MSU has available regarding Coach Leach’s condition, and the university will make no other comment at this time other than to say that the thoughts and prayers of the university are with Mike and Sharon and their family,’ the school said in a statement. Currently, the university will only say that Mike and Sharon and their family are in everyone’s prayers.

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During Leach’s absence, defensive coordinator Zach Arnett will step up to serve as interim head coach of the team.

No. 22 The ReliaQuest Bowl will take place on January 2 in Tampa, Florida, and will feature a matchup between Mississippi State (8-4) and Illinois (8-4).

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Leach is now in his third season with the Bulldogs, and the team has a record of 19-17 under his leadership. His overall record in 21 seasons as a head coach includes 158 wins and 107 losses split between Texas Tech (2000-09), Washington State (2012-19), and Mississippi State.

On Sunday night, college football fans expressed their feelings in a public outpouring, and a local sports presenter said that she was “still trying to wrap her brain around” the news.

Grace Ybarra made the following observation on Mike Leach in a tweet: “Mike Leach was in excellent spirits at a Christmas party with many of us in the media just last night.” [Tweet] Please keep praying for him while he recovers.

One supporter shared their thoughts on the topic by writing, “As a Tech Alum, I’ve witnessed plenty of Mike Leach comeback wins.” I hope that this is the biggest one he’s ever had, while another person said that Mike Leach is a national treasure. We are hoping for a miraculous recovery from his current health situation. College football absolutely cannot function without him on the sidelines.

Who is Mike Leach?

The head football coach at Mississippi State University is an American named Michael Charles Leach (born March 9, 1961). He is the architect of the NCAA’s record-breaking “Air Raid” offence and has won national coaching awards on two separate occasions. While coaching at Texas Tech University from 2000 to 2009, he amassed the most wins of any coach in school history; while leading Washington State University from 2012 to 2019, he achieved the third-most wins of any coach in school history.

During his time as offensive coordinator at Iowa Wesleyan, Valdosta State, and Kentucky in the 1990s, under Hal Mumme’s leadership, Leach helped design the spread offence concept known as the air raid offence. Leach’s offences, both with Mumme and later under his own leadership as head coach, have set a number of school and NCAA marks.

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