Mike Leach says it’s ‘absurd’ and ‘selfish’ for players to opt out of bowl games | Bart & Hahn

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Mike Leach says it’s ‘absurd’ and ‘selfish’ for players to opt out of bowl games | Bart & Hahn

Bart Scott and Alan Hahn discuss Mississippi State head coach Mike Leach saying it is “absurd” and “selfish” for players to opt out of college football bowl games.


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