Washington State head football coach Mike Leach joined Jeff Thurn on Friday's edition of Overtime.

Leach became Washington State's head coach in 2011. Previously, he was a head coach at Texas Tech for 10 seasons. Hear his full interview with Thurn right here:

What needs to change in 2015 in the Washington State football program? 

"Well we did a lot of good things. We're a team of freshman and sophomores. I think we have to get older and we have some redshirts I think are going to have an impact that about the middle season, were better than some of the starters. But they had already redshirted, halfway through redshirts. We didn't pull them off, so I think we will be better from that standpoint. Offensively, we were one of the most explosives offenses in the country. We were a team that could play anybody into the fourth quarter and at some point then ran out of gas on some teams. I think we will be deeper and we have nearly everybody back. We have everybody back. There's three guys on defense and four guys on offense, other than that, everybody's back."

Thurn is on ESPN 99.1 everyday from 3 to 6 p.m, and you can follow him on Twitter @jtespn991.

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