Are you a Washington State football fan? Do you like Mike Leach? Do you like bobbleheads? If you answered ‘yes' to all three of these questions, then you're going to want to circle Oct. 13 on your calendar. If you don't own a calendar, you're probably going to want to go buy one just so you can circle Oct. 13. Why?
It's Mike Leach Bobblehead Day at Martin Stadium.
Cougar fans have been in a football-induced frenzy since Nov. 30, 2011, the day Leach was hired. The school sold 750 tickets that day, netting over $200,000 for the University.
With only 10,000 Leach bobbleheads available and over 32,000 seats in the stadium, fans will probably want to get to the game early to secure their Leach bobblehead. How early? Five days would probably be a safe bet.
To get the Leach bobblehead, you'll need a ticket to the game. Single-game tickets for Washington State go on sale to the general public Aug. 4. Washington State plays Cal in the bobblehead game and after Oct. 13, Golden Bear fans may not want to ever seen another bobblehead again.