PHOTOS: Mike Leach and his staff caught a large fish

By Tom Fornelli | College Football Writer

It's June, and that means college football coaches only have a few weeks left before they have to really start preparing for the 2014 season by locking themselves in film rooms, away from the sunlight and fresh air. So they need to get outside and have fun while they still can, and that's exactly what Mike Leach and the Washington State coaching staff did.

They went on a fishing trip along the Salmon River, and judging by these photos, it was a rather successful one.

Now, I'm not a game and wildlife expert, so I am not totally certain what kind of fish that is, but I do believe the scientific name for it is Bigassicus fishimus. That's Latin for "big ass fish."

Hat tip: Football Scoop

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