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Mike Leach Wants Arizona State Investigated After 2 Pac-12 Schools Levy Signal Stealing Accusations

There are no rules explicitly banning signal stealing in college football but the practice is looked down upon, and after multiple accusations against Arizona State, Washington State head coach Mike Leach wants an investigation:

“I mean, you've got two straight schools with concerns over it, back-to-back, and they have a reputation for it that extends beyond that,'” Leach said. “The conference probably ought to investigate them and see what they’re doing, make sure nothing is illegal.”

Earlier in the week, Oregon offensive coordinator Scott Frost said that he had never seen a team so diligently attempt to steal signal as Arizona State.

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Utah's Kyle Whittingham also expressed concerned after his team's game against the Sun Devils. ASU head coach Todd Graham has responded to the allegations, saying that his team hasn't done anything beyond what is done by other teams.

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With three different programs now speaking out against the Sun Devils, expect this to be a story for the rest of the Pac-12 season.

[Dr. Saturday]