College football coaching peers send love Mike Leach amid health concerns [Updated]

Mike Leach is in critical condition after a health scare Sunday and football coaches across the country are sending their well wishes.

On Sunday afternoon, Mississippi State head football coach Mike Leach was rushed to Jackson Hospital after experiencing a medical emergency at his home. It was revealed on Monday report before Clarion Ledger that Leach suffered a massive heart attack and may also have been having seizures that resulted in brain damage.

He is still in hospital in critical condition, according to a statement issued by the university on Monday morning to update the situation.

In the wake of news of the Leach’s health horror and the current battle in the hospital, there was an incredible display of admiration and affection shown for the one known as The Pirate and the connoisseur of Halloween candy for the ages. But it was also an amazing show of love from the world of college football coaching.

Showered Mike Leach with love, well-wishes from his college football coaching mates

From Prime Coach Deion Sanders to Nick Saban to Dana Holgorsen to the man in his former position at Texas Tech, Joey McGuire, college football coaches across the country have shown an incredible outpouring of love and well wishes along with a request to pray for Mike Leach.

Perhaps nothing is more evident during this scary and bleak time than how much Leach is loved by the fans, the media, former players and obviously his peers as well. He’s had an indelible impact on college football throughout his career and it shows in the reaction to this news.

We will continue to update you on Leach and his condition as the situation continues to evolve while continuing to wish the Mississippi State coach and his family the very best at this difficult time in hopes of his recovery.

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