WSU players react to new head coach Rolovich: “He’s already a father figure to us”

PULLMAN, Wash. — Washington State welcomed their 33rd head football coach this afternoon at Martin Stadium. Nick Rolovich spent four seasons as head coach at the University of Hawaii, where he was 10-5 this season, and earned Mountain West Coach of the Year.

That doesn’t make it easy to say goodbye to their winningest head coach in school history Mike Leach. But the WSU players already notice a completely different personality in their new head coach.

Hear from runningback Max Borghi and linebacker Jahad Woods.