Arizona State Sun Devils coach Todd Graham had some choice words for Washington State coach Mike Leach immediately after ASU's 37-32 loss to the Cougars on Saturday night.
On Monday, Leach accused ASU of stealing signals from opponents and even suggested the Devils have a "command center" for doing so. Graham and ASU athletic director Ray Anderson defended the program from those accusations, and Leach was fined $10,000 by the Pac-12 for those comments.
Graham apparently hasn't let Leach's words go, as he threw a couple expletives Leach's way at midfield after the game.
Todd Graham tells Mike Leach his comments about ASU sign-stealing are "chickenshit": pic.twitter.com/kC2KWsjIO3
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You can't blame Graham for being upset, as this was the second time Leach made comments about ASU's alleged signal stealing.
"The first half we stole a bunch of their signals and that helped us a bunch in the second half," Leach said tongue-in-cheek after Washington State beat ASU in Pullman last season.
In his post-game press conference, Graham said his comments toward Leach "are between me and him."
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For his part, Leach took a passive-aggressive approach to his post-game press conference.
Leach "respectfully decline to answer" any questionS about ASU so he doesn't get fined pic.twitter.com/HTUrNfKKd3
— Stefanie Loh (@StefanieLoh) October 23, 2016