Mike Leach

The college football world was hit with some shocking and greatly concerning news on Sunday afternoon when Mississippi State Bulldogs head coach Mike Leach was rushed to the hospital with a “personal health issue.” And recent reports have revealed that the beloved college football head coach is in facing very life-threatening health issues.

According to a report from Ross Reily of the Mississippi Clarion Ledger, Mike Leach suffered “a massive heart attack” on Sunday afternoon and is in “dire condition.”

“According to multiple sources, Leach, 61, collapsed at his home in Starkville, but did not receive medical attention for between 10 to 15 minutes. EMTs used a defibrillator machine and delivered multiple shocks to restore normal heart rhythm,” Reily wrote in the Mississippi Clarion Ledger. “It appears, according to sources, that Leach may have suffered seizures with the possibility of brain damage. Sources said the situation is dire.”

Mississippi State beat writer Robbie Fault had another concerning report on Leach’s situation.

“Mike Leach needs a miracle, folks. Continue to pray,” Faulk Tweeted on Sunday night.

Leach is currently at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi. The Mississippi Clarion Ledger reports two of Leach’s four children are already in the hospital by their father’s side with the other two on their way.

[Mississippi Clarion Ledger, Robbie Faulk]