Remember that whole Arizona State signal-stealing controversy a year ago? Washington State coach Mike Leach certainly does.For about three weeks last season, ASU coach Todd Graham came under fire amid accusations of stealing signs. Its a legal practice, and several Pac-12 coaches actually came to Grahams defense, either praising the practice or saying its on each coach to protect his signals.Leach, however, said the Pac-12 should launch an investigation. A year later, its still a legal practice, and there was no investigation. But as Leachs Cougars (4-2, 3-0) prepare to travel to Arizona State (5-2, 2-2) on Saturday, Leach continues to go after the ASU coaching staff.I think they still steal signs, and well have to keep an eye on that, Leach said during his Monday meeting with the media. That is a very unsavory practice they have, so well have to do what we can to defend against it.When the accusations were flung last season -- remember Oregon protecting signals with giant white sheets? -- Graham defended the practice, saying: Do we steal signals? Yeah, we do. Do people steal our signals? Yeah, they do. Its our responsibility to make sure our signals are safe.Last years controversy was prompted when Utah players first made the accusations against Arizona State, followed by similar intimations from Oregon coaches. Its worth noting this is the first time this season that ASU has been accused of stealing signs.Leach took it to a new level on Monday, though, saying he has heard rumors of microphones and cameras.They have a whole command center, he said.For what its worth, Leach & Co. got the better of the Sun Devils last season, winning 38-24. And he even did a bit of trolling after the game. Asked what the difference was in the second half, when the Cougars outscored the Sun Devils 28-10, Leach said: The first half we stole a bunch of their signals and that helped us a bunch in the second half.Leach did not stop at taking issue with Arizona State. He also took a shot at UCLA and its apparent shouting over Washington State quarterback Luke Falks calls at the line during the Cougars 27-21 win Saturday night.They yelled our cadence the whole game, but how I addressed it will remain between me and who I addressed it with, Leach said, as quoted on Twitter by 710 ESPN Seattle.WSU wide receiver Gabe Marks was also sharply critical of UCLA for warming up on the Cougars side of the Martin Stadium field before Saturdays game.They kind of come off as bad guys when they do things like that, Marks said. I dont know if they do that to everybody, but its just kind of, like, its kind of douchey. Is that OK to say? 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A Michael Jennings try with 78 seconds remaining has given NSW captain Paul Gallen victory in his final State of Origin match, the Blues winning game three 18-14 at ANZ Stadium.The Blues dominated much of Wednesday nights contest before 61,267 fans but a Darius Boyd try with five minutes to go from a Cooper Cronk bomb - that Josh Mansour failed to catch after slipping - looked to have given Queensland the win.But Jennings crashed over after a long run from James Tedesco following a Blake Ferguson break had given the Blues field possession the tackle before.The win prevented a cleansweep by the Maroons in lock Corey Parkers final game, with Queensland winning the series 2-1.That feels great, Gallen told the Nine Network.The effort was there during the series but we lacked execution. Thankfully for us, we did it tonight.Jennings said the Blues were delighted to send Gallen out a winner.It was a pleasure to send Gal out like that, he said.We can look forward to next year with some positivity now.It was spiteful game in which Cooper Cronk and Andrew Fifita were sin-binned.Greg Inglis crossed for the opening try in just the fifth minute after dropped balls from Robbie Farah and Ferguson put the Blues under early pressure.But for much of the first half thereafter, the Blues were dominant but failed to take advantage.The home side enjoyed a 9-1 penalty count in their favour and 32 tackles in thhe opposition 20 to six.dddddddddddd Cronks deserved sin-binning in the 31st minute for taking out Wade Graham as he chased through a James Maloney kick gave the Blues a one-man advantage they could not capitalise on.The Blues only try in the opening stanza came through Tyson Frizell when the St George Illawarra star crashed over from short range after a long ball from James Maloney and an offload from Gallen opened up the Maroons defence.The game opened up after the break.A Fifita try put the Blues further ahead in the 41st minute before Gavin Cooper grabbed one back for the Maroons in the 52nd minute. Fifita was binned for reacting after Cooper threw the ball at Moylan after the try.Boyds try then looked to have grabbed another last-gasp win for Queensland but the Blues dug deep to send Gallen out a winner.Gallen converted Jennings try after the bell.Matt Moylan started in the halves, after much deliberation as to who would be the Blues No.6, alongside James Maloney.Jack Bird played much of the second half in the centres after Josh Dugan went off with a jaw injury.Frizell, Josh Jackson and Maloney were among the Blues best, while Wade Graham and James Tedesco impressed on debut.Cameron Smith led the way again for Queensland and was named man of the series. 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