Documents detail talks between Texas Tech, Leach LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — Contentious negotiations on a new contract for Texas Tech coach Mike Leach have stalled largely on questions of what happens if he tries to leave the Red Raiders. Leach and his agents have taken issue with termination and buyout clauses and a provision that would trigger the coach’s firing and a $1.5 million penalty if he interviewed for another job without permission, according to documents released by the school Friday. “It’s pretty much out of my hands. I’m just focused on coaching football,” Leach told The Associated Press late Friday. In his current deal, which has two years remaining, Leach has no restrictions on interviewing elsewhere. Athletic director Gerald Myers wrote to one of Leach’s agents that approval for interviews “would not be withheld unreasonably, but we want you as his agent to stop shopping Coach Leach everywhere and him not saying anything to deny that he’s looking for another job.” The letter was among 92 pages of correspondence between school officials and Leach’s agents released to several media outlets through an open-records request. The letters and e-mails were obtained by The Associated Press.