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’Dogs on a mission Saturday

“I’m sure once Friday and Saturday gets here, it will happen,” Dooley admitted when asked if there will be any nervous ‘flutters’ regarding his liftoff into the head coaching ranks. “But every day here so far has been an adventure and I’ve really been more concerned with making sure that we’re well prepared.
“When it comes to game time, however, I am sure I’ll start worrying a llittle more. Right now, though, my main worry is not letting our team down.”
Dooley has return to the college profession after a two-year stay as tight ends’ coach of the NFL’s Miami Dolphins.

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Tech, Reneau continue strong run

In other similar situations, local universities have spent months searching for what they hoped was a decent candidate. Some were successful in that search; others were not.
But Reneau once again pulled a proverbial rabbit out of the hat by convincing recently retired Ruston Police Chief Randal Hermes that he really didn’t want to be retired after all. In doing so, Reneau now has two veteran law enforcement officials on campus in Quinnelly and Hermes.

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Tuesdays with Beavers

Firstly, I realized years bring not only more wrinkles and birthday candles, but knowledge and experience as well.
Growing up, I feared getting old. Every birthday brought along new excuses to look for wrinkles in my face or little prayers beseeching eternal youth. These affairs were just the ridiculous concerns of a thirteen-year-old who had read too many beauty magazines. I got over my fears of looking older, but I still dreaded feeling older.

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Officials: Gonzales resigned

Homeland Security chief Michael Chertoff was among those mentioned as possible successors. However, a senior administration official said the matter had not been raised with Chertoff. Bush leaves Washington next Monday for Australia, and Gonzales’ replacement might not be named by then, the official said.
“Better late than never,” said Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards, summing up the response of many in Washington to Gonzales’ resignation.
Gonzales served more than two years as the nation’s first Hispanic attorney general.

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