Texas' DeLoss Dodds says 10 schools the 'perfect' number for Big 12, but admits courting Notre Dame Texas athletic director DeLoss Dodds knows the Big 12 can add expand. He just doesn't seem particularly eager to jump at the idea. Dodds, who has been at the helm of Texas athletics since 1981, told CBSSports.com's Dennis Dodd that the Big 12's current 10 ... 05/23/2012 - 12:19 pm | View Link
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"The Republican Party can keep telling you what they're against. But the good news is Democrats keep telling you what things we're for." __ President Barack Obama, campaigning for Maryland's Lieutenant Governor Anthony Brown.
SLATE HILL – Nate Lake gained his toughness, in part, out of necessity. When you have four older, over-sized football players as brothers, you better get tough in a hurry."It definitely was tough,’’ Lake said. "I got roughed up a lot as a kid. I think it helped us out a lot.
Almost one year after undergoing a liver transplant that saved his life, Edward A. Diana, former Orange County executive, looks good. Very good. "I’m back up to 148 pounds," he says, proudly. "Right around 150 is my healthy weight. I’ve weighed more and weighed less, but 150 is right