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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Greg Byrne
The list of people named as supporters of proposals in a nine-page memo sent to the committee that will meet later this month in Chicago to consider updates to the Uniform Athlete Agents Act:
Arizona plans to hire former Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez to take over a program that has never played in the Rose Bowl, and has been mired in mediocrity for most of the past decade
Arizona has hired former Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez to take over a program that has never played in the Rose Bowl, and has been mired in mediocrity for most of the past decade.
Arizona coach Mike Stoops had been given some leeway for last season's collapse. He had, after all, led the Wildcats to three straight bowls for just the second time in school history.
Arizona coach Mike Stoops had been lauded for turning the program around, leading the Wildcats to three straight bowls after a decade of mediocrity.
Auburn quarterback Cam Newton says he "didn't do anything wrong" amid allegations that a man tried to secure payment from Mississippi State during the Heisman Trophy hopeful's recruitment.
"Although u never want someone to lose their job, this is a good step for the Pac-12 in restoring confidence in the bball officiating program," Arizona athletic director Greg Byrne wrote on Twitter following Rush's resignation.
Things then bottomed out with the loss in Corvallis on Saturday, leading Byrne to tell Stoops on Monday that he had been let go.