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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Kent Baer
David Fales stared into the teeth of the nation's seventh-ranked defense and felt nothing but a Zen-like calm.
Two seasons ago, the notion of San Jose State playing in a bowl game was ludicrous. Four games into the year, a bowl destination for Bowling Green seemed a winter fantasy.
Turning a downtrodden college football program around has many rewards, including bowl appearances, but it also places a target on those who helped shape the upswing.
"The last five years have been unbelievable," he said.
On a conference call with reporters, Baer initially said there was a 90 percent chance this would be his last game at San Jose State, in the wake of reports that the Spartans had hired University of San Diego coach Ron Caragher and that Baer would join MacIntyre's staff at Colorado.