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Topic - Michael Clay
The Pac-12 underwent some major changes during the offseason, adding four new coaches and an influx of fast-paced offenses.
English-speaking Roman Catholics who have attended Mass regularly for years found themselves in an unfamiliar position Sunday, needing printed cards or sheets of paper to follow along with a ritual many have known since childhood.
Michael Clay said seven people were injured, none seriously, in that eastern Dallas suburb.
"I've had a new missal in my hands for about three weeks now, and I've been literally practicing the prayers," Clay said. "I've been doing this now for 31 years, and a lot of these prayers I actually know by memory. I have to make sure my brain isn't getting ahead of my mouth."