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Topic - Ryan Collins
Det. Alex Collins was speeding down a mountain road, closing in on ex-cop-turned-killer Christopher Dorner and his phone was buzzing.
When Mississippi State hired John Cohen to lead its baseball program in 2008, the new coach's hard-edged personality was a huge change from laid-back predecessor Ron Polk.
Four former NFL players, including Hall of Fame defensive end Carl Eller, sued the NFL on Monday in hope of joining current players in their antitrust fight against the league and halting the lockout.
"We had no delusions," Sgt. Ryan Collins said. "It was not going to end well for whatever deputy it was who found him."
Collins said that resiliency is a sign that Cohen's approach is finally taking hold.