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  1. Baylor is expected to hire former North Carolina head coach Larry Fedora as its next offensive coordinator, sources told Yahoo Sports’ Pete Thamel. Fedora spent the 2019 season as an analyst at Texas after a seven-year stint as the head coach at UNC. Fedora had a 45-43 record in Chapel Hill, including 11 wins and a division title in 2015. However, he was fired after the 2018 campaign as the Tar Heels went just 5-18 over Fedora’s last two seasons with the program. Fedora also had a four-year run as the head coach at Southern Miss, going 34-19 from 2008 to 2011 before landing the UNC job. https://sports.yahoo.com/sources-baylor-expected-to-hire-former-north-carolina-head-coach-larry-fedora-as-offensive-coordinator-150700794.html?src=rss
  2. How did you get in there? Are all the practices open?
  3. From the Daily Mail... An unhappy visit to the Australian Open came to an end for current British No 2 Cam Norrie when he was forced to make a late withdrawal from the men's doubles. Having lost a desperately tight singles first round to Pierre Hugues Herbert he was due to play doubles with Marton Fucsovics only for the Hungarian to withdraw with a very much precautionary injury, because he is in the third round of the singles. The beneficiary, ironically, was Dan Evans, who with his partner John-Patrick Smith was slotted in as an alternate to play fellow Brit Joe Salisbury and American Rajeev Ram, the 11th seeds. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/tennis/article-7919577/SIX-THINGS-MISSED-AUSTRALIAN-OPEN-DAY-FOUR.html
  4. It's also hard not to make generalizations. 😁
  5. While I believe complacency plays a huge part in the mess we have now w.r.t. our politics and leadership, I believe even more strongly that cynicism erodes it even more egregiously.
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