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Grant: A fantastic job at SMU is a 10-win season. Horn: And they could have a 10-win season. Bass: They could do that in that conference. Like I just mentioned, how they got Courtland Sutton, I'll never know. That's such a big check mark in the Chad Morris column to me. The fact that you got that kind of caliber player and another bigger school sees that and goes wow we can get this type of player with this guy and he's recruiting in the area. Sherrington: Well he also recruited DeShaun Watson. Horn: DeShaun Watson, comes from a program, Clemson, that is not a bad program to be coming from. Sherrington: He would've been better off to come from there. Horn: You think so? Grant: I do think so. Bass: I'm just pumped Seth Littrell isn't on anyone's radar yet as he has my North Texas Mean Green up above .500. read more: https://sportsday.dallasnews.com/college-sports/collegesports/2017/10/04/will-chad-morris-coach-texas-am-next-season-sure
Sometimes — more often than he'd like, and even though he knows it's not healthy, that it won't change anything — Sean Bass thinks of all the different routes he could've taken to the store. It was a warm Friday night in late September. Sean had just mowed the lawn. His girlfriend, Heather, was at his house in Garland, cuddling his dog Clementine and waiting on the first pitch of the Rangers-Mariners game. First, though, the Yankees were playing the A's. Oakland made a pitching change, and the whole thing was taking forever. A commercial came on. Debra and Alan VanHoozer lost their daughter, Heather, in the drunken driving accident Sean Bass survived. "Let's go," Sean told Heather. Sometimes he thinks about that, too. They could've just sat through the damn commercials. They left Sean's place and headed to Tom Thumb for groceries. They hopped into his silver Nissan Altima, and he picked one of the three routes at random: a left on Kingsley Road, a right on First Street and another right down West Centerville Road, three busy lanes on each side, bordered with gas stations, strip malls, used-car lots. They'd be back in no time. Read more: http://www.dallasobserver.com/2013-01-31/news/sean-bass-and-the-ticket-s-sobering-take-on-drunken-driving/