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    We had heard from parents and people outside the school that we were moving to Lafayette or in that area, ... But we like to think we're a vital part of the Opelousas community. We're not going anywhere.

    One of the first lessons he or she learns is that in baseball anything, absolutely anything, can happen. Just two days ago as I write this, something happened that had never happened in baseball before.

    Society cannot contribute anything to the breeding and growing of ingenious men. A creative genius cannot be trained. There are no schools for creativeness. A genius is precisely a man who defies all schools and rules, who deviates from the traditional roads of routine and opens up new paths through land inaccessible before. A genius is always a teacher, never a pupil he is always self-made.

    Don't be afraid to fail. Don't waste energy trying to cover up failure. Learn from your failures and go on to the next challenge. It's OK to fail. If you're not failing, you're not growing.

    We've noticed that with the 24-7 electronic-technological boom over the last several years, things have really accelerated. The pace of change, the learning curve on the job -- we're seeing some of that stress spill over and have a negative effect on employee attitudes.

    I believe that all the survivors are mad. One time or another their madness will explode. You cannot absorb that much madness and not be influenced by it. That is why the children of survivors are so tragic. I see them in school. They don't know how

    If we don't get the Reading fixture out of the way we faced the danger of having to stage another league match within the play-off schedule in October. It was getting too much to take on.

    The vision I had for the school is about to be completed. It's just too bad we didn't get to move to the Big East Conference at the outset. Going to Conference USA is the only reason I left (for Oklahoma, following the 1994 season). I wasn't interested in playing in that league.

    Now that I'm taking some time off from school, I've been reading a lot to make sure I don't forget everything. It's mostly classics and nonfiction accounts from actors, directors and writers from the '40s and '50s.

    It'll be the storefront of our hatchery. We want to make it appealing and inviting and educational. We want to create a learning environment within our hatchery.

    She's been a believer is me. I've gotten strength through her she's been a leader to me. She grew up in the South and went through some tough times. She never finished grammar school, but she's going to get her diploma soon.

    Everybody is horrified at what they can do, but the truth is the research quantities we're studying are quite modest. And if the building they're in got hit by a bomb or an airplane or a tornado or something like that.

    The defensive scheme we run is truly run only at two other schools. So the first thing we did was call New Mexico (University) and Brigham Young. New Mexico didn't have a candidate for us, but BYU said on the other hand 'we don't only have a guy, we have a guy who's outstanding and would be a good fit for you.' Right then we knew he'd be a finalist for the job.

    We've got six seniors playing a lot, so they should get the boards, they should take over in crucial times like that. University made a great run and they've got nothing to hang their head about.

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