Charlie Baggett has coached, among others, Randy Moss and Chris Carter, two of the best WR's to every step foot on the gridiron. It takes more than simply a WR coach to lose a football game, Chet. Oh, and by the way, before Hunter was lost to a torn acl, UT had the best WR duo in its history this year. You clearly do not know what you are talking about, once again. It is actually beyond laughable that you would prefer Tee Martin over Charlie Baggett as the WR coach.
Lr103: It's "r-e-j-e-c-t-s", not "regets".
OK, read this very carefully. When gun shows come to town, regular people have the opportunity to purchase a table in the gun show and sell whatever guns/supplies/accessories he or she has. IF the person selling the gun IS A LICENSED GUN DEALER, then they must conduct a background check on anyone who wants to buy one of their firearms. IF the person selling the gun is NOT a licensed dealer, then he or she is NOT required to conduct any type of background check when selling the gun.
And to Don2Much, Matthews was in a medically-induced coma, meaning the doctors intentionally put him in the coma. He had been in the coma for several days, not just one.
The only people who are required to do background checks are the licensed gun dealers. Any Joe can pay the fee to have a table at a gun show, and if he is not a licensed dealer, there is no background check required. Not saying that's right, just saying that's how it is.