Who are potential offensive coordinator candidates at Alabama? – AL.com

  1. Who are potential offensive coordinator candidates at Alabama?  AL.com
  2. Dan Enos the latest Alabama assistant to leave Nick Saban  MLive.com
  3. Clemson WR Hunter Renfrow clears up shot at Alabama  247Sports
  4. National Championship Domination: 1st Quarter Film Review  Shakin The Southland
  5. A RATIONAL CASE FOR OTHER CLAIMS TO THIS YEAR’S NATIONAL TITLE  EDSBS
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Possible candidates to replace Matt LaFleur as Titans offensive coordinator – Music City Miracles

Possible candidates to replace Matt LaFleur as Titans offensive coordinator  Music City Miracles

Well… here we go again! The Titans are in the market for a new offensive coordinator once again after Matt LaFleur was named head coach of the Green Bay …

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In Campaign Sprint, Trump Focus On Immigration Not A Winner For All GOP Candidates

  1. In Campaign Sprint, Trump Focus On Immigration Not A Winner For All GOP Candidates  NPR
  2. President Trump may have met his match when it comes to US citizenship: The 14th Amendment  USA TODAY
  3. Can Donald Trump end birthright citizenship with an executive order? Probably not  PolitiFact
  4. Exclusive: Trump targeting birthright citizenship with executive order – Axios  Axios
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Taylor Swift Endorses Democratic Candidates In Tennessee

  1. Taylor Swift Endorses Democratic Candidates In Tennessee  NPR
  2. Taylor Swift Gets Political and More: Your Monday Pop Culture Cheat Sheet  New York Times
  3. ‘Speak Now’ – Taylor Swift sets off storm by getting political  Reuters
  4. Senate races: GOP up in Texas, Tennessee; Dems up in Arizona, New Jersey — CBS News poll  CBS News
  5. ‘A betrayal beyond words’: The far right melts down over Taylor Swift’s endorsement of Democrats  Washington Post
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New algorithm efficiently finds antibiotic candidates

Researchers describe a new means of searching vast repositories of compounds produced by microbes. By analyzing the mass spectra of the compounds, they were able to identify known compounds within the repository and eliminate them from further analysis, focusing instead on the unknown variants that might potentially be better or more efficient antibiotics, anticancer drugs or other pharmaceuticals.
Source: Science Daily