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Eldorado QB Gentry commits to Texas

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Eldorado High quarterback Zach Gentry has committed to play football at the University of Texas, the Journal has learned.

The 6-foot-7 Gentry, who is just completing his junior season, had offers from Alabama and Tennessee, among others. And Louisville also had been recruiting him before its coach, Charlie Strong, left to take the Texas job.

Check back here later and in Tuesday’s Journal for more coverage.

 

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FILE--In this  Oct. 12, 2006 file photo, Detroit's skyline is shown. The historic restructuring of Detroit through bankruptcy is taking a crucial step by putting its plan before the people most affected: roughly 30,000 retirees and city employees. Monday, May 12, 2014 was the deadline for ballots to have been sent to those who qualify for pensions, and should be arriving by mid-week. Detroit is proposing to cut pensions by 4.5 percent and eliminate cost-of-living payments. Retired police officers and firefighters have a better deal that trims only the cost-of-living payments. (AP Photo)
Critical pension deal put before Detroit employees

Ballots have been sent to roughly 30,000 retirees, city workers who qualify for pensions

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