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John Keith (left) and his father Harold Keith on the OU campus in the late 1960's.
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The Most Talented Man I Ever Knew

Dad always told me I need to cut back on the language.

Not bad language, just words.

A master of making a point in as few words as possible, my Dad, John Keith, died last week, aged 78.

His kidneys and heart had been worsening, though when he was in his heyday as sports information director/hospitality room host at Oklahoma, New Mexico and Texas A&M he always said it would be his liver.

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UTEP and Central Florida, In The Iris

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Remember Texas vs. The Nation?

"...If Hansmire thought this game could play in Texas cities east of here -- heck, if he thought it could ever out-grow El Paso -- all he has to do is look at those Alamodome snapshots..."

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Mt. SAC QB Nick Lamaison probably has 'next', as he is the most likely to replace UTEP's four-year starter, Trevor Vittatoe.
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Price and UTEP Recruit “Now” Players

"But make no mistake, Price both wants and needs to win now. The pressure is there -- in Price's case, most of it internal. But if he is honest with himself, it isn't just a desire to compete and win, it's a race against the clock -- both his own at age 64, and the one attached to a doomsday device called Apathy."

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Miners Axe Owls, 66-43

By Duke Keith, dkeith@klaq.com

The picture continues to clear for the UTEP Miners.

After suffering their first set-back in Conference USA play in that 100-97 triple-overtime thriller at UAB, the Miners have spelled it out for the rest of the conference. Regular season and post-season, the road to any post-season dancing is running through the defending C-USA champs again in 2011.

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