This Georgia-Tennessee gameweek will certainly be different for Vince and Barbara Dooley.
Their youngest son, Derek, and his new team, the Dallas Cowboys, are getting ready to play the Denver Broncos on Sunday.
Orange pants aren’t a requirement for the new Cowboys wide receivers coach, who ditched that sideline look when he was fired last November before the final game of his third season at Tennessee.
“I did what most coaches do,” Derek Dooley said by phone late last week. “They get rid of the old gear and put on the new gear, so I’m wearing the blue and the silver and the Dallas star. I’m enjoying anonymity. That’s probably the best thing about it. … I’m used to talking to 30 people a day for five days a week. Now I get one about every three months.”
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