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By Sun staff writer Ken Murray | August 29, 1997
Ten free agents who'll pay big dividends:49ers RB Garrison Hearst (Bengals): Finally, a running game for Steve Young.Panthers LB Micheal Barrow (Oilers): Makes tough defense even saltier.Raiders QB Jeff George (Falcons): Finally, the Raiders can go deep.Cowboys WR Anthony Miller (Broncos): The deep threat Troy Aikman needs.Eagles C Steve Everitt (Ravens): Anchor in middle of the line.Raiders S Eric Turner (Ravens): Perfect fit for a big hitter.49ers G Kevin Gogan (Raiders): See Garrison Hearst.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | October 21, 2003
Some games resonate louder than others, sometimes because of the matchup and sometimes because of what we learn from them. In Week 7, for example, we saw what happens when the Carolina Panthers can't run the ball, and what happens when the San Francisco 49ers can. We learned the Minnesota Vikings aren't to be trifled with, and that the New England Patriots should never be counted out. It's not yet midseason, but it's later than many teams think....
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By Joseph Tybor and Joseph Tybor,Chicago Tribune | January 6, 1993
DETROIT -- Jerome Bettis walked through memorie yesterday where his dream of playing in the National Football League began.The big fullback, wearing his Notre Dame jacket, slogged through the mud of the football field at Henry Ford High School in Detroit, stared at the rickety benches and walked over and touched the peeling paint from the goal posts."
SPORTS
January 21, 1999
BaseballDevil Rays: Signed P Bobby Witt, P Steve Ontiveros, P Marc Valdes, P Steve Cooke and former Orioles P Norm Charlton to minor-league contracts.Mariners: Designated OF Tarrik Brock for assignment.Rockies: Signed P Jason Brester, P Roberto Ramirez, P Mark Brownson, P David Lee, P Chandler Martin, P Scott Randall, P Jim Stoops, IF Chris Sexton and IF Juan Sosa to one-year contracts.River City (Independent): Named Jack Clark manager, Greg Mathews pitching coach and Dick Schofield first base, infield and base-running coach.
SPORTS
December 12, 1992
Overview of 58th annual presentationWhen: Today, 3:30 p.m.Where: Downtown Athletic Club, New YorkTV: NBC, 3:30 p.m. (or after conclusion of Buffalo-Denver NFL game, also on NBC)Hosts: Jim Lampley, O. J. SimpsonVoters: 918 total, including 870 media members (145 in each of six geographic sections) and 48 former Heisman winnersLast year's winner: Michigan flanker Desmond Howard, by the second-largest margin in history, over quarterback Casey Weldon of Florida StateLeading candidatesGino Torretta, Sr., QB, Miami: Most valuable player for the No. 1-ranked team in the country.
SPORTS
May 24, 1996
BaseballBlue Jays: Signed OF Felix Jose; assigned him to Triple-A Syracuse. Syracuse signed OF Brian Kowitz (Boys' Latin).Dodgers: Optioned IF Mike Busch to Triple-A Albuquerque. Recalled IF Juan Castillo from Albuquerque.Padres: Signed P Steven Hoff.Red Sox: Designated OF Alex Cole for assignment. Recalled OF Jose Malave from Triple-A Pawtucket.Yankees: Activated IF Mariano Duncan from 15-day DL. Optioned IF Robert Eenhoorn to Triple-A Columbus.CollegeFlorida State: Dismissed WR Randy Moss from football team for failing drug test, which violated his probation.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Staff Writer | October 26, 1992
SAN DIEGO -- It was Mark Moody, not Marshall Faulk, who struck a familiar pose here Saturday night. In fact, he did it twice in the fourth quarter of Air Force's 20-17 victory over San Diego State at Jack Murphy Stadium. Not that Moody has a chance to win college football's most famous trophy. That didn't deter Moody from mugging it up after helping stop Heisman Trophy front-runner Marshall Faulk on a crucial fourth-and-one with less than two minutes left in the game."It just got into my mind," said Moody, a 6-foot-3, 236-pound junior linebacker from San Antonio.
SPORTS
January 21, 1999
BaseballDevil Rays: Signed P Bobby Witt, P Steve Ontiveros, P Marc Valdes, P Steve Cooke and former Orioles P Norm Charlton to minor-league contracts.Mariners: Designated OF Tarrik Brock for assignment.Rockies: Signed P Jason Brester, P Roberto Ramirez, P Mark Brownson, P David Lee, P Chandler Martin, P Scott Randall, P Jim Stoops, IF Chris Sexton and IF Juan Sosa to one-year contracts.River City (Independent): Named Jack Clark manager, Greg Mathews pitching coach and Dick Schofield first base, infield and base-running coach.
SPORTS
January 9, 1999
NFCSan Francisco (13-4) at Atlanta (14-2)Time: 12: 35 p.m.TV: Chs. 45, 5.Radio: WBAL (1090 AM).Line: Falcons by 3 1/2.Vs. spread: 49ers 6-10; Falcons 11-4.Vs. common opponents: 49ers 10-1; Falcons 10-1.Last week: 49ers beat Packers, 30-27, in wild-card game. Falcons had first-round bye.Series: 49ers lead, 40-23-1.Last meeting: Falcons won, 31-19, on Nov. 15 in Atlanta.Postseason records: 49ers 24-14; Falcons 2-5.Outlook: Both teams are explosive, with four of the two teams' wide receivers ranked among the top seven in conference receiving yards, but this game will be won on the ground.
SPORTS
December 10, 1992
Gino Torretta, the most successful quarterback in Miam history, was named to the 1992 Associated Press All-America team today along with repeaters Marshall Faulk of San Diego State and Marvin Jones of Florida State.Torretta is 26-1 as a starter, holds almost every career passing record at Miami and is one victory away from leading the Hurricanes to their second straight national championship.He threw for 3,060 yards this season, completed 57 percent and had 19 touchdown passes with only seven interceptions.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | January 17, 1999
Interviewed twice in the past 12 months for coaching openings in the NFL, Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak could be introduced as Colorado University's coach as early as tomorrow, the Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News reported yesterday.He would replace Rick Neuheisel, who was hired a week ago by the University of Washington.Kubiak was a candidate for the Dallas Cowboys' vacancy last February, and earlier this month interviewed with Cleveland Browns president Carmen Policy about the coaching job with that expansion team.
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January 9, 1999
NFCSan Francisco (13-4) at Atlanta (14-2)Time: 12: 35 p.m.TV: Chs. 45, 5.Radio: WBAL (1090 AM).Line: Falcons by 3 1/2.Vs. spread: 49ers 6-10; Falcons 11-4.Vs. common opponents: 49ers 10-1; Falcons 10-1.Last week: 49ers beat Packers, 30-27, in wild-card game. Falcons had first-round bye.Series: 49ers lead, 40-23-1.Last meeting: Falcons won, 31-19, on Nov. 15 in Atlanta.Postseason records: 49ers 24-14; Falcons 2-5.Outlook: Both teams are explosive, with four of the two teams' wide receivers ranked among the top seven in conference receiving yards, but this game will be won on the ground.
SPORTS
By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | January 11, 1998
When the Green Bay Packers were shredded for 467 yards and 41 points in a Week 12 loss to the then-winless Indianapolis Colts, they reached a critical point in the season."
NEWS
By Sun staff writer Ken Murray | August 29, 1997
Ten free agents who'll pay big dividends:49ers RB Garrison Hearst (Bengals): Finally, a running game for Steve Young.Panthers LB Micheal Barrow (Oilers): Makes tough defense even saltier.Raiders QB Jeff George (Falcons): Finally, the Raiders can go deep.Cowboys WR Anthony Miller (Broncos): The deep threat Troy Aikman needs.Eagles C Steve Everitt (Ravens): Anchor in middle of the line.Raiders S Eric Turner (Ravens): Perfect fit for a big hitter.49ers G Kevin Gogan (Raiders): See Garrison Hearst.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | November 2, 1996
Ravens cornerbacks Antonio Langham and Donny Brady, who have not enjoyed many Sundays this fall, are aware that they could experience headaches again tomorrow when the Bengals come to town.With the firepower that Cincinnati quarterback Jeff Blake brings, along with receivers Carl Pickens and Darnay Scott, the Bengals make any defensive backfield take note."Blake has done wonders in the league ever since he got the starting job [in 1994]," Langham said. "He can throw the deep ball, and he's got the receivers who can go and get it. You've got to give him respect."
SPORTS
May 24, 1996
BaseballBlue Jays: Signed OF Felix Jose; assigned him to Triple-A Syracuse. Syracuse signed OF Brian Kowitz (Boys' Latin).Dodgers: Optioned IF Mike Busch to Triple-A Albuquerque. Recalled IF Juan Castillo from Albuquerque.Padres: Signed P Steven Hoff.Red Sox: Designated OF Alex Cole for assignment. Recalled OF Jose Malave from Triple-A Pawtucket.Yankees: Activated IF Mariano Duncan from 15-day DL. Optioned IF Robert Eenhoorn to Triple-A Columbus.CollegeFlorida State: Dismissed WR Randy Moss from football team for failing drug test, which violated his probation.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | November 2, 1996
Ravens cornerbacks Antonio Langham and Donny Brady, who have not enjoyed many Sundays this fall, are aware that they could experience headaches again tomorrow when the Bengals come to town.With the firepower that Cincinnati quarterback Jeff Blake brings, along with receivers Carl Pickens and Darnay Scott, the Bengals make any defensive backfield take note."Blake has done wonders in the league ever since he got the starting job [in 1994]," Langham said. "He can throw the deep ball, and he's got the receivers who can go and get it. You've got to give him respect."
SPORTS
By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | January 17, 1999
Interviewed twice in the past 12 months for coaching openings in the NFL, Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak could be introduced as Colorado University's coach as early as tomorrow, the Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News reported yesterday.He would replace Rick Neuheisel, who was hired a week ago by the University of Washington.Kubiak was a candidate for the Dallas Cowboys' vacancy last February, and earlier this month interviewed with Cleveland Browns president Carmen Policy about the coaching job with that expansion team.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,SUN STAFF | December 18, 1995
PHILADELPHIA -- Before the start of the season, new Philadelphia Eagles coach Ray Rhodes told his wife, Carmen, that he expected his team to finish 12-4."
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By Joseph Tybor and Joseph Tybor,Chicago Tribune | January 6, 1993
DETROIT -- Jerome Bettis walked through memorie yesterday where his dream of playing in the National Football League began.The big fullback, wearing his Notre Dame jacket, slogged through the mud of the football field at Henry Ford High School in Detroit, stared at the rickety benches and walked over and touched the peeling paint from the goal posts."
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