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By Mike Preston | December 27, 1998
The formation: Two tight ends, one-back set.The action: At the snap, outside receivers Johnnie Morton (87) and Herman Moore (84) run off their respective cornerbacks. On the back side, which is the left side, tight end David Sloan (86) and left tackle Ray Roberts double team, with Roberts sliding off to block the outside linebacker. Left guard Mike Compton blocks the back-side tackle and center Jim Pyne blocks the middle linebacker. Play-side guard Jeff Hartings reaches on the play-side defensive tackle while right tackle Tony Ramirez also blocks on the defensive end. Tight end Walter Rasby (89)
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | June 4, 2000
Keyshawn Johnson seems intent on proving that money doesn't buy happiness. Johnson, who wanted the New York Jets to tear up the last two years of his contract, got the deal of a lifetime when he was traded to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who gave him an eight-year contract worth more than $50 million with a $13 million signing bonus. Johnson, though, still sounds like a player who misses New York. It was the kind of stage he liked, near the bright lights of Broadway. There aren't any bright lights, much less tabloid newspapers, in Tampa Bay, and Johnson might already miss the attention.
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July 20, 1991
BaseballCincinnati Reds -- Activated C Jeff Reed and P Norm Charlton from the 15-day DL. Optioned C Glenn Sutko (1-for-10) to Class AAA Nashville. Waived P Don Carman (0-2, 5.25 ERA) for the purpose of giving him his unconditional release.Houston Astros -- Place P Mark Portugal (strained groin muscle) on the 15-day DL, retroactive to Thursday.Montreal Expos -- Purchased contract of former Baltimore Orioles P Dave Schmidt from Class AAA Indianapolis. Optioned P Steve Frey (0-1, 4.55 ERA) to Indianapolis.
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By Mike Preston | December 27, 1998
The formation: Two tight ends, one-back set.The action: At the snap, outside receivers Johnnie Morton (87) and Herman Moore (84) run off their respective cornerbacks. On the back side, which is the left side, tight end David Sloan (86) and left tackle Ray Roberts double team, with Roberts sliding off to block the outside linebacker. Left guard Mike Compton blocks the back-side tackle and center Jim Pyne blocks the middle linebacker. Play-side guard Jeff Hartings reaches on the play-side defensive tackle while right tackle Tony Ramirez also blocks on the defensive end. Tight end Walter Rasby (89)
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By MIKE LITTWIN | November 4, 1990
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- To answer your question, the University of Virginia football team is for real. Just not real enough.If you want to talk surreal, though, you've come to the right place.In the Augustlike heat of November, playing before students dressed in shirts and ties and shorts, trying to make history on a field that had been set afire -- though not exactly like Georgia -- in what must have been a midnight prank, Virginia lost a game, a No. 1 ranking, probably a conference championship, maybe a New Year's bowl and certainly an unlikely season full of wonder and awe.It was a weird and strange day, topped off by a weird and wonderful football game, which had some of everything, if you don't want to include defense.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 4, 1990
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- When a chunk of the AstroTurf field at Scott Stadium was burned early yesterday morning, it was thought to be no more than a prank by vandals. But as things turned out later in the day, it might have been an omen for the University of Virginia's top-ranked football team.Trailing by two touchdowns at halftime, and by one late in the third quarter, No. 16 Georgia Tech stormed back behind sophomore quarterback Shawn Jones to upset the previously unbeaten Cavaliers, 41-38, before a record crowd of 49,700 and a national television audience.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Correspondent | September 16, 1990
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Navy coach George Chaump said his team needed a superhuman effort to beat Virginia. But it may have taken Superman himself to contain Shawn Moore and the 11th-ranked Cavaliers.And perhaps even the Man of Steel would not have been enougfor Navy. Moore passed for four touchdowns and ran for two in just over a half of play, as Virginia smothered the visiting Midshipmen, 56-14, before 39,400 at Scott Stadium. The victory puts the Cavaliers (3-0 overall, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference)
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By Gene Wojciechowski and Gene Wojciechowski,Los Angeles Times | October 10, 1990
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Introducing the University of Virginia -- Thomas Jefferson's legacy to higher education, khaki pants khapital of America, home of the undefeated and second-ranked Cavaliers.At Virginia, if it moves, it's wearing khaki or, at the very least, it's wearing a monogrammed, button-down collar shirt, preferably something in light blue with medium starch.The Brooks Brothers look is the attire of choice here. Of course, the fellows at the local Sigma Nu house take it a bit further.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Correspondent | September 12, 1991
ANNAPOLIS -- Even though Virginia defeated Navy, 56-14, last season and enters this week's game as a 29-point favorite, Cavaliers coach George Welsh has come up with a ploy that he hopes will keep his team sharp Saturday."
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Correspondent | September 15, 1990
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- A new, high-flying offense produced Navy's best passing performance in three years last week in a win over Richmond. But coach George Chaump's air attack will get its first big test today, as the Midshipmen square off against 11th-ranked Virginia.In other games, Towson State (0-1) is at home tonight against Lehigh (1-0), and Morgan State (0-2) will play host this afternoon to state rival Bowie State (0-1).The Midshipmen (1-0) have won their past two games -- in 1985 and 1986 -- against Virginia (2-0)
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By Gerald Strine and Gerald Strine,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 26, 1997
Last weekend's results against the point spread were a testimonial to the fact that being lucky frequently beats being smart.Carolina was being blown out by Kansas City and the New York Jets were in the process of losing to Oakland when, midway through Sunday afternoon, the ball started taking some wonderfully crazy bounces my way.The Raiders, one-point underdogs, led 22-16 early in the fourth quarter and were about to increase that margin to 25-16 when...
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Correspondent | September 12, 1991
ANNAPOLIS -- Even though Virginia defeated Navy, 56-14, last season and enters this week's game as a 29-point favorite, Cavaliers coach George Welsh has come up with a ploy that he hopes will keep his team sharp Saturday."
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July 20, 1991
BaseballCincinnati Reds -- Activated C Jeff Reed and P Norm Charlton from the 15-day DL. Optioned C Glenn Sutko (1-for-10) to Class AAA Nashville. Waived P Don Carman (0-2, 5.25 ERA) for the purpose of giving him his unconditional release.Houston Astros -- Place P Mark Portugal (strained groin muscle) on the 15-day DL, retroactive to Thursday.Montreal Expos -- Purchased contract of former Baltimore Orioles P Dave Schmidt from Class AAA Indianapolis. Optioned P Steve Frey (0-1, 4.55 ERA) to Indianapolis.
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By MIKE LITTWIN | November 4, 1990
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- To answer your question, the University of Virginia football team is for real. Just not real enough.If you want to talk surreal, though, you've come to the right place.In the Augustlike heat of November, playing before students dressed in shirts and ties and shorts, trying to make history on a field that had been set afire -- though not exactly like Georgia -- in what must have been a midnight prank, Virginia lost a game, a No. 1 ranking, probably a conference championship, maybe a New Year's bowl and certainly an unlikely season full of wonder and awe.It was a weird and strange day, topped off by a weird and wonderful football game, which had some of everything, if you don't want to include defense.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 4, 1990
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- When a chunk of the AstroTurf field at Scott Stadium was burned early yesterday morning, it was thought to be no more than a prank by vandals. But as things turned out later in the day, it might have been an omen for the University of Virginia's top-ranked football team.Trailing by two touchdowns at halftime, and by one late in the third quarter, No. 16 Georgia Tech stormed back behind sophomore quarterback Shawn Jones to upset the previously unbeaten Cavaliers, 41-38, before a record crowd of 49,700 and a national television audience.
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By Gene Wojciechowski and Gene Wojciechowski,Los Angeles Times | October 10, 1990
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Introducing the University of Virginia -- Thomas Jefferson's legacy to higher education, khaki pants khapital of America, home of the undefeated and second-ranked Cavaliers.At Virginia, if it moves, it's wearing khaki or, at the very least, it's wearing a monogrammed, button-down collar shirt, preferably something in light blue with medium starch.The Brooks Brothers look is the attire of choice here. Of course, the fellows at the local Sigma Nu house take it a bit further.
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By Gerald Strine and Gerald Strine,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 26, 1997
Last weekend's results against the point spread were a testimonial to the fact that being lucky frequently beats being smart.Carolina was being blown out by Kansas City and the New York Jets were in the process of losing to Oakland when, midway through Sunday afternoon, the ball started taking some wonderfully crazy bounces my way.The Raiders, one-point underdogs, led 22-16 early in the fourth quarter and were about to increase that margin to 25-16 when...
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | June 4, 2000
Keyshawn Johnson seems intent on proving that money doesn't buy happiness. Johnson, who wanted the New York Jets to tear up the last two years of his contract, got the deal of a lifetime when he was traded to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who gave him an eight-year contract worth more than $50 million with a $13 million signing bonus. Johnson, though, still sounds like a player who misses New York. It was the kind of stage he liked, near the bright lights of Broadway. There aren't any bright lights, much less tabloid newspapers, in Tampa Bay, and Johnson might already miss the attention.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Correspondent | September 16, 1990
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Navy coach George Chaump said his team needed a superhuman effort to beat Virginia. But it may have taken Superman himself to contain Shawn Moore and the 11th-ranked Cavaliers.And perhaps even the Man of Steel would not have been enougfor Navy. Moore passed for four touchdowns and ran for two in just over a half of play, as Virginia smothered the visiting Midshipmen, 56-14, before 39,400 at Scott Stadium. The victory puts the Cavaliers (3-0 overall, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference)
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Correspondent | September 15, 1990
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- A new, high-flying offense produced Navy's best passing performance in three years last week in a win over Richmond. But coach George Chaump's air attack will get its first big test today, as the Midshipmen square off against 11th-ranked Virginia.In other games, Towson State (0-1) is at home tonight against Lehigh (1-0), and Morgan State (0-2) will play host this afternoon to state rival Bowie State (0-1).The Midshipmen (1-0) have won their past two games -- in 1985 and 1986 -- against Virginia (2-0)
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