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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | September 28, 1999
Joe Hamilton is staring the Heisman Trophy right in the eyes and trying to enjoy the chase as much as possible."I know the media is going to talk about it," said the Georgia Tech senior quarterback, whose next test will come against 3-0 Maryland on Thursday night. "I just have to know when I can and when I can't talk about it. I don't want to let my teammates hear me talking about it. I don't want them to think it's a priority. It can backfire on you."It is unusual in these days of canned Heisman media blitzes to hear a top candidate talk openly about college football's most celebrated award.
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By Camille Powell and Camille Powell,The Washington Post | October 3, 2009
Air Force (3-1) at Navy (2-2) Time: : 3:30 p.m. TV: : CBS College Sports Radio: : 1090 AM, 1430 AM Line: : Navy by 2 1/2 Series: : Air Force leads 25-16 Last meeting: : Navy won, 33-27, on Oct. 4, 2008 When Navy has the ball: : Senior Curtis Bass, who's in his first season playing center for the Midshipmen, faces a big challenge in Air Force NG Ben Garland. Garland has a broken left hand, but he's still one of the Falcons' leaders with 3 1/2 tackles for loss. Navy junior QB Ricky Dobbs rushed for 143 yards and threw for 100 yards in a 38-22 win over Western Kentucky last Saturday, and Air Force coach Troy Calhoun compared him to former college stars Alex Smith (Utah)
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By Phil Jackman | December 4, 1991
Eighth-ranked junior-middleweight Vincent Pettway will be looking to run his record to 33-4 tonight, when he takes on Frank Montgomery of Philadelphia in the featured 10-rounder of a Baltimore Professional Bouts card at the Pikesville Armory.Meeting in a pair of co-feature eight-rounders of the 10-fight show, which begins at 8 o'clock, are Les Johnson and Ray Ruiz, middleweights, and Percy Harris and Fabian Garcia, super-middleweights.Other matchups include Butch Kelly vs. Lou Benson (six rounds)
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | October 20, 2001
The year 2001 has been a very good one for Ralph Henry. He has regained the weight he was forced to shed as a plebe in order to pass the physical running test for the Naval Academy football team. He is again enjoying one of his favorite pastimes, eating. And because defensive end Michael Wagoner was suspended from the team as a disciplinary measure during the first three games, Henry received a legitimate shot to earn a starting position. He succeeded. The graduate of Eastern Tech has beefed up to 258 pounds again and is starting at right defensive end for the winless Midshipmen, who have flashed notable improvement at stopping the opposition in the past three games.
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September 12, 1999
PassingMike Moschetti, Colorado 25-for-32, 465 yards, 2 TDsAlso ran for a score and broke school passing record in 63-35 thrashing of San Jose State.David Neill, Nevada 35-for-52, 429 yards, 3 TDsAlmost upset Colorado State.Patrick Ramsey, Tulane 32-for-49, 404 yards, 3 TDsSchool record for yards came in 53-19 rout of SMU.Josh Heupel, Oklahoma 31-for-40, 341 yards, 5 TDsSet school mark for completions and TD passes in 49-0 clobbering of Indiana State.Joe Hamilton, Georgia Tech 22-for-25, 387 yards, 4 TDsHe completed last 14 passes in 41-35 loss to No. 1 Florida State.
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By Camille Powell and Camille Powell,The Washington Post | October 3, 2009
Air Force (3-1) at Navy (2-2) Time: : 3:30 p.m. TV: : CBS College Sports Radio: : 1090 AM, 1430 AM Line: : Navy by 2 1/2 Series: : Air Force leads 25-16 Last meeting: : Navy won, 33-27, on Oct. 4, 2008 When Navy has the ball: : Senior Curtis Bass, who's in his first season playing center for the Midshipmen, faces a big challenge in Air Force NG Ben Garland. Garland has a broken left hand, but he's still one of the Falcons' leaders with 3 1/2 tackles for loss. Navy junior QB Ricky Dobbs rushed for 143 yards and threw for 100 yards in a 38-22 win over Western Kentucky last Saturday, and Air Force coach Troy Calhoun compared him to former college stars Alex Smith (Utah)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | October 1, 1999
ATLANTA -- The heavy underdog Maryland football team threw everything it had at No. 9 Georgia Tech last night. Little-known junior wide receiver Doug Patterson threw a 29-yard option pass to Jermaine Arrington. Tailback LaMont Jordan tossed a 68-yard touchdown pass to Arrington. And there were other flashes of razzle-dazzle and big plays by the upset-minded Terps in front of a national ESPN television audience. But Maryland had no answers for Heisman Trophy candidate Joe Hamilton and his flashy teammate, wide receiver Dez White.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | September 30, 1999
COLLEGE PARK -- Senior cornerback Renard Cox said the 3-0 Maryland football team is "getting a little love" these days from the students on campus in response to a 33-0 romp over rival West Virginia 12 days ago."We're helping them out by winning," said Cox, who has played a major role in the early success with 18 tackles, three passes broken up and one interception.However, the Terps aren't receiving a whole lot of love from the collegiate football experts around the nation.Maryland is a 20-point underdog to No. 9 Georgia Tech (2-1)
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By Alan Goldstein | October 3, 1991
Baltimore welterweight Eddie Van Kirk's mauling style was hardly as pretty as his fringed boxing trunks, but it proved effective in dominating Anthony Ross of Alexandria, Va., in the eight-round main event at LaFontaine Bleu in Glen Burnie last night.A crowd of 450 saw Van Kirk (23-7-1) use a swarming attack to repeatedly pin Ross against the ropes and pelt his body with short, chopping blows.Every round was much the same the same, with Ross serving alittle more than a punching bag.Fighting for the first time since he lost to Vincent Pettway last March, Van Kirk, 27, had Ross (6-9)
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By Alan Goldstein | August 23, 1991
The main event at La Fontaine Bleu in Glen Burnie last night had a sudden and surprising ending when Atlantic City super-middleweight Edwin Newby quit in his corner after the fourth round of his scheduled eight-rounder with Percy Harris of Baltimore.Newby, who had done his best fighting earlier in the fourth round when he landed several hard hooks, said he injured his right hand in the third round after hitting Harris high on the head. The hand showed considerable swelling after the fight.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | October 17, 1999
COLLEGE PARK -- LaMont Jordan was dazed.Calvin McCall had a little trouble believing 30 points wasn't enough to beat Clemson.Peter Timmins was physically and emotionally drained after chasing record-breaking Tigers quarterback Woodrow Dantzler around Byrd Stadium all day.Ron Vanderlinden had seen enough of Clemson's no-huddle offense to last him a lifetime.And the entire Maryland team was wondering if there just might be something to this Clemson hex after the Tigers found a way to win again yesterday, 42-30, in an important Atlantic Coast Conference game.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | October 1, 1999
ATLANTA -- The heavy underdog Maryland football team threw everything it had at No. 9 Georgia Tech last night. Little-known junior wide receiver Doug Patterson threw a 29-yard option pass to Jermaine Arrington. Tailback LaMont Jordan tossed a 68-yard touchdown pass to Arrington. And there were other flashes of razzle-dazzle and big plays by the upset-minded Terps in front of a national ESPN television audience. But Maryland had no answers for Heisman Trophy candidate Joe Hamilton and his flashy teammate, wide receiver Dez White.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | September 30, 1999
COLLEGE PARK -- Senior cornerback Renard Cox said the 3-0 Maryland football team is "getting a little love" these days from the students on campus in response to a 33-0 romp over rival West Virginia 12 days ago."We're helping them out by winning," said Cox, who has played a major role in the early success with 18 tackles, three passes broken up and one interception.However, the Terps aren't receiving a whole lot of love from the collegiate football experts around the nation.Maryland is a 20-point underdog to No. 9 Georgia Tech (2-1)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | September 28, 1999
Joe Hamilton is staring the Heisman Trophy right in the eyes and trying to enjoy the chase as much as possible."I know the media is going to talk about it," said the Georgia Tech senior quarterback, whose next test will come against 3-0 Maryland on Thursday night. "I just have to know when I can and when I can't talk about it. I don't want to let my teammates hear me talking about it. I don't want them to think it's a priority. It can backfire on you."It is unusual in these days of canned Heisman media blitzes to hear a top candidate talk openly about college football's most celebrated award.
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September 12, 1999
PassingMike Moschetti, Colorado 25-for-32, 465 yards, 2 TDsAlso ran for a score and broke school passing record in 63-35 thrashing of San Jose State.David Neill, Nevada 35-for-52, 429 yards, 3 TDsAlmost upset Colorado State.Patrick Ramsey, Tulane 32-for-49, 404 yards, 3 TDsSchool record for yards came in 53-19 rout of SMU.Josh Heupel, Oklahoma 31-for-40, 341 yards, 5 TDsSet school mark for completions and TD passes in 49-0 clobbering of Indiana State.Joe Hamilton, Georgia Tech 22-for-25, 387 yards, 4 TDsHe completed last 14 passes in 41-35 loss to No. 1 Florida State.
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By Phil Jackman | December 4, 1991
Eighth-ranked junior-middleweight Vincent Pettway will be looking to run his record to 33-4 tonight, when he takes on Frank Montgomery of Philadelphia in the featured 10-rounder of a Baltimore Professional Bouts card at the Pikesville Armory.Meeting in a pair of co-feature eight-rounders of the 10-fight show, which begins at 8 o'clock, are Les Johnson and Ray Ruiz, middleweights, and Percy Harris and Fabian Garcia, super-middleweights.Other matchups include Butch Kelly vs. Lou Benson (six rounds)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | October 17, 1999
COLLEGE PARK -- LaMont Jordan was dazed.Calvin McCall had a little trouble believing 30 points wasn't enough to beat Clemson.Peter Timmins was physically and emotionally drained after chasing record-breaking Tigers quarterback Woodrow Dantzler around Byrd Stadium all day.Ron Vanderlinden had seen enough of Clemson's no-huddle offense to last him a lifetime.And the entire Maryland team was wondering if there just might be something to this Clemson hex after the Tigers found a way to win again yesterday, 42-30, in an important Atlantic Coast Conference game.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | October 20, 2001
The year 2001 has been a very good one for Ralph Henry. He has regained the weight he was forced to shed as a plebe in order to pass the physical running test for the Naval Academy football team. He is again enjoying one of his favorite pastimes, eating. And because defensive end Michael Wagoner was suspended from the team as a disciplinary measure during the first three games, Henry received a legitimate shot to earn a starting position. He succeeded. The graduate of Eastern Tech has beefed up to 258 pounds again and is starting at right defensive end for the winless Midshipmen, who have flashed notable improvement at stopping the opposition in the past three games.
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By Alan Goldstein | October 3, 1991
Baltimore welterweight Eddie Van Kirk's mauling style was hardly as pretty as his fringed boxing trunks, but it proved effective in dominating Anthony Ross of Alexandria, Va., in the eight-round main event at LaFontaine Bleu in Glen Burnie last night.A crowd of 450 saw Van Kirk (23-7-1) use a swarming attack to repeatedly pin Ross against the ropes and pelt his body with short, chopping blows.Every round was much the same the same, with Ross serving alittle more than a punching bag.Fighting for the first time since he lost to Vincent Pettway last March, Van Kirk, 27, had Ross (6-9)
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By Alan Goldstein | August 23, 1991
The main event at La Fontaine Bleu in Glen Burnie last night had a sudden and surprising ending when Atlantic City super-middleweight Edwin Newby quit in his corner after the fourth round of his scheduled eight-rounder with Percy Harris of Baltimore.Newby, who had done his best fighting earlier in the fourth round when he landed several hard hooks, said he injured his right hand in the third round after hitting Harris high on the head. The hand showed considerable swelling after the fight.
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