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By From Sun staff reports | August 5, 2011
Leon Kinnard , who starred at Loyola High, has transferred to Towson from Connecticut and will join the Tigers in time for this football season, coach Rob Ambrose said in a news release Thursday night. Kinnard, who played quarterback at Loyola, was recruited to UConn by Ambrose when he was the Huskies' offensive coordinator. The 5-foot-10, 185-pound player appeared in five games at wide receiver for Connecticut last season. He completed one pass for 3 yards and gained 18 yards on four carries.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2013
When Randy Edsall was coaching Connecticut, he had the opportunity to schedule two games with Maryland. The school wasn't far from where he grew up in Glen Rock. Pa., and he believed playing the Terps could help the Huskies recruit in the talent-rich Baltimore-Washington, D.C., region. Edsall had no idea that, years later, he would be leading Maryland rather than Connecticut when the games were played. On Saturday, the Terps and Huskies will play the second and final game of the series.
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By Donnie Webb and Donnie Webb,Special to The Sun | September 12, 1991
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Players howled in delight as coach after coach stepped to the plate during a softball game between the staffs of Syracuse and Arizona at last year's Aloha Bowl in Honolulu.When linebackers coach Paul Pasqualoni of the Orangemen took his turn, the chorus of hecklers seemed to take on a particularly rabid tone. Bass voices boomed through the huge stadium in salute to the husky-throated Pasqualoni, known to his players as Coach Psycho because of his fanatical style of instruction on the practice field.
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August 5, 2011
Leon Kinnard is coming home, reuniting with former Loyola Blakefield teammate Doug Shaw on the Towson University football team for the upcoming 2011 campaign. The 2008 All-State performer is transferring from the University of Connecticut, where current TU Coach Rob Ambrose was an assistant during Kinnard's recruitment. The 5-10, 185 Kinnard appeared in five games at wide receiver for UConn last season. He completed one pass for 3 yards and ran for 18 yards on four carries.
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August 5, 2011
Leon Kinnard is coming home, reuniting with former Loyola Blakefield teammate Doug Shaw on the Towson University football team for the upcoming 2011 campaign. The 2008 All-State performer is transferring from the University of Connecticut, where current TU Coach Rob Ambrose was an assistant during Kinnard's recruitment. The 5-10, 185 Kinnard appeared in five games at wide receiver for UConn last season. He completed one pass for 3 yards and ran for 18 yards on four carries.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2013
When Randy Edsall was coaching Connecticut, he had the opportunity to schedule two games with Maryland. The school wasn't far from where he grew up in Glen Rock. Pa., and he believed playing the Terps could help the Huskies recruit in the talent-rich Baltimore-Washington, D.C., region. Edsall had no idea that, years later, he would be leading Maryland rather than Connecticut when the games were played. On Saturday, the Terps and Huskies will play the second and final game of the series.
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January 10, 1991
BASEBALL (NL)Cincinnati Reds -- Signed Jeff Reed (catcher) to a two-year contract and Luis Quinones (infielder) to a one-year contract. Agreed to terms with Freddie Benevides and Brian Lane (infielders), Milt Hill (pitcher), Glenn Sutko (catcher) and Chris Jones (outfielder) on one-year contracts.San Diego Padres -- Agreed to terms with Dennis Rasmussen (pitcher) on a one-year contract.FOOTBALL (NFL) * Los Angeles Rams -- Fired Fritz Shurmur (defensive coordinator), Fred Whittingham (linebacker coach)
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By Mike Preston | January 11, 1995
Syracuse wide receivers coach Dennis Goldman has been offered a similar position with Maryland for the 1995 season, the Syracuse Post Standard and Syracuse Herald-Journal newspapers reported yesterday.Maryland has an opening for an assistant after Vincent White took a job this week at Southern Methodist, but officials from both schools could not confirm the report about Goldman. The coaches involved, Mark Duffner of Maryland and Paul Pasqualoni of Syracuse, are attending the American Football Coaches Association convention in Dallas and were not available for comment.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | September 15, 2012
In the end, the Edsall Bowl proved emotional for the Maryland coach. But I don't think the circumstances -- Randy Edsall coaching for the first time against his former program -- had all that much impact on the outcome. Each team knew quite a bit about each other's coaches. That's about it. I think the game was decided by defenses, particularly UConn's. You just knew that Don Brown's blitzing and multiple substitutions were going to be difficult for the Terps and their young quarterback to handle, as they are for most teams.
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January 1, 1993
Teams: No. 6 Syracuse (9-2) vs. No. 10 Colorado (9-1-1)When: Today, 4:30 p.m.Where: Tempe, Ariz.TV: Channels 2, 4Radio: WBAL (1090 AM)Coaches: Syracuse, Paul Pasqualoni; Colorado, Bill McCartneySyracuse's key players: QB Marvin Graves (146 of 242 passes for 2,296 yards, 14 TDs) is second in the NCAA with a 149.2 rating. RB David Walker leads in rushing (855 yards on 168 carries, two TDs) and WR Qadry Ismail added 625 yards on 36 receptions. The offense is balanced, averaging 220.5 yards rushing and 213.0 passing.
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By From Sun staff reports | August 5, 2011
Leon Kinnard , who starred at Loyola High, has transferred to Towson from Connecticut and will join the Tigers in time for this football season, coach Rob Ambrose said in a news release Thursday night. Kinnard, who played quarterback at Loyola, was recruited to UConn by Ambrose when he was the Huskies' offensive coordinator. The 5-foot-10, 185-pound player appeared in five games at wide receiver for Connecticut last season. He completed one pass for 3 yards and gained 18 yards on four carries.
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By Donnie Webb and Donnie Webb,Special to The Sun | September 12, 1991
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Players howled in delight as coach after coach stepped to the plate during a softball game between the staffs of Syracuse and Arizona at last year's Aloha Bowl in Honolulu.When linebackers coach Paul Pasqualoni of the Orangemen took his turn, the chorus of hecklers seemed to take on a particularly rabid tone. Bass voices boomed through the huge stadium in salute to the husky-throated Pasqualoni, known to his players as Coach Psycho because of his fanatical style of instruction on the practice field.
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December 30, 2004
Moves Baseball REDS: Agreed to terms with IF Luis Lopez and C Bobby Estalella on minor league contracts. YANKEES: Signed free-agent P Jaret Wright, who had been with Braves, to three-year contract. Basketball BOBCATS: Activated C Jahidi White. Placed F Jamal Sampson on injured list. HORNETS: Suspended G-F Jim Jackson indefinitely for not reporting to team, two days after he was acquired from Houston in trade. Colleges DELAWARE: Named Reid Watson women's assistant lacrosse coach.
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January 10, 1991
Baseball Commissioner's Office -- Announced resignation of Donald Marr, chief financial officer.Cincinnati Reds -- Agreed to two-year contract with IF Luis Quinones (.241, 2, 17). Agreed to one-year contracts with C Jeff Reed (.251, 3 HRs, 16 RBI), P Milt Hill, C Glenn Sutko, IF Freddie Benevides, IF Brian Lane and OF Chris Jones.Detroit Tigers -- Named Marty Castillo coach with Class AAA Toledo.Montreal Expos -- Announced that free-agent P Dave Schmidt (3-3, 4.31 ERA, 13 saves) had decided not to sign with club and would not be eligible to do so until May 1.Pittsburgh Pirates -- Signed IF Curtis Wilkerson (.220, 0 HRs, 16 RBI for Chicago Cubs)
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