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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | December 31, 1995
MIAMI -- Notre Dame's 6-foot, 227-pound fullback is built like a wrecking ball. His upper body is as broad as a Mack truck, wide enough to shoulder a lot of responsibility. And when he walks, he seems to be building steam, as he exudes the kind of power that could carry him through anything in his path.Tomorrow, when the Fighting Irish take on the Florida State Seminoles in the Orange Bowl, junior Marc Edwards will need all the power and fortitude he can come by."He's the whole key to their offense," said Florida State safety Sean Hamlet.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | December 31, 1995
MIAMI -- Notre Dame's 6-foot, 227-pound fullback is built like a wrecking ball. His upper body is as broad as a Mack truck, wide enough to shoulder a lot of responsibility. And when he walks, he seems to be building steam, as he exudes the kind of power that could carry him through anything in his path.Tomorrow, when the Fighting Irish take on the Florida State Seminoles in the Orange Bowl, junior Marc Edwards will need all the power and fortitude he can come by."He's the whole key to their offense," said Florida State safety Sean Hamlet.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Writer | September 10, 1994
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- He is a college football legend-in-making, from the uniform he puts on to the statistics he put up in his first game to the reams of material being put out about him across the country.It seems that the only one not making a big deal about Notre Dame quarterback Ron Powlus is Ron Powlus."There's nothing I can do about all the attention and all the hype," Powlus said earlier this week. "The only thing I can do is go out and play."It has been that way for much of the past four years, three record-breaking seasons at Berwick (Pa.)
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Writer | September 10, 1994
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- He is a college football legend-in-making, from the uniform he puts on to the statistics he put up in his first game to the reams of material being put out about him across the country.It seems that the only one not making a big deal about Notre Dame quarterback Ron Powlus is Ron Powlus."There's nothing I can do about all the attention and all the hype," Powlus said earlier this week. "The only thing I can do is go out and play."It has been that way for much of the past four years, three record-breaking seasons at Berwick (Pa.)
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June 3, 1995
Gus Ornstein, a quarterback who spent last season at Notre Dame, said yesterday that Maryland remains among the colleges he is interested in transferring to.Ornstein, who received his release from Notre Dame last month, has made official recruiting visits to Michigan State and LSU. Besides Maryland, he is also talking to Alabama, Kansas State, Louisville, Kentucky, Ohio State and San Diego State. Ornstein said that of the nine schools, Maryland is the only one which has yet to offer him a scholarship.
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By Knight-Ridder News Service | February 4, 1993
Place-kicker Scott Bentley of Aurora (Colo.) Overland switched from Notre Dame to Florida State in the final weekend of college football recruiting.Florida State has lost two straight games to Miami because kickers missed field-goal tries in the final seconds.Quarterback Thad Busby, linebacker Daryl Bush, receiver Andre Cooper and defensive end Julian Pittman also are going to Florida State.Quarterback Ron Powlus of Berwick, Pa., signed with Notre Dame.Though Florida State had the best overall group, Notre Dame recruited the top offensive class and Michigan had the finest defenders.
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September 1, 2001
College Dartmouth: Announced retirement of AD Dick Jaeger, effective June 2002. North Carolina: Announced that S Marcus Jones will receive medical hardship because of pain in his knee and DL Antavis Barrino will not enroll this semester because of mononucleosis. St. Joseph's, Pa.: Named Rob Herzog and Rob McCracken men's assistant lacrosse coaches. Washington College: Named Michael Kent and Josh Rudder men's lacrosse assistant coaches. Football Bears: Waived G-C Brad Williams, WR Fred Coleman and T Stan Bennett.
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August 5, 1999
BaseballBraves: Named Paul Faulk and Julian Perez scouting supervisors.Brewers: Recalled C Charlie Greene from Triple-A Louisville. Assigned IF Eddie Zosky outright to Louisville.Red Sox: Assigned C Creighton Gubanich outright to Triple-A Pawtucket. Traded IF Jose Olmeda to Indians for P Mike Matthews. Assigned Matthews to Double-A Trenton.BasketballCincinnati (IBL): Hall of Famer Oscar Robertson purchased ownership interest and will serve as chairman of team's advisory board and honorary chairman of team's community outreach program.
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October 8, 1994
No. 8 NOTRE DAME (4-1) at BOSTON COLLEGE (1-2)TV: Chs. 13, 7, noonLine: Notre Dame by 10Outlook: Irish coach Lou Holtz this week said, "We have never taken an attitude of revenge." The Irish have to remember last year, when David Gordon's 41-yard field goal as time expired gave the Eagles a 41-39 victory and spoiled Notre Dame's hope for an undefeated season and national title. The Eagles get back starting QB Mark Hartsell (31 of 54 for 356 yards and 3 TDs), but Boston College will be pressed to duplicate last year's magical finish.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Staff Writer | November 11, 1993
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- He is The Other Quarterback in college football's biggest game this season. But Notre Dame's Kevin McDougal is used to being an afterthought, accustomed to playing in the shadow of others.After backing up Rick Mirer the past three years, it appeared McDougal was heading for the bench again this season. Fighting Irish coach Lou Holtz told the senior from Pompano Beach, Fla., that freshman Ron Powlus was going to start.McDougal had something to tell Holtz. Something about leading the Irish to the national championship.
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February 6, 1999
BaseballDevil Rays: Agreed to terms with P Eddie Gaillard and former Orioles minor-leaguer 3B Scott McClain.Diamondbacks: Invited following to spring training as nonroster players: P Nick Bierbrodt, P Rich Batchelor, P Dan Carlson, P Frank Castillo, P Fernando Hernandez, P John Patterson, P Brad Penney, P Matt Ruebel, P Neil Weber, C Rod Barahas, C Marcus Hanel, C Ramsey Koeyers, C Izzy Molina, IF Desi Wilson, former Orioles OF Pete Incaviglia and OF...
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December 17, 1998
BaseballIndians: Agreed to two-year contract with P Jerry Spradlin.Red Sox: Claimed P Steve Connelly off waivers from Athletics. Named Gary Jones manager, Richard Bombard pitching coach and Gene Tenace hitting coach of Triple-A Pawtucket; DeMarlo Hale manager, Mike Griffin pitching coach and Steve Braun hitting coach of Double-A Trenton; Butch Hobson manager, Dave Tomlin pitching coach and Bill Madlock hitting coach of Single-A Sarasota; Bill Gardner Jr....
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