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Who is Damon Dunn? Have you ever heard of him? At the Pacific Club in Newport Beach, he could be described as unassuming. In a room full of doctors, lawyers, retired millionaires and former professional football players, Dunn didn't really seem to stick...
The San Francisco 49ers are bringing back former owner Eddie DeBartolo. Current team President and CEO Jed York says he will ask DeBartolo for advice on how to turn the team around. The former owner will be consultant in the search for a new general...
The Fabulous ForumRonnie Lott, a former USC All-American and pro football hall of famer, already has a college football postseason award named in his honor: the Lott Trophy. On Saturday, a football stadium will officially bear his name. As part of its......
The Fabulous ForumSOCCER/FOOTBALL LEGEND: Johan Cruyff sat out the 1978 FIFA World Cup as a political protest. STATUS: I'm Going With False. There is a long history of countries using international athletic competitions as political tools. Just during a four year stretch.....
Jack Tatum, the storied Oakland Raiders safety best known for landing the hit that paralyzed New England receiver Darryl Stingley, has died. He was 61. Tatum, among the most feared and respected NFL players of his era, died of a heart attack Tuesday...
Arthur Hemingway, a 1978 USC football recruit who was paralyzed after a speeding car struck him but who persevered and earned his college degree 18 years later, has died. He was 48. Hemingway was found dead Thursday at his Oceanside home, USC spokesman...
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Eric Scoggins Former USC linebacker Eric Scoggins, 49, an outside linebacker who helped USC beat Alabama in the teams' big 1978 matchup, died of Lou Gehrig's disease Saturday in Tracy, Calif., USC announced Tuesday. Scoggins played three games for...
Times Staff WritersThe lingering controversy over Reggie Bush and alleged improper benefits has spilled onto the sideline of today's Rose Bowl game between No. 3 Michigan and No. 8 USC. The former tailback said USC asked that he "not show up on the sidelines," according to...
Tribune staff reporterTwo bags of intravenous fluid may have been a little far to go, but if Mike Brown was trying to outdo himself in the Bears' season opener Sunday, he may actually have pulled it off. After firmly establishing himself last season as grand wizard of the...
South Florida Sun-SentinelOddsmakers think the Tennessee Titans have a better chance of making it to Super Bowl XXXV than the Dolphins. In odds released over the weekend by Las Vegas Sports Consultants, the Titans are listed at 15-to-1 to return to the Super Bowl next season. The...
Tribune staff writerThe Bears hailed the 49ers as the best and flailed them like all the rest Sunday. By a score of 26-10, they staked their latest legitimate claim to the top of the National Football League. ``It`s only for a week, but we`re pretty good right now,`` said...
Tags: Basketball, Bill Walsh, Soldier Field, Death, Bud Grant
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