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Three Points Wasn't Much to Kick About

October 10, 1992

Now I know why the Bruins wear powder blue jerseys. With less than two minutes to play, losing 23-zip, Terry (Teresa?) Donahue elects to kick a field goal from the one-yard line to preserve his alma mater's consecutive scoring streak.

Great coaches go out with guns blazing, not petticoats blowing in the Tucson wind.

Is preserving a "stat" what Californians can expect from their highest-paid public employee?

KEVIN S. AVERY, Tarzana

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