Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsAdrian Peterson
IN THE NEWS

Adrian Peterson

SPORTS
September 8, 2013 | By Chris Foster
Nick Pasquale, a walk-on receiver at UCLA, died early Sunday morning after being hit by a vehicle in San Clemente, according to an Orange County coroner's report. Pasquale, 20, was in his second season with the UCLA team. He was a graduate of San Clemente High. “The driver called in the accident and waited at the scene,” said Lt. Gary Strachan, a spokesman for the Orange County Sheriff's department. “No one was arrested.” Strachan said that deputies were investigating the accident.
Advertisement
SPORTS
September 15, 2005 | Ben Bolch, Times Staff Writer
The way Maurice Drew sees it, the challenge he faces Saturday does not involve measuring himself against All-American tailback Adrian Peterson but rather against the vaunted Oklahoma defense. "They haven't allowed three touchdowns in a game yet," said Drew, the UCLA tailback who scored three touchdowns against San Diego State and two against Rice. "It's going to be a great challenge to go out there and try to put up points against them."
SPORTS
August 6, 2010
A panel of experts rank the best NFL running backs of all time: STEVE YOUNG , ESPN analyst and Hall of Fame quarterback: 1. Barry Sanders: He was the most unbelievable guy ever. I just couldn't fathom the things that he did. He was the only guy I knew that, instead of going back and talking to the coaches when we were off the field, I would tell the coach, "Hold on, I've got to go watch Barry run. " 2. Emmitt Smith: He was a pure workhorse. You hand him the ball, and he always fell forward.
SPORTS
September 13, 2005 | Lonnie White, Times Staff Writer
UCLA will face its toughest challenge of the young season Saturday at the Rose Bowl -- running back Adrian Peterson and 21st-ranked Oklahoma Sooners. Although Sooner Coach Bob Stoops' team has struggled and is off to a 1-1 start, Peterson, at 6 feet 2 and 218 pounds, remains a Heisman Trophy candidate. In last week's 31-15 victory over Tulsa, Peterson ran for 180 of his 220 yards in the second half, when the Sooners chose not to pass.
SPORTS
October 19, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Oklahoma running back Adrian Peterson, in his first public comments since breaking his collarbone in the Sooners' victory over Iowa State last Saturday, plans to play at least one more game for Oklahoma. "I'm praying each night for a speedy recovery," said Peterson, who is hoping to play in a bowl game with the Sooners. "I love to play the game. I would enjoy going out there and playing with the guys."
SPORTS
April 25, 2013 | By Eric Sondheimer
Santa Anita Derby winner Goldencents was put through his final workout on Thursday morning at Santa Anita in preparation for a start in the Kentucky Derby on May 4. Goldencents was clocked in 1 minute 16.20 seconds for the breeze under exercise rider Jonny Garcia, with trainer Doug O'Neill and jockey Kevin Krigger watching from the Arcadia track's grandstand. "I thought he went great," O'Neill said. "My biggest focus was to have him finish up stronger than he started off, and he did just that.
SPORTS
May 28, 2013 | By Sam Farmer
The NFL took another step Tuesday toward becoming a round-the-calendar league, announcing that its 2014 draft will take place at New York's Radio City Music Hall on May 8-10, two weeks later than it is typically scheduled. Although the league said the change was made because of a scheduling conflict at the famed theater, the NFL has also looked for ways to spread out events over the course of the off-season. The league said no decision has been made regarding the dates or location of the 2015 draft, and that other venues in New York -- and other U.S. cities -- will be considered.
Los Angeles Times Articles
|