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SPORTS
December 2, 2010 | Bill Plaschke
As you know, this game is about a coach. Two teams, 79 meetings' worth of memories, but it's really only about one coach. When USC and UCLA take the field Saturday, you know one coach will be carrying all the weight, feeling all the heat, hogging all the cliff. You know one coach needs to win this game to salvage a season, a reputation and perhaps a career. You know that if this one coach loses, even though it seems as if he just arrived, next season could conceivably be his last.
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NEWS
October 11, 2005 | Hugo Martin
WITH hunting season in full swing, hunters who haul deer and elk carcasses into California from other Western states could face six months in jail and fines up to $1,000. Game wardens, intent on preventing the spread of fatal chronic wasting disease, have been warning hunters since 2002 that it is against the law to bring the animals back into the state.
NEWS
January 31, 1993
Even though rain and thunderstorms are expected to continue this morning, forecasters are predicting cool, cloudy weather with a 30% to 40% chance of rain by the time the Super Bowl kicks off today. "It might be a good idea to bring an umbrella," said metrologist Steve Burback of WeatherData. Afternoon temperatures should be in the low- to mid-60s. The chance of showers should decrease by evening.
SPORTS
December 24, 1998 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
Coach Craig Hartsburg desperately wanted to give backup goalie Dominic Roussel a start over the last few weeks, but he also hoped to play him in a meaningful game. There was one big problem for Hartsburg until Roussel shut out the Colorado Avalanche, 1-0, Tuesday at Denver. "Guy [Hebert] has been so good we've never been able to give Dom a chance to play [recently]," Hartsburg said. "I wanted to give him a big game to play in and [Tuesday] was a big game for us."
SPORTS
March 2, 2007 | Sam Farmer, Times Staff Writer
In an effort to discourage unauthorized companies from using the Super Bowl to peddle their products, the NFL is seeking to trademark the phrase "the Big Game." But a college football rivalry that began in 1902 might have something to say about that. Stanford and California, whose annual showdown is known as "Big Game," have taken initial steps to oppose the trademark through Collegiate Licensing Co., and have obtained a three-month extension to mull their next move.
NEWS
October 31, 1985
This one, at 2:30 p.m. Friday, doesn't look like a big game, if you compare the teams' records. Hamilton is 0-6 overall and 0-2 in the Crosstown League, and Palisades is 3-3, 2-0. But this is an old rivalry, and Palisades has a new coach in Jack Epstein, who was the old coach at Hamilton, now directed by Dave Lertzman. Hamilton may look like a soft touch, but, except for a 42-6 rout by unbeaten Fairfax, the Yankees have been in every game, including last week's 13-12 loss to Manual Arts.
SPORTS
November 22, 1999 | From Associated Press
It was nervous time for the Chicago Bears. It was overtime and Chris Boniol was lining up to try a 36-yard field goal. A week earlier, he missed a 41-yard attempt in overtime that would have given the Bears a victory over Minnesota. But not this time. Boniol's kick 4:58 into the overtime was good and the Bears beat the free-falling San Diego Chargers, 23-20, Sunday.
TRAVEL
July 17, 1988 | JUDITH MORGAN, Morgan, of La Jolla, is a magazine and newspaper writer.
It was a long day's journey into day when I flew from San Diego to Fairbanks. It was, in fact, the longest day of the year. From a California dawn I headed north and west to the midnight sun of Alaska. It was that giddy time in June when baseball games--played without lights--get under way at 10:30 p.m. and picnics and barbecues follow. As I waited for my suitcase I scanned Fairbanks' airport.
SPORTS
April 10, 2003 | Tim Brown
Shaquille O'Neal got his basketball back and his ceremony this week, but in the throes of Sacramento's Ball-gate he'd promised, "This is something I won't forget, and I'll see you soon." The Lakers would be happy to have O'Neal motivated for tonight's game with the Sacramento Kings, as they are in sixth place in the Western Conference, but even in the loss column with the Minnesota Timberwolves and one loss behind the Portland Trail Blazers. Besides, it's the Kings, which often times is enough.
SPORTS
December 25, 2003 | Paul McLeod, Times Staff Writer
In an era of specialization, Stesha Selsky was an all-around bundle of energy as she led the Los Angeles Marymount girls' volleyball team to its fourth consecutive state title last month. The 5-foot-10 senior set the ball when the rotation took her into the back row, hit it when she played in the front row and, defensively, was all over the court. She was selected the most outstanding player of the Division IV state final.
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