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August 17, 1988 | STEVE SPRINGER
The Raiders on Tuesday cut guard Brad Budde and punter Ralph Giacomarro, and obtained veteran punter Jeff Gossett from the Houston Oilers in a trade for past considerations. Budde, 30, spent eight years with the Kansas City Chiefs after a career at USC that included the Lombardi Award in 1979, an honor given annually to the top collegiate lineman. The Raiders had signed Budde last spring as a free agent, but he had been sidelined the last few weeks with a sprained ankle.
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August 17, 1988 | STEVE SPRINGER
The Raiders on Tuesday cut guard Brad Budde and punter Ralph Giacomarro, and obtained veteran punter Jeff Gossett from the Houston Oilers in a trade for past considerations. Budde, 30, spent eight years with the Kansas City Chiefs after a career at USC that included the Lombardi Award in 1979, an honor given annually to the top collegiate lineman. The Raiders had signed Budde last spring as a free agent, but he had been sidelined the last few weeks with a sprained ankle.
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July 28, 1988 | MARK HEISLER, Times Staff Writer
Maybe he was too good. At USC, where they'd long admired offensive linemen, Brad Budde seemed to have upgraded the position. He was prematurely mature, the one everyone looked up to, already married to his high school sweetheart, a man with a plan and a future spread out before him like a treasure map. Twelve of his teammates became No.
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July 28, 1988 | MARK HEISLER, Times Staff Writer
Maybe he was too good. At USC, where they'd long admired offensive linemen, Brad Budde seemed to have upgraded the position. He was prematurely mature, the one everyone looked up to, already married to his high school sweetheart, a man with a plan and a future spread out before him like a treasure map. Twelve of his teammates became No.
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December 13, 1986 | SAM McMANIS, Times Staff Writer
This, a skeptical Brad Budde was quickly assured, was not going to be another of those stories about how he has followed in his famous father's cleat marks to become an offensive lineman for the Kansas City Chiefs. Honest, Brad, there will hardly be a mention of this being the only time in pro football history that a father and son were drafted in the first round by the same team--decades apart, of course.
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August 20, 1996 | EARL GUSTKEY
Barring injury between now and Sunday, when USC opens against Penn State, Travis Claridge will become the first freshman offensive lineman to start an opener for the Trojans since 1979. Claridge, 6 feet 6 and 290 pounds, beat out sophomore David Pratchard at right guard. The last true freshman offensive lineman to start an opener was Brad Budde. Claridge, 18, is from Vancouver, Wash. * Junior wide receiver Larry Parker, slowed for two weeks by a hamstring pull, won't play against Penn State.
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October 29, 2000 | Times Wire Services
Twenty new members have been selected to the fifth class of USC's Athletic Hall of Fame. Alphabetically, they are Hal Bedsole, Bob Boyd, Brad Budde, Don Buford, Sam Cunningham, Jack Davis, Craig Fertig, Bruce Furniss, Ray George, Jimmy Gunn, Alex Hannum, Tom Kelly, Dave Kingman, Lenny Krayzelburg, Rick Leach, Earl Meadows, John Rudometkin, Makoto Sakamoto, Bill Sefton and Steve Timmons. They will be inducted May 5 at the Ritz-Carlton Huntington Hotel in Pasadena.
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December 11, 2005
Lombardi Award winners, given to the nation's top college lineman or linebacker: 2005...A.J. Hawk, Ohio State, LB 2004...David Pollack, Georgia, DE 2003...Tommie Harris, Oklahoma, DT 2002...Terrell Suggs, Arizona State, DE 2001...Julius Peppers, North Carolina, DE 2000...Jamal Reynolds, Florida State, DE 1999...Corey Moore, Virginia Tech, DE 1998...Dat Nguyen, Texas A&M, LB 1997...Grant Wistrom, Nebraska, DE 1996...Orlando Pace, Ohio State, OT 1995...Orlando Pace, Ohio State, OT 1994...
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October 16, 1986 | MARK HEISLER
It isn't over till it's over. Wednesday, the Raiders got another in their series of daily communications from the National Football League office, this one fining 10 of them for their parts in the Kansas City melee Oct. 5. Howie Long got the big tab, $2,000, for his engagement with Brad Budde, in which he broke Budde's nose. Nine other Raiders were fined $400 apiece, for a grand total of $5,600. Monday, Greg Townsend was suspended for Sunday's game at Miami.
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October 30, 1986 | MARK HEISLER
So Greg Townsend was suspended for his part in the melee with the Kansas City Chiefs? Now the Raiders are contemplating suspending themselves from the AFC West Division spring publicity convention, apparently because the Chiefs will be there and the Raiders no longer care about doing business with the Chiefs. "We feel it's not in our best interests," said Mike Ornstein, promotion director. The decision is thought to have originated somewhat higher in the organization--try Al Davis.
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December 13, 1986 | SAM McMANIS, Times Staff Writer
This, a skeptical Brad Budde was quickly assured, was not going to be another of those stories about how he has followed in his famous father's cleat marks to become an offensive lineman for the Kansas City Chiefs. Honest, Brad, there will hardly be a mention of this being the only time in pro football history that a father and son were drafted in the first round by the same team--decades apart, of course.
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October 3, 2000 | DAVID WHARTON
Rich Dimler, the rough-and-tumble New Jersey native who played nose guard for USC's 1978 national championship team, died Saturday of pancreatitis. He was 44. Dimler was the anchor of the Trojans' defensive line in the mid-1970s, big and bearded, his words thick with the accent of Bayonne, N.J. He was a four-year letter winner who served as co-captain of the championship team.
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