December 30, 2001
Colby Wilson, 19 months, gets an early education in football, mimicking Colorado players stretching during practice at Scottsdale, Ariz. Colby's father, Chris Wilson, is a defensive line coach.
November 27, 1996 |
Chris Wilson makes the call with authority. The ball is in bounds, he indicates as he points down the line with his index fingers. One of two linesmen at a Cal State Northridge women's volleyball match, Wilson is easily the youngest of four officials working the match. He is a high school senior. In the spring, the 6-foot-4 Wilson will play middle blocker for Chatsworth High, but for now, he determines in from out, right from wrong. He's done a credible job.
November 8, 2013 |
True confession: I sometimes (OK, fine, often) waste a lot of time on dumb stuff. Which probably explains my interest in Twitter. You undoubtedly heard that Twitter had its IPO (that's initial public offering for non-business-school types) Thursday. It went well, as The Times reported : “Twitter sold 70 million shares at $26, raising $1.82 billion, making it the largest IPO from a U.S. technology company since Facebook last year.” It also went well for the Big Tweets at Twitter, with the stock owned by cofounder Evan Williams, the company's biggest individual shareholder, worth $2.56 billion based on Thursday's closing price.
January 16, 2014 |
Tosh Lupoi, a former Washington defensive line coach who is under investigation by the NCAA for allegedly violating rules while working as an assistant to Steve Sarkisian, will receive $300,000 as part of a mutual separation with the school, a Washington spokesman said. The allegations, first reported by The Times, surround the recruitment of defensive lineman Andrew Basham, who signed a letter of intent with the Huskies in February 2013 but did not qualify academically to enroll.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 3, 1991 |
Many of the candidates vying for two seats on the Saugus school board are not campaigning against each other. Instead, they are challenging the district's embattled superintendent. Nine of the 11 candidates have been critical of Supt. Chris Wilson, whose management style has sparked the ire of district employees, board members and parents. The campaign rhetoric has included urging that Wilson take courses in human relations and that he be placed on probation.