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November 3, 2006 | Chris Dufresne, Times Staff Writer
Courses of action to be considered if ever approached by Erik Robertson in a dark alley: * Run. Like a scalded dog. Don't look behind you. Try not to think of those dreams where you can't move your legs. * Call the police. Tell them there is an oncoming man, about 6 feet 2 and 315 pounds, who looks like a cross between Andre the Giant and Ozzy Osbourne. * Give him all your money. Hope he just wants to eat a turkey leg and not you.
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November 3, 2006 | Chris Dufresne, Times Staff Writer
Courses of action to be considered if ever approached by Erik Robertson in a dark alley: * Run. Like a scalded dog. Don't look behind you. Try not to think of those dreams where you can't move your legs. * Call the police. Tell them there is an oncoming man, about 6 feet 2 and 315 pounds, who looks like a cross between Andre the Giant and Ozzy Osbourne. * Give him all your money. Hope he just wants to eat a turkey leg and not you.
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November 4, 2006 | Lonnie White, Times Staff Writer
With two-thirds of the regular season completed, UCLA enters the final stretch with an eye on the future. After working more younger players into the lineup this week during practice, the Bruins plan to give them increased playing time today against California at Memorial Stadium. "We want to get the young guys into the fold more," Coach Karl Dorrell said.
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November 4, 2006 | Lonnie White, Times Staff Writer
California sophomore wide receiver DeSean Jackson likes UCLA. He really does. After all, his cousin, Marcus Everett, along with several former teammates and friends play for the Bruins. But when the Bears face UCLA today at Memorial Stadium, Jackson will not hold back from adding more misery for the Bruins, who have lost three games in a row. "Oh yeah, I want to put on a show for my hometown people," said Jackson, who attended Long Beach Poly High and spurned UCLA and USC to attend Cal.
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