Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsHart Lee Dykes
IN THE NEWS

Hart Lee Dykes

FEATURED ARTICLES
SPORTS
January 4, 1989 | DANNY ROBBINS, Newsday
Wide receiver Hart Lee Dykes of Oklahoma State, the Big Eight Conference's all-time leader in receiving yardage, ended his college football career Friday night in San Diego's Holiday Bowl, where Oklahoma State defeated Wyoming, 62-14. But the final chapter of his life at Oklahoma State won't be written until later this week. The National Collegiate Athletic Assn.
ARTICLES BY DATE
SPORTS
August 7, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Three armed robbers tied up New England Patriot wide receiver Hart Lee Dykes and five other people before ransacking the football player's home in a Houston suburb, police said. The robbers also stole Dykes' 1990 BMW, which was recovered the next morning. Dykes had returned to Houston because of a training camp injury. He and his guests were bound with telephone cords and wire but were not injured. The guests included Dykes' brother, two friends, Dykes' 6-year-old son and a maid.
Advertisement
SPORTS
August 7, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Three armed robbers tied up New England Patriot wide receiver Hart Lee Dykes and five other people before ransacking the football player's home in a Houston suburb, police said. The robbers also stole Dykes' 1990 BMW, which was recovered the next morning. Dykes had returned to Houston because of a training camp injury. He and his guests were bound with telephone cords and wire but were not injured. The guests included Dykes' brother, two friends, Dykes' 6-year-old son and a maid.
SPORTS
January 6, 1989
David Berst, director of enforcement for the National Collegiate Athletic Assn., took issue Thursday with statements made by Ron Watson, assistant athletic director at Oklahoma. Watson criticized the NCAA for giving Oklahoma State wide receiver Hart Lee Dykes immunity in exchange for information implicating four schools in recruiting violations. "If you want to find out what really happened, you have to have limited immunity," Berst told the Tulsa Tribune.
SPORTS
October 12, 1990 | From Associated Press
The eye injury wide receiver Hart Lee Dykes suffered in a scuffle outside a nightclub is healing well, and his doctor said he should be able to play when the New England Patriots meet the Miami Dolphins on Thursday, Oct. 18. Dykes wore sunglasses as he left Rhode Island Hospital Thursday, 36 hours after he and Patriot receiver Irving Fryar were injured in a brawl.
SPORTS
December 29, 1988 | CHRIS ELLO, Special to The Times
Before anybody writes about the 1988 football season at Barry Sanders State University, they ought to talk to the Heisman Trophy winner himself. That's because Oklahoma State wide receiver Hart Lee Dykes is bigger than Sanders, has better hands than Sanders, was a bigger name out of high school than Sanders, and, because the Heisman award winner is just a junior, will be drafted before Sanders. And, Sanders says, he couldn't have become what he is without Dykes.
SPORTS
October 12, 1990 | From Associated Press
The eye injury wide receiver Hart Lee Dykes suffered in a scuffle outside a nightclub is healing well, and his doctor said he should be able to play when the New England Patriots meet the Miami Dolphins on Thursday, Oct. 18. Dykes wore sunglasses as he left Rhode Island Hospital Thursday, 36 hours after he and Patriot receiver Irving Fryar were injured in a brawl.
SPORTS
October 11, 1990 | From Associated Press
A scuffle outside a nightclub in the early hours here Wednesday left Hart Lee Dykes, New England Patriot wide receiver, hospitalized with an eye injury and teammate Irving Fryar facing a weapons charge. It was unclear what started the fracas, but Fryar filed a police report that said he was hit over the head from behind while trying to help Dykes. Fryar's attorney, Peter DiBiase, said the wide receiver was walking to his car outside Club Shalimar around 1:20 a.m.
SPORTS
January 6, 1989
David Berst, director of enforcement for the National Collegiate Athletic Assn., took issue Thursday with statements made by Ron Watson, assistant athletic director at Oklahoma. Watson criticized the NCAA for giving Oklahoma State wide receiver Hart Lee Dykes immunity in exchange for information implicating four schools in recruiting violations. "If you want to find out what really happened, you have to have limited immunity," Berst told the Tulsa Tribune.
SPORTS
January 5, 1989 | RICHARD HOFFER, Times Staff Writer
Nothing the National Collegiate Athletic Assn. has done so far, including Southern Methodist's death penalty, has proven sufficiently chilling in big-time sports. Just this year, three more college football programs were put on probation, SMU's lesson apparently long forgotten. Investigations were announced as often as before.
SPORTS
October 11, 1990 | From Associated Press
A scuffle outside a nightclub in the early hours here Wednesday left Hart Lee Dykes, New England Patriot wide receiver, hospitalized with an eye injury and teammate Irving Fryar facing a weapons charge. It was unclear what started the fracas, but Fryar filed a police report that said he was hit over the head from behind while trying to help Dykes. Fryar's attorney, Peter DiBiase, said the wide receiver was walking to his car outside Club Shalimar around 1:20 a.m.
SPORTS
November 22, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
Oklahoma State's Thurman Thomas finished his career in style Saturday. Thomas carried 30 times for a school-record 293 yards and 4 touchdowns in leading the 13th-ranked, Sun Bowl-bound Cowboys to a 48-27 victory over Iowa State at Stillwater, Okla. "This game was a fitting end to a great career for Thurman Thomas," Coach Pat Jones said. "It was very fitting for a great back." Thomas has 5,047 career yards, breaking Terry Miller's school record of 4,754.
SPORTS
January 4, 1989 | DANNY ROBBINS, Newsday
Wide receiver Hart Lee Dykes of Oklahoma State, the Big Eight Conference's all-time leader in receiving yardage, ended his college football career Friday night in San Diego's Holiday Bowl, where Oklahoma State defeated Wyoming, 62-14. But the final chapter of his life at Oklahoma State won't be written until later this week. The National Collegiate Athletic Assn.
SPORTS
December 29, 1988 | CHRIS ELLO, Special to The Times
Before anybody writes about the 1988 football season at Barry Sanders State University, they ought to talk to the Heisman Trophy winner himself. That's because Oklahoma State wide receiver Hart Lee Dykes is bigger than Sanders, has better hands than Sanders, was a bigger name out of high school than Sanders, and, because the Heisman award winner is just a junior, will be drafted before Sanders. And, Sanders says, he couldn't have become what he is without Dykes.
Los Angeles Times Articles
|