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November 5, 1986 | TRACY DODDS, Times Staff Writer
Harvey Hyde was in Pasadena a few weeks ago to address the local Quarterback Club. He's known there as the former football coach at Pasadena City College, but he was telling his old buddies the tale of what he went through, establishing major college football at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. Hyde became the football coach at Las Vegas just as it was joining the Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. and stepping up to Division I-A football five years ago.
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December 23, 1990 | DANNY ROBBINS and ELLIOTT ALMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
When Bruce Allen became a sports agent in 1985 at 29, his most obvious asset was the football background he had gained as the son of George Allen, the former Ram and Washington Redskin coach who is now at Cal State Long Beach. Less obvious an asset, but certainly no less important, was Bruce Allen's access to the University of Nevada Las Vegas football program through his former partner. With the aid of two former UNLV coaches, Allen's agency, GBA Sportsworld, Inc.
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January 13, 1990
Harvey Hyde, former coach at Pasadena City College and Nevada Las Vegas, was named associate head coach at Cal State Long Beach.
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January 27, 1990
Events of the past few weeks cause one to look twice at the intended direction of the football program at Cal State Long Beach. First the administration hires a man (George Allen) 30 years removed from the college scene, who spent most of his career in the brutally businesslike world of the NFL. Then a coach like Harvey Hyde is injected into the mix in the position of heir apparent. Is this not the same coach whose Pasadena City College program came under fire for academic and disciplinary transgressions?
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January 27, 1990
Events of the past few weeks cause one to look twice at the intended direction of the football program at Cal State Long Beach. First the administration hires a man (George Allen) 30 years removed from the college scene, who spent most of his career in the brutally businesslike world of the NFL. Then a coach like Harvey Hyde is injected into the mix in the position of heir apparent. Is this not the same coach whose Pasadena City College program came under fire for academic and disciplinary transgressions?
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December 23, 1990 | DANNY ROBBINS and ELLIOTT ALMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
When Bruce Allen became a sports agent in 1985 at 29, his most obvious asset was the football background he had gained as the son of George Allen, the former Ram and Washington Redskin coach who is now at Cal State Long Beach. Less obvious an asset, but certainly no less important, was Bruce Allen's access to the University of Nevada Las Vegas football program through his former partner. With the aid of two former UNLV coaches, Allen's agency, GBA Sportsworld, Inc.
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April 24, 1986
Football Coach Harvey Hyde of Nevada Las Vegas, nine of whose players have had trouble with the law in recent months, was fired Wednesday. Robert Maxson, Las Vegas president, named assistant coach Wayne Nunnely as interim head coach through the 1986 season. Hyde, 44, has three years left on his $62,500-a-year contract, which the school will honor. The native of Pasadena, became coach at Las Vegas in 1982 after coaching at Pasadena City College.
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March 6, 1986 | Associated Press
A Nevada Las Vegas basketball redshirt and a football player who missed last season with eligibility problems were arrested Wednesday after they allegedly snatched a woman's purse near the Las Vegas Strip, police said. Lawrence West, 20, the basketball player, and Wayne Thompson, 19, were arrested after being stopped by police in a vehicle matching one described by tourists who witnessed the purse snatching, Metropolitan Police said.
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September 14, 1990 | DAVE McKIBBEN
Five days removed from the 42-21 debacle in Oregon, the Aztecs apparently still hadn't returned to normal. "We got a lot done (Thursday)," SDSU Coach Al Luginbill said, "but there are still some uptight people around here, and rightfully so. We still aren't sure we're where we need to be. I guess we'll find out Saturday." Senior cornerback Clark Moses said he's finding it hard to forget the 443-yard beating the secondary took from Oregon quarterback Bill Musgrave.
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November 16, 1985 | DICK WAGNER, Times Staff Writer
Cal State Long Beach will play its most important football game in several years when it meets undefeated Fresno State at 6 tonight at Veterans Stadium. Fresno State, 8-0-1 overall and 6-0 in the Pacific Coast Athletic Assn., can win the conference title with a victory. But if the 49ers (6-4 and 4-1) win and then defeat Cal State Fullerton Nov. 23, they will share the title and go to the California Bowl. The league's seven other coaches said they believe that Fresno, which is averaging 38.
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January 13, 1990
Harvey Hyde, former coach at Pasadena City College and Nevada Las Vegas, was named associate head coach at Cal State Long Beach.
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November 5, 1986 | TRACY DODDS, Times Staff Writer
Harvey Hyde was in Pasadena a few weeks ago to address the local Quarterback Club. He's known there as the former football coach at Pasadena City College, but he was telling his old buddies the tale of what he went through, establishing major college football at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. Hyde became the football coach at Las Vegas just as it was joining the Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. and stepping up to Division I-A football five years ago.
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January 16, 1991 | DICK WAGNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Willie Brown, the former Raider defensive back who was named Tuesday to succeed the late George Allen at Cal State Long Beach, said his confidence and background equip him for his first job as a head football coach. "When you see me walk, I've got a little sway," Brown, 49, said at a news conference in Long Beach. "That's just me, and I was the same way when I played the game. I had so much confidence that the quarterback would say, 'I'm going to throw it somewhere else.
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