September 27, 2013 |
Adoree' Jackson returned an interception 102 yards and added a five-yard scoring run to give Gardena Serra 29-7 lead over host Narbonne going into the fourth quarter.
September 16, 1986
Cal State Fullerton safety Trent Baker, whose school-record, 97-yard interception return for a touchdown helped the Titans rally Saturday to beat Idaho State, 35-25, was named the Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. defensive player of the week. Baker had seven solo tackles and seven assists along with the interception that helped the Titans recapture the momentum late in the first quarter after trailing, 10-0. Baker, a senior from Los Angeles, also broke up two Idaho State passes.
September 25, 1985 |
For more than 50 years, the National Football League has struggled with the problem of how to rate passers statistically. Passing champions have been crowned in nine different ways, as follows: 1932-37: Most yards gained passing. 1938-40: Completion percentage. 1941-48: Best record in six categories--total completions, completion percentage, total yards, touchdowns, interceptions, interception percentage. 1949: Same as 1941-48 but minus interception percentage.
October 17, 1985 |
Tony Gullotto, Southwestern College's freshman free safety, has been a busy player of late. In the last two weeks, he has intercepted five passes. Three came last Saturday in Southwestern's 31-16 win over Rancho Santiago (formerly Santa Ana) as the Apaches improved their Mission Conference record to 3-0 and overall record to 5-0. Gullotto's performance tied a school record set by John King, who now plays at San Jose State.
November 8, 1987 |
Chuck Hartlieb was embarrassed early, but he left Northwestern red-faced. Hartlieb, with help from flanker Quinn Early, threw a Big Ten-record seven touchdown passes Saturday to lead Iowa to a 52-24 victory over the Wildcats. "I was throwing good," said Hartlieb, who completed 25 of 32 passes for 471 yards. "They came at me hard the first couple of series but things got going for us and the rest speaks for itself."
October 7, 1985 |
Cincinnati cornerback Louis Breeden didn't know what to think of his interception-turned-safety, but Bengal Coach Sam Wyche wasn't at a loss for words. "This was not a good day for the sport of football," Wyche said Sunday after the Bengals lost their tempers and then lost a penalty-marred, 29-20 game to the New York Jets. "I think it hurt the sport a little bit." The game was punctuated by 29 penalties, including eight personal fouls and an ejection.
January 3, 2002
Sept. 1 at State College, Pa. Miami 33, Penn State 7 Dorsey threw three first-half touchdown passes and No. 2 Miami scored on six of its first seven possessions in a dominating win. Dorsey: 20 of 27, 344 yards, three touchdowns, one interception. Sept. 8 at Miami Miami 61, Rutgers 0 Miami remained unbeaten in nine games against Rutgers, outscoring the Scarlet Knights, 180-6, over the last three years. Dorsey: 14 of 25, 315 yards, two touchdowns, one interception. Sept.
November 26, 1989 |
Safety Robert Blackmon returned two interceptions for touchdowns and set up another with a third interception Saturday as Baylor routed Texas, 50-7, for its first victory at Austin since 1951. The 50 points were the most scored by Baylor against Texas in a series that started in 1901, and the victory margin was the greatest for Baylor in 79 games against Texas. The victory was quite a turnaround for Baylor, which lost, 6-3, to Rice last Saturday.