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December 20, 1990 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Jimmy Laycock, who coached William & Mary into the Division 1-AA playoffs three of the past five seasons, was named to succeed Jack Bicknell as Boston College football coach. . . .
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December 28, 1990 | Associated Press
Tom Coughlin, an assistant coach for the Philadelphia Eagles, Green Bay Packers and New York Giants since 1984, was appointed head coach at Boston College, replacing the ousted Jack Bicknell. Coughlin, 44, who has coached receivers for the playoff-bound Giants for three years, was chosen by new Athletic Director Chet Gladchuk for a second tour of duty with the Eagles. Coughlin was an original member of Bicknell's staff in 1980.
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December 20, 1990 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Jimmy Laycock, who coached William & Mary into the Division 1-AA playoffs three of the past five seasons, was named to succeed Jack Bicknell as Boston College football coach. . . .
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December 28, 1990 | Associated Press
Tom Coughlin, an assistant coach for the Philadelphia Eagles, Green Bay Packers and New York Giants since 1984, was appointed head coach at Boston College, replacing the ousted Jack Bicknell. Coughlin, 44, who has coached receivers for the playoff-bound Giants for three years, was chosen by new Athletic Director Chet Gladchuk for a second tour of duty with the Eagles. Coughlin was an original member of Bicknell's staff in 1980.
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November 28, 1990 | Associated Press
Jack Bicknell, who coached Boston College to four bowl games in his first six seasons but had losing records in his last four, was fired Tuesday. Bicknell departs after a 4-7 season in which the Eagles lost their last four games. His 10-year record was 59-55-1. "I have no bitterness," Bicknell said after a meeting with Boston College President J. Donald Monan. "I think they made a mistake. I think they got rid of a good coach."
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January 9, 1987 | Associated Press
Boston College football Coach Jack Bicknell has turned down a chance to become the new coach at Arizona, a university official said Thursday night.
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May 30, 1988 | DEBORAH CAULFIELD and STEVE WEINSTEIN, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
An unreleased low-budget movie starring Peter Lawford and Carol Wayne (both of whom are deceased) may find its way to the big screen because it includes some racy scenes of Vanna White. "Gypsy Angels," filmed six years ago, shows the "Wheel of Fortune" letter-turner cavorting in a G-string and in an erotic shower scene in which she is seen in silhouette. The movie is caught in a tangle of lawsuits, but one of its main backers, Pizza Hut franchiser Jack Bicknell, is trying to get it released.
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January 10, 1987 | Associated Press
The University of Arizona's football search had a visible candidate Friday in North Carolina State's Dick Sheridan. Athletic Director Cedric Dempsey acknowledged that Sheridan was on campus, interviewing for the position. "He is visiting. He has never been here before. He's looking at our campus and area, and at the same time we're taking a look at him," Dempsey said before Sheridan returned home. "We reviewed the candidates that have been in thus far and those that I met with off-campus.
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November 26, 1999 | ROBYN NORWOOD
Louisiana Tech Coach Jack Bicknell III is the son of former Boston College coach Jack Bicknell Jr., now coaching the Barcelona Dragons in NFL Europe. His father's Boston College teams played USC twice, in 1987 and '88. "He's 0-2 so I've got to break the string for the family," said Bicknell, who played for his father and was the center for Doug Flutie on the 1984 team that upset Miami on the famous Hail Mary play. "My relationship with my dad is a very special one," Bicknell said.
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November 28, 1990 | Associated Press
Jack Bicknell, who coached Boston College to four bowl games in his first six seasons but had losing records in his last four, was fired Tuesday. Bicknell departs after a 4-7 season in which the Eagles lost their last four games. His 10-year record was 59-55-1. "I have no bitterness," Bicknell said after a meeting with Boston College President J. Donald Monan. "I think they made a mistake. I think they got rid of a good coach."
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