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September 17, 2000 | VINCE KOWALICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jaumal Bradley roamed the sidelines Saturday at North Campus Stadium, proudly donning his No. 11 red Cal State Northridge jersey and rubbing shoulders with his former teammates. Too bad Bradley wasn't wearing pads. The Matadors needed him. "I would give anything to have Jaumal Bradley," Coach Jeff Kearin of Northridge said after the Matadors' 49-26 Big Sky Conference loss to Northern Arizona.
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September 17, 2000 | VINCE KOWALICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jaumal Bradley roamed the sidelines Saturday at North Campus Stadium, proudly donning his No. 11 red Cal State Northridge jersey and rubbing shoulders with his former teammates. Too bad Bradley wasn't wearing pads. The Matadors needed him. "I would give anything to have Jaumal Bradley," Coach Jeff Kearin of Northridge said after the Matadors' 49-26 Big Sky Conference loss to Northern Arizona.
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September 12, 1999 | VINCE KOWALICK
Well, it could have been worse. Cal State Northridge's 71-14 nonconference loss to Kansas before 33,300 at Memorial Stadium on Saturday night ranks as the second-worst margin of defeat in Matador history. Kansas (1-1), coming off a 48-13 loss at Notre Dame, rolled up 637 total yards, did not commit a turnover, punted only twice and permitted the Matadors only a glimpse of coming close in the first half while fulfilling most everyone's expectation of a lopsided victory.
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November 9, 1999 | VINCE KOWALICK
When all was said and done Saturday night at Portland's Civic Stadium, Chazz Moore's mouth had little to do with the outcome of Portland State's 34-21 victory over Cal State Northridge. Moore, a senior cornerback for Northridge, was quoted in an Oregon newspaper predicting the Matadors would win. It provided an interesting sideshow to a key Big Sky Conference game--a Portland native playing his first college game before hometown fans in a must-win situation.
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July 3, 1999 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ and VINCE KOWALICK, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Cal State Northridge football players, assistant coaches and recruits on Friday reacted strongly to reports that Coach Ron Ponciano's job is in jeopardy and offensive coordinator Rob Phenicie is leaving the program. "If Coach Ponciano is fired or leaves, I'm leaving too," sophomore quarterback Marcus Brady said. "I'm going to transfer to another school. I'm done with Northridge."
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November 15, 1998 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Before Saturday, only two other Cal State Northridge football teams ventured to America's Heartland. The Matadors might return some day. Then again, maybe not. In a nonconference game they should have dominated, the Matadors edged Southwest Missouri State, 42-38, in a front of 7,574 on a cool afternoon at Plaster Field to keep alive their playoff hopes. The Matadors (7-3) are virtually guaranteed a spot in the 16-team NCAA Division I-AA playoffs if they win at Idaho State on Saturday.
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April 5, 1998 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It took three weeks of spring practice for Coach Ron Ponciano to confirm what he already knew about his Cal State Northridge football team. "We don't have the speed on offense we should have and we have no depth at all on defense," said Ponciano, in his first year as Northridge's coach. "I'm not sure there were any real surprises."
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October 17, 1999 | VINCE KOWALICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jaumal Bradley walked off the Cal State Northridge practice field one day this week boasting he would outrush Charles Roberts of Cal State Sacramento in a Big Sky Conference showdown on Saturday at North Campus Stadium. A tall order, considering Roberts, a 5-foot-7 junior, rushed for a Division I-AA-record 2,260 yards last season and leads the Big Sky in rushing this season. Roberts had 231 yards against the Matadors last year.
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November 9, 1999 | VINCE KOWALICK
When all was said and done Saturday night at Portland's Civic Stadium, Chazz Moore's mouth had little to do with the outcome of Portland State's 34-21 victory over Cal State Northridge. Moore, a senior cornerback for Northridge, was quoted in an Oregon newspaper predicting the Matadors would win. It provided an interesting sideshow to a key Big Sky Conference game--a Portland native playing his first college game before hometown fans in a must-win situation.
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October 26, 1999 | VINCE KOWALICK
Cal State Northridge's 24-21 victory Saturday at Montana State featured one of the most dramatic endings involving the Matadors in recent years, with the Bobcats' Carson Souter narrowly missing a last-second, 48-yard field-goal attempt. Jaumal Bradley, a team captain and among the Matadors' most vocal players, has a knack for eloquently summing up the team's performance.
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October 26, 1999 | VINCE KOWALICK
Cal State Northridge's 24-21 victory Saturday at Montana State featured one of the most dramatic endings involving the Matadors in recent years, with the Bobcats' Carson Souter narrowly missing a last-second, 48-yard field-goal attempt. Jaumal Bradley, a team captain and among the Matadors' most vocal players, has a knack for eloquently summing up the team's performance.
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October 17, 1999 | VINCE KOWALICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jaumal Bradley walked off the Cal State Northridge practice field one day this week boasting he would outrush Charles Roberts of Cal State Sacramento in a Big Sky Conference showdown on Saturday at North Campus Stadium. A tall order, considering Roberts, a 5-foot-7 junior, rushed for a Division I-AA-record 2,260 yards last season and leads the Big Sky in rushing this season. Roberts had 231 yards against the Matadors last year.
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October 9, 1999 | VINCE KOWALICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jaumal Bradley has come so far, yet he just can't seem to get going at Cal State Northridge. Bradley returned to the practice field this week, thinner and wiser. Encouraging news for the Matadors, who figure to rely heavily on their senior fullback during a Big Sky Conference game today at Montana. Bradley, the Matadors' leading rusher, has missed two games because of an undiagnosed illness. Doctors initially said he had tonsillitis, but now, Bradley says, no one is certain.
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September 12, 1999 | VINCE KOWALICK
Well, it could have been worse. Cal State Northridge's 71-14 nonconference loss to Kansas before 33,300 at Memorial Stadium on Saturday night ranks as the second-worst margin of defeat in Matador history. Kansas (1-1), coming off a 48-13 loss at Notre Dame, rolled up 637 total yards, did not commit a turnover, punted only twice and permitted the Matadors only a glimpse of coming close in the first half while fulfilling most everyone's expectation of a lopsided victory.
SPORTS
July 3, 1999 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ and VINCE KOWALICK, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Cal State Northridge football players, assistant coaches and recruits on Friday reacted strongly to reports that Coach Ron Ponciano's job is in jeopardy and offensive coordinator Rob Phenicie is leaving the program. "If Coach Ponciano is fired or leaves, I'm leaving too," sophomore quarterback Marcus Brady said. "I'm going to transfer to another school. I'm done with Northridge."
SPORTS
November 15, 1998 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Before Saturday, only two other Cal State Northridge football teams ventured to America's Heartland. The Matadors might return some day. Then again, maybe not. In a nonconference game they should have dominated, the Matadors edged Southwest Missouri State, 42-38, in a front of 7,574 on a cool afternoon at Plaster Field to keep alive their playoff hopes. The Matadors (7-3) are virtually guaranteed a spot in the 16-team NCAA Division I-AA playoffs if they win at Idaho State on Saturday.
SPORTS
October 9, 1999 | VINCE KOWALICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jaumal Bradley has come so far, yet he just can't seem to get going at Cal State Northridge. Bradley returned to the practice field this week, thinner and wiser. Encouraging news for the Matadors, who figure to rely heavily on their senior fullback during a Big Sky Conference game today at Montana. Bradley, the Matadors' leading rusher, has missed two games because of an undiagnosed illness. Doctors initially said he had tonsillitis, but now, Bradley says, no one is certain.
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October 31, 1998 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jaumal Bradley looks at his infant daughter, Jaion, and can't forget. "She's a reminder that I have to keep going," Bradley said. He looks at his girlfriend Tyna, Jaion's mother, and counts his blessings. "She helped me get myself established," Bradley said. "She introduced me back to reality." He looks around the Cal State Northridge football field, his playground and workplace, and feels vibrant. "When I'm out there, I'm free to run," Bradley said. "Every step, every yard is a positive stride."
SPORTS
October 31, 1998 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jaumal Bradley looks at his infant daughter, Jaion, and can't forget. "She's a reminder that I have to keep going," Bradley said. He looks at his girlfriend Tyna, Jaion's mother, and counts his blessings. "She helped me get myself established," Bradley said. "She introduced me back to reality." He looks around the Cal State Northridge football field, his playground and workplace, and feels vibrant. "When I'm out there, I'm free to run," Bradley said. "Every step, every yard is a positive stride."
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April 5, 1998 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It took three weeks of spring practice for Coach Ron Ponciano to confirm what he already knew about his Cal State Northridge football team. "We don't have the speed on offense we should have and we have no depth at all on defense," said Ponciano, in his first year as Northridge's coach. "I'm not sure there were any real surprises."
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