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September 3, 1996 | JIM HODGES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They're close at home, but at the stadium Paul Guidry is the width of the field from his brother, Javelin, the two serving as bookends for UCLA's defense at cornerback. Opposite islands in a stream of wide receivers. While the other nine defenders are blitzing, stunting and generally trying to create confusion, the Guidrys have a simple task: line up and play man-to-man defense against players whose weekly goal is to embarrass cornerbacks. Tennessee's Marcus Nash and Joey Kent, for instance.
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August 27, 1998
KEY PLAYERS LOST (Player: P) Weldon Ford: DE Javelin Guidry: CB Skip Hicks: TB Danjuan Magee: OLB Jim McElroy: FL Chad Overhauser: OT Jeff Ruckman: NG Chad Sauter: G Wasswa Serwanga: ROV Shaun Williams: FS Brian Willmer: MLB KEY NEWCOMERS *--* P No. Player Yr. TB 26 DeShaun Foster Fr. OL 74 James Ghezzi Jr. DB 21 Lovell Houston Fr. DL 97 Ken Kocher Fr. OL 65 Mike Saffer Fr. LB 8 Robert Thomas Fr. *--* THE LINEUPS OFFENSE *--* P No. Player Yr. FL 87 Danny Farmer Jr. LT 71 Kris Farris Jr.
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NEWS
August 27, 1998
KEY PLAYERS LOST (Player: P) Weldon Ford: DE Javelin Guidry: CB Skip Hicks: TB Danjuan Magee: OLB Jim McElroy: FL Chad Overhauser: OT Jeff Ruckman: NG Chad Sauter: G Wasswa Serwanga: ROV Shaun Williams: FS Brian Willmer: MLB KEY NEWCOMERS *--* P No. Player Yr. TB 26 DeShaun Foster Fr. OL 74 James Ghezzi Jr. DB 21 Lovell Houston Fr. DL 97 Ken Kocher Fr. OL 65 Mike Saffer Fr. LB 8 Robert Thomas Fr. *--* THE LINEUPS OFFENSE *--* P No. Player Yr. FL 87 Danny Farmer Jr. LT 71 Kris Farris Jr.
SPORTS
September 30, 1997 | JIM HODGES
The good news is that Chris Sailer has kicked eight field goals in a row for UCLA. The bad news is that he has attempted eight field goals. "Too many field goals," Bruin Coach Bob Toledo said Monday. UCLA has scored on 22 of its 25 trips inside opponents' 20-yard-line, and 17 of those scores have been touchdowns. "As a coach, you'd like to see it 80%," Toledo said.
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September 30, 1997 | JIM HODGES
The good news is that Chris Sailer has kicked eight field goals in a row for UCLA. The bad news is that he has attempted eight field goals. "Too many field goals," Bruin Coach Bob Toledo said Monday. UCLA has scored on 22 of its 25 trips inside opponents' 20-yard-line, and 17 of those scores have been touchdowns. "As a coach, you'd like to see it 80%," Toledo said.
SPORTS
November 4, 1994 | JIM HODGES
Eight true freshmen have been getting playing time at UCLA this season and one, cornerback Javelin Guidry, is starting. The other seven are defensive lineman Vae Tata, nose guard Danjuan Magee, wide receiver Jim McElroy, safety Shaun Williams, safety Glenn Thompkins, fullback Greg Ford and cornerback Aaron Rocques. There are only 14 scholarship seniors, including punter Darren Schager and long snapper Chris Andersen, who were walk-ons who earned scholarships.
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September 12, 1994 | JIM HODGES
Two UCLA seniors suffered season-ending injuries during the third quarter of Saturday's 17-10 victory over Southern Methodist. Cornerback Carl Greenwood, regarded as one of the best in the country at his position and a potential high NFL draft pick, was operated on Sunday for a broken right ankle. He might return if the Bruins play in a bowl game.
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April 25, 1997 | JIM HODGES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The players who walked into spring practice almost four weeks ago at UCLA walked out Thursday, with two exceptions. Cornerback Javelin Guidry underwent arthroscopic knee surgery Wednesday and defensive end Pete Holland had surgery for a broken bone in his foot. Both should be ready for the Bruins' season opener Aug. 30 at Washington State.
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November 7, 1997 | JIM HODGES
The benefits of a week without having to prepare for a Saturday game have been ample for UCLA, which practiced lightly Thursday and then relished a three-day weekend without football. Without playing football, that is. There will be plenty watched on Saturday. Another benefit of not having to play a game is giving some banged-up players a chance to rehabilitate.
SPORTS
October 5, 1995 | LONNIE WHITE
Linebacker Donnie Edwards met with David Price, Pacific 10 Conference associate commissioner, on Wednesday to discuss his alleged contact with sports agent Robert Troy Caron. Edwards, who has sat out the last two games because of a neck injury, reportedly accepted $150 in food from Caron. Price said that he will continue to gather information on the matter and that there isn't a timetable on a conclusion. Coach Terry Donahue said Edwards will remain on the team until a decision has been reached.
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September 3, 1996 | JIM HODGES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They're close at home, but at the stadium Paul Guidry is the width of the field from his brother, Javelin, the two serving as bookends for UCLA's defense at cornerback. Opposite islands in a stream of wide receivers. While the other nine defenders are blitzing, stunting and generally trying to create confusion, the Guidrys have a simple task: line up and play man-to-man defense against players whose weekly goal is to embarrass cornerbacks. Tennessee's Marcus Nash and Joey Kent, for instance.
SPORTS
August 23, 1995 | LONNIE WHITE
Life after J.J. Stokes has begun for UCLA and the Bruins will count on two inexperienced Los Angeles natives to pick up the slack at wide receiver. Jim McElroy, a sophomore who attended Washington High, and Eric Scott, a sophomore transfer from Northwestern who graduated from Crenshaw High, team up to provide UCLA outside speed opposite All-American candidate Kevin Jordan. Last season, McElroy caught nine passes for 111 yards.
NEWS
December 9, 1993
Ground attacks and big linemen also dominate The Times' Southeast All-Star High School Football Team. Ten schools are represented on the first team, led by Del Rio co-champions Whittier and Santa Fe with four selections each. Suburban League titlist La Mirada netted three. The team, chosen primarily through a poll of coaches, includes wide receiver Victor Zapata (Whittier) and tight end Guillermo Chavez (Montebello).
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