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October 31, 1986 | MAL FLORENCE, Times Staff Writer
If it had been a bullfight, the bull would have won. The bull in this case was Jeff Bregel, USC's All-American guard who had somehow impaled a Baylor defensive lineman on his shoulder pads. There was Bregel thumping the poor guy 15 yards downfield while carrying out his block to the ultimate. Bregel was assessed a penalty for hitting after the whistle, but it was a close call and USC coaches said later that officials weren't used to seeing a lineman stay on his block for so long.
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August 4, 1990
Former USC lineman Jeff Bregel, a 1987 second-round draft pick of the 49ers, was waived.
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August 29, 1985 | MAL FLORENCE, Times Staff Writer
USC Coach Ted Tollner has described guard Jeff Bregel as "strong, fast and nasty," adding that he can be as dominating as any offensive lineman in the country. A reporter asked Bregel about this nasty business. "Nasty? What does that mean?," replied Bregel, slightly offended. "It probably stems back from spring ball and stuff. I seem to be the guy who gets in the most fights. But everyone gets into fights.
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December 12, 1985
Jeff Bregel, USC guard, and John Lee, UCLA kicker, were named to UPI's All-America football team, selected by a panel of coaches.
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July 24, 1987 | Weekend Digest was compiled by Steve Elling
Jeff Bregel spent five long years in the trenches at USC, preceded by four years of similar toil at Kennedy High. As a reward, Bregel, an All-American offensive lineman, was selected by the San Francisco 49ers in the second round of the National Football League draft in April. Bregel, 23, signed a two-year contract worth a reported $550,000 on Monday. Some guys might go out and blow a few grand on a fast car and a bit more currency on some not-so-fast food.
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May 10, 1988 | Associated Press
San Francisco 49er guard Jeff Bregel, one of three players arrested last weekend in a scuffle with sheriff's deputies, has accused arresting officers of unnecessary roughness. "I don't know if they knew we were 49ers, but they could have handled my situation with a lot more etiquette," the 280-pound Bregel said.
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May 8, 1988 | United Press International
Guard Jeff Bregel and defensive tackle Kevin Fagan of the San Francisco 49ers were arrested early Saturday following an altercation with three Santa Clara County Sheriff's deputies in the parking lot of a convenience store, police said. Both players had been taking part this week in the 49ers' mini-camp at their new Santa Clara practice facility. Lt. Bob Stith said the trouble began about 1:30 a.m., when a deputy observed a Chevy Blazer driven by Bregel turn right from a left-hand turning lane.
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July 24, 1987 | Weekend Digest was compiled by Steve Elling
Jeff Bregel spent five long years in the trenches at USC, preceded by four years of similar toil at Kennedy High. As a reward, Bregel, an All-American offensive lineman, was selected by the San Francisco 49ers in the second round of the National Football League draft in April. Bregel, 23, signed a two-year contract worth a reported $550,000 on Monday. Some guys might go out and blow a few grand on a fast car and a bit more currency on some not-so-fast food.
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April 29, 1987 | RICH TOSCHES
Jeff Bregel of USC, a former standout lineman at Kennedy High, was the fifth offensive lineman chosen in Tuesday's NFL draft, a second-round selection of the San Francisco 49ers. Bregel, who was projected as a slightly higher draft pick, was the 37th player chosen overall. The 49ers obtained the ninth pick in the second round from Philadelphia last year in a trade that sent quarterback Matt Cavanaugh to the Eagles.
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