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December 29, 1993 | From Associated Press
Jeff Brohm, the Louisville senior who broke his right index finger in five places on Thanksgiving Day, completed 19 of 29 passes for 197 yards and threw the go-ahead touchdown in leading the 25th-ranked Cardinals over Michigan State, 18-7, Tuesday night in the Liberty Bowl. "Obviously it hurt," Brohm said. "I told myself before we came into the game, win or lose, I was going to make no excuses about it."
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October 28, 1996 | From Associated Press
Steve Young wasn't able to save the San Francisco 49ers this time. Seldom-used quarterback Jeff Brohm and the 49er defense did. Young suffered a concussion on the third play of the game and was replaced by Brohm, who completed a 20-yard touchdown pass to Terrell Owens with 4:27 to play, rallying the 49ers to a 10-9 victory over the Houston Oilers on Sunday. Defensive end Chris Doleman dominated the fourth quarter with a third-down sack and an interception on the Oilers' final offensive play.
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October 28, 1996 | From Associated Press
Steve Young wasn't able to save the San Francisco 49ers this time. Seldom-used quarterback Jeff Brohm and the 49er defense did. Young suffered a concussion on the third play of the game and was replaced by Brohm, who completed a 20-yard touchdown pass to Terrell Owens with 4:27 to play, rallying the 49ers to a 10-9 victory over the Houston Oilers on Sunday. Defensive end Chris Doleman dominated the fourth quarter with a third-down sack and an interception on the Oilers' final offensive play.
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October 22, 1996
Steve Young's groin injury remains a chronic problem and Elvis Grbac is bothered by a shoulder strain, leaving a chance the San Francisco 49ers could go to Houston next Sunday with third-stringer Jeff Brohm at quarterback. Coach George Seifert on Monday said Young, who played through the injury and led a second-half rally in San Francisco's 28-21 victory over Cincinnati on Sunday, was still sore from the effort.
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October 22, 1996
Steve Young's groin injury remains a chronic problem and Elvis Grbac is bothered by a shoulder strain, leaving a chance the San Francisco 49ers could go to Houston next Sunday with third-stringer Jeff Brohm at quarterback. Coach George Seifert on Monday said Young, who played through the injury and led a second-half rally in San Francisco's 28-21 victory over Cincinnati on Sunday, was still sore from the effort.
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January 26, 1995 | STEVE SPRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It should have been a night of fun, a game of laughs for Steve Young. No Junior Seau to rattle his bones. No Reggie White to smack his helmet. No Charles Haley to crash into his chest. Instead, it was a night of aggravation, a game of frustration. Facing Seau, White and Haley can be bad. Facing Bill Musgrave might be worse. It was before the 1993 season.
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August 28, 1995 | Associated Press
Irving Spikes, a backup running back for the Miami Dolphins, was freed on $5,000 bond after being arrested on battery charges for allegedly pushing his wife to the floor and trying to choke her. Spikes, 24, was picked up Saturday night at his home in Pembroke Pines, Fla., a suburb of Fort Lauderdale. Spikes voluntarily agreed to enter a domestic violence counseling program, said his agent, Drew Rosenhaus. Police were called to the home by Spikes' wife, Stacey.
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March 18, 2001 | LARRY STEWART
vs. Orlando, 1, TNN * Site--Coliseum. * Radio--KLSX-FM (97.1). * Records--Xtreme 4-2, Rage 6-0. * Update--This is the Xtreme's third home game, and with sunshine predicted, it will probably be the first under clear skies. A crowd of 25,000 is expected. Today's game also will be the Xtreme's first appearance on The National Network. The Rage, the XFL's only undefeated team, leads the league in rushing.
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September 1, 1991 | Associated Press
Jeff Brohm threw for two touchdowns and Ralph Dawkins rushed for 162 yards and a score as Louisville beat Division I-AA Eastern Kentucky, 24-14, on Saturday. Brohm passed to his brother Greg for a 20-yard scoring play in the third quarter as the Cardinals went ahead, 17-7. The Cardinals put the game away in the waning minutes of the fourth quarter when Dawkins carried on all 11 plays of a 45-yard touchdown drive after Tim McNamee's fumble on a punt snap.
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August 24, 1997 | Times Wire Services
John Elway and Terrell Davis teamed up on two early scores, and the Denver Broncos routed the 49ers, 31-17, at Denver in the final exhibition game. Backup quarterback Jeff Lewis threw two third-quarter touchdown passes to Willie "Flipper" Anderson as Denver (3-2) dominated a San Francisco team plagued by turnovers and defensive lapses the last two preseason games. The 49ers (1-3) trailed, 31-3, until backup quarterback Jeff Brohm led them to two late scores.
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January 26, 1995 | STEVE SPRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It should have been a night of fun, a game of laughs for Steve Young. No Junior Seau to rattle his bones. No Reggie White to smack his helmet. No Charles Haley to crash into his chest. Instead, it was a night of aggravation, a game of frustration. Facing Seau, White and Haley can be bad. Facing Bill Musgrave might be worse. It was before the 1993 season.
SPORTS
December 29, 1993 | From Associated Press
Jeff Brohm, the Louisville senior who broke his right index finger in five places on Thanksgiving Day, completed 19 of 29 passes for 197 yards and threw the go-ahead touchdown in leading the 25th-ranked Cardinals over Michigan State, 18-7, Tuesday night in the Liberty Bowl. "Obviously it hurt," Brohm said. "I told myself before we came into the game, win or lose, I was going to make no excuses about it."
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September 26, 1993 | From Associated Press
On the second play of the game, Jeff Brohm connected with running back Ralph Dawkins on an 80-yard touchdown pass play, and that set the tone as No. 24 Louisville routed Texas, 41-10, Saturday. Dawkins finished the game with 117 rushing yards and three receptions for 95 yards. Brohm, who had a career-high 331 passing yards last week in a 35-17 victory over Arizona State, was 14 of 24 for 293 yards.
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September 6, 1991 | From Associated Press
Carl Pickens caught a 75-yard touchdown pass and scored on a 67-yard punt return as 11th-ranked Tennessee ended Louisville's eight-game winning streak with a 28-11 victory Thursday night. Freshmen Aaron Hayden and James Stewart added touchdown runs for the Volunteers before a record Cardinal Stadium crowd of 40,457. Tennessee (1-0) dominated the game despite five turnovers. The defending Southeastern Conference champions gained nearly twice as many yards as Louisville, 421-211.
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