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August 24, 1994 | EARL GUSTKEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If you can remember drinking coffee, popping No-Doz and studying all night for a college economics exam, and then being grateful for getting a C, you'll find USC center Jeremy Hogue a very annoying guy. Hogue's 3.85 grade-point average ranks him No. 2 academically on the Trojan football team. He aspires to be a Rhodes scholar. So here, you figure, is a guy who has absolutely no fun, watches no TV, has no social life and either studies all night or arises at 3 a.m.
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May 28, 1995
USC offensive lineman Jeremy Hogue is one of the reasons the Trojans appear on most experts' college football preseason Top 10 lists for the 1995 campaign . But even his football prowess pales in comparison to his classroom performance and his community service work. Hogue, who carries a 3.9 grade point average, is an Academic All-American honors candidate and could become USC's first Rhodes Scholar athlete since quarterback Pat Haden.
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NEWS
May 28, 1995
USC offensive lineman Jeremy Hogue is one of the reasons the Trojans appear on most experts' college football preseason Top 10 lists for the 1995 campaign . But even his football prowess pales in comparison to his classroom performance and his community service work. Hogue, who carries a 3.9 grade point average, is an Academic All-American honors candidate and could become USC's first Rhodes Scholar athlete since quarterback Pat Haden.
SPORTS
August 24, 1994 | EARL GUSTKEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If you can remember drinking coffee, popping No-Doz and studying all night for a college economics exam, and then being grateful for getting a C, you'll find USC center Jeremy Hogue a very annoying guy. Hogue's 3.85 grade-point average ranks him No. 2 academically on the Trojan football team. He aspires to be a Rhodes scholar. So here, you figure, is a guy who has absolutely no fun, watches no TV, has no social life and either studies all night or arises at 3 a.m.
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September 14, 1990 | TOM HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For those who thought it would be years before El Toro High School produced another linebacker as good as Scott Ross (Class of '87) or a big lineman with the agility of Cory Wayland (Class of '88), meet linebacker Brian Haas and tackle Jeremy Hogue, the class of the Chargers' 1990 football team. Both are following in the footsteps of Ross (USC) and Wayland (UCLA), two former all-county stars who led El Toro to Southern Conference titles in 1986 and '87.
SPORTS
December 14, 1994 | From Staff and Wire Reports
David Shearer, a Dartmouth wide receiver from Santa Margarita High with a 3.58 grade-point average, was named to the GTE Academic All-American football first team. Jeremy Hogue, a USC offensive lineman from El Toro High, was a second-team selection.
SPORTS
December 20, 1995 | Associated Press
University of Oklahoma regents will meet today to appoint a search committee to find a replacement for Howard Schnellenberger, who unexpectedly resigned Monday after only one season as football coach at the school. One candidate could be John Blake, former Oklahoma player and assistant now coaching the Dallas Cowboys' defensive line. . . .
SPORTS
January 1, 1991 | TOM HAMILTON
El Toro High School linebacker Brian Haas and tackle Jeremy Hogue have made oral commitments to USC and will sign national letters of intent to attend the university on Feb. 6, according to Bob Johnson, former El Toro coach. Haas, a 6-foot-2, 217-pound senior, led El Toro with 52 lead tackles and 29 assists. He was a three-year starter and wore the same jersey number (33) as former El Toro standout Scott Ross, named the most valuable player at USC this season.
SPORTS
September 12, 1995 | EARL GUSTKEY
John Michels, the fifth-year senior who started his first game in Saturday's 45-7 victory over San Jose State, got a "solid" grade Monday from his position coach, Mike Barry. As a Trojan, Michels had been stuck behind two NFL first-round draft choices, first Willie McGinest and then Tony Boselli. Saturday, Michels played well at Boselli's old spot, left offensive tackle. Barry said only center Jeremy Hogue got a higher grade among the offensive linemen.
SPORTS
January 26, 1991
In other league games: El Toro 80, Mission Viejo 79 (2 OT)--The second overtime, during which El Toro took the lead and kept it, was somewhat uneventful compared to the fourth quarter and the first overtime. Bill Denny's 10-footer with four seconds left tied it at 66 at the end of regulation. And El Toro's Rob Johnson hit a 27-foot, three-pointer with four seconds left in the first overtime to erase a 71-68 deficit.
SPORTS
September 14, 1990 | TOM HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For those who thought it would be years before El Toro High School produced another linebacker as good as Scott Ross (Class of '87) or a big lineman with the agility of Cory Wayland (Class of '88), meet linebacker Brian Haas and tackle Jeremy Hogue, the class of the Chargers' 1990 football team. Both are following in the footsteps of Ross (USC) and Wayland (UCLA), two former all-county stars who led El Toro to Southern Conference titles in 1986 and '87.
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September 22, 1995 | EARL GUSTKEY
Injured cornerback Brian Kelly is listed as questionable for the Arizona game because of the ankle he sprained against Houston last week. He was in shorts and limping in practice this week. Freshman Daylon McCutcheon would start in Kelly's spot. Freshman kicker Adam Abrams was nursing a quadriceps pull this week, so freshman wide receiver Mike Bastianelli was asked to kick in practice. He put several balls in the end zone.
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December 28, 1995 | EARL GUSTKEY
This will be Keyshawn Johnson's second Rose Bowl game. Eleven years ago, at 12, when he was the USC ball boy/punt shagger/pad caddy, he rode to Pasadena early in the morning for the 1985 USC-Ohio State game, won by USC, 20-17. "I remember having to get up at 6:30, going to school and helping the equipment guys load up vans with stuff," he said. "I remember hanging up the uniforms in the lockers and during the game making sure we got field goal and conversion balls back.
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