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November 17, 1993 | EARL GUSTKEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Football junkies. No other term seems to fit Mike and Joe Barry. They are a father-son team, a couple of vagabonds serving life sentences in football. And neither would have it any other way. Mike, 47, is USC's offensive line coach. Joe, 23, a USC senior, will start at inside linebacker Saturday when the Trojans play UCLA in the Rose Bowl decider at the Coliseum. You would think these two would have wound up on the same team before this, but they missed connecting twice before.
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April 12, 2014 | By Gary Klein
Numerous USC linebackers coaches helped Hayes Pullard on his way to becoming a projected four-year starter for the Trojans. Joe Barry coached him as a freshman, Scottie Hazelton as a sophomore and Mike Ekeler as a junior. Now, Peter Sirmon is preparing the fifth-year senior for his final season. As the Trojans completed their third week of spring workouts on Saturday, Pullard said he was looking forward to a few more practices before next week's finale at the Coliseum.
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April 12, 2014 | By Gary Klein
Numerous USC linebackers coaches helped Hayes Pullard on his way to becoming a projected four-year starter for the Trojans. Joe Barry coached him as a freshman, Scottie Hazelton as a sophomore and Mike Ekeler as a junior. Now, Peter Sirmon is preparing the fifth-year senior for his final season. As the Trojans completed their third week of spring workouts on Saturday, Pullard said he was looking forward to a few more practices before next week's finale at the Coliseum.
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November 17, 1993 | EARL GUSTKEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Football junkies. No other term seems to fit Mike and Joe Barry. They are a father-son team, a couple of vagabonds serving life sentences in football. And neither would have it any other way. Mike, 47, is USC's offensive line coach. Joe, 23, a USC senior, will start at inside linebacker Saturday when the Trojans play UCLA in the Rose Bowl decider at the Coliseum. You would think these two would have wound up on the same team before this, but they missed connecting twice before.
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November 3, 1988 | Associated Press
Joe Barry Carroll, the No. 1 choice in the 1980 National Basketball Assn. draft, was acquired by the New Jersey Nets Wednesday in a six-player deal with the Houston Rockets. The Nets also got guard Lester Conner from the Rockets and sent guards Frank Johnson and Lorenzo Romar, swingman Tony Brown and 7-foot 1-inch center Tim McCormick to Houston. The 7-1 Carroll, acquired by Houston from Golden State in December, played in 77 games last season. He averaged 12.
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October 31, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Phoenix Suns waived center Joe Barry Carroll and placed guard Trent Tucker on the injured list, reducing their roster to 13.
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August 17, 1985
The Cadillac Cup will be at stake Sunday when Cadillac USA plays the International All-Stars in the Cadillac International polo match at 3 p.m. at the Santa Barbara Polo Club. Cadillac USA's lineup includes Graham Bray, Tommy Wayan, Bart Evans and Joe Barry, while the All-Stars have Willie Naish, Daniel Gonzales and Eduardo Moore of Argentina, and Rob Walton of the United States.
NEWS
December 20, 1988
A reporter in a Ventura radio station's traffic plane helped police apprehend a burglary suspect they had chased for more than 40 minutes. KVEN-AM reporter Rich Gualano provided police with directions as they wound their way through Ventura, Santa Paula and over three freeways before capturing Terry Joe Barry, 28, of Ventura, for allegedly stealing a television set from a motel.
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August 18, 1985
The Cadillac International polo match is scheduled today at 3 p.m. at the Santa Barbara Polo Club in Carpinteria, with a United States all-star team headed by pros Tommy Wayman, Bart Evans and Joe Barry facing an international team led by Daniel Gonzales and Eduardo Moore of Argentina. The event is a benefit for the Institute for Cancer and Blood Research in Beverly Hills. Andy Granatelli is the chairman of the institute.
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November 3, 1988
Joe Barry Carroll, the No.1 pick in the 1980 National Basketball Assn. draft, was acquired Wednesday by the New Jersey Nets in a six-player deal with the Houston Rockets. The Nets also received guard Lester Conner from the Rockets in exchange for guards Frank Johnson, Lorenzo Romar, swingman Tony Brown and 7-foot 1-inch center Tim McCormick. The 7-1 carroll was acquired by Houston from Golden State in December, playing in 77 games during the season. He averaged 12.7 points and had 489 rebounds.
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November 3, 1988 | Associated Press
Joe Barry Carroll, the No. 1 choice in the 1980 National Basketball Assn. draft, was acquired by the New Jersey Nets Wednesday in a six-player deal with the Houston Rockets. The Nets also got guard Lester Conner from the Rockets and sent guards Frank Johnson and Lorenzo Romar, swingman Tony Brown and 7-foot 1-inch center Tim McCormick to Houston. The 7-1 Carroll, acquired by Houston from Golden State in December, played in 77 games last season. He averaged 12.
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January 15, 1987 | GORDON EDES, Times Staff Writer
It's not true that defense is as foreign to the Bay Area as Herb Caen says culture is to L.A. The Bay Area, remember, gave us the famous Twinkie defense in a murder trial. The San Francisco 49ers' secondary operates there. So does the Giants' outfield. Anyone who has seen Ronnie Lott make a tackle, Willie Mays make a catch, or Melvin Belli protect a client can attest to the existence of defense there.
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