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October 19, 2004 | Chris Dufresne, Times Staff Writer
When Mike Price was hired as Texas El Paso's football coach, one of the residual questions became: How lucky can one quarterback family from Southern California get? "There definitely are some parallels there," UTEP sophomore quarterback Jordan Palmer said, smiling, after a recent workout. The career of former USC star quarterback Carson Palmer was transformed after the Trojans hired offensive coordinator Norm Chow in 2001.
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June 16, 2008 | Josh Katzowitz, Special to The Times
CINCINNATI -- Thirty-five minutes after workouts are finished -- and the vast majority of his teammates have departed the Cincinnati Bengals practice field -- Carson Palmer continues throwing to his young receivers. They're rookies, so, at times, Palmer actually must coach them. Here's how you run a route, he might say. Here's how you catch the pass I'm throwing. Here's how we do things in Cincinnati. Across the field, Jordan Palmer is working just as hard.
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June 16, 2008 | Josh Katzowitz, Special to The Times
CINCINNATI -- Thirty-five minutes after workouts are finished -- and the vast majority of his teammates have departed the Cincinnati Bengals practice field -- Carson Palmer continues throwing to his young receivers. They're rookies, so, at times, Palmer actually must coach them. Here's how you run a route, he might say. Here's how you catch the pass I'm throwing. Here's how we do things in Cincinnati. Across the field, Jordan Palmer is working just as hard.
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December 30, 2004 | From Associated Press
Joel Klatt saw his receiver streaking behind the defense, reared back and threw deep. Then, everything went blank. Klatt didn't realize what happened next until some teammates helped him off the turf a few seconds later. "I couldn't tell you what happened," Klatt said. The result was a game-winning 39-yard touchdown pass to Evan Judge, helping Colorado to a 33-28 victory over Texas El Paso in the Houston Bowl on Wednesday. "The linemen told me [about the score]," he said, "when they picked me up."
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December 30, 2004 | From Associated Press
Joel Klatt saw his receiver streaking behind the defense, reared back and threw deep. Then, everything went blank. Klatt didn't realize what happened next until some teammates helped him off the turf a few seconds later. "I couldn't tell you what happened," Klatt said. The result was a game-winning 39-yard touchdown pass to Evan Judge, helping Colorado to a 33-28 victory over Texas El Paso in the Houston Bowl on Wednesday. "The linemen told me [about the score]," he said, "when they picked me up."
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December 1, 2001 | Patrick Laverty
Mission Viejo 41, Alta Loma 0--The Diablos led 14-0 before Alta Loma had a first down in a semifinal victory at Chaffey High. Robbie Dubois finished with 149 yards and two touchdowns in 24 carries for Mission Viejo (13-0). The Mission Viejo defense held Alta Loma to 64 yards rushing, with most of that coming late in the game against the reserves. Jordan Palmer had 124 yards passing and one touchdown on six of 14 passing.
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February 5, 2002
Mission Viejo running back Robbie Dubois, The Times' Orange County player of the year, will sign with Fresno State on Wednesday, the first day recruits can sign with colleges, Diablo Coach Bob Johnson said. Other Mission Viejo players to commit are linebacker Ryan Powdrell, also to the Bulldogs; cornerback Joe Fleskoski to California, and quarterback Jordan Palmer to Texas El Paso. Fred Matua, a 6-foot-2, 280-pound two-way lineman at Wilmington Banning High, has committed to USC.
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January 31, 2008 | Dylan Hernandez, Grahame L. Jones, From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Umpires are furious that Major League Baseball has sent investigators to their hometowns, asking neighbors a series of questions that include whether the umpires belong to the Ku Klux Klan. "The questions that we found out are being asked are about beating wives, marijuana use and extravagant parties," World Umpires Assn. President John Hirschbeck said by telephone Wednesday. "And then finally with this whole thing about the Ku Klux Klan."
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December 21, 2005 | LONNIE WHITE
TEXAS EL PASO (8-3) VS. TOLEDO (8-3) Tonight, 5 PST, Mobile, Ala., ESPN Line: Toledo by 3. Update: In his second season at Texas El Paso, Coach Mike Price led the Miners to a second-place finish in Conference USA's West Division. UTEP can move the ball with the nation's sixth-ranked passing offense. Quarterback Jordan Palmer, brother of Carson Palmer, has thrown for 3,340 yards and 28 touchdowns but struggled late in the season.
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October 2, 2003 | From Times Wire Services
Idaho fullback Keith Greer, a former Santa Ana Mater Dei standout who fought for his life after complications developed following surgery for a broken leg he sustained Aug. 30 against Washington State, has been released from Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. Vandal Coach Tom Cable said doctors expect Greer to make a full recovery. Greer, a sophomore, developed acute respiratory distress syndrome after his Aug. 31 operation.
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October 19, 2004 | Chris Dufresne, Times Staff Writer
When Mike Price was hired as Texas El Paso's football coach, one of the residual questions became: How lucky can one quarterback family from Southern California get? "There definitely are some parallels there," UTEP sophomore quarterback Jordan Palmer said, smiling, after a recent workout. The career of former USC star quarterback Carson Palmer was transformed after the Trojans hired offensive coordinator Norm Chow in 2001.
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August 31, 2008 | From the Associated Press
Running back Rudi Johnson and offensive tackle Willie Anderson were released by the Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday as part of their moves to get to the 53-man roster limit. Johnson, who ran for a club-record 1,458 yards in 2005, missed most of camp because of a hamstring injury. Chris Perry, a first-round pick in 2004, will move into the starting job. Anderson was the longest tenured Bengal, having played 12 seasons in Cincinnati. Jeff Rowe was waived, leaving Jordan Palmer -- the younger brother of starter Carson Palmer -- as the No. 3 quarterback.
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July 16, 1993 | From Associated Press
They were five deep at the tees and five deep at the greens, with the rest strung along the ropes surrounding the fairways. They came to see Michael Jordan, king of the basketball courts, play golf with Arnold Palmer, king of the fairways. What normally would have been a crowd of about 5,000 for a pro-am round of the seniors tournament at Stonebridge Country Club on Thursday swelled to an estimated 17,500.
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