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September 23, 1993 | JIM HODGES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Stanford's Justin Armour is that guy you hated in high school, the guy your girlfriend daydreamed about in chemistry class and the guy you still voted for for student body president. The top passer and runner on the football team, he also kicked, returned kicks and played safety. Made AAU All-American in track and field in the long jump and high jump.
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September 23, 1993 | JIM HODGES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Stanford's Justin Armour is that guy you hated in high school, the guy your girlfriend daydreamed about in chemistry class and the guy you still voted for for student body president. The top passer and runner on the football team, he also kicked, returned kicks and played safety. Made AAU All-American in track and field in the long jump and high jump.
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August 15, 1996 | Associated Press
Defensive lineman Bruce Walker, injured before camp while playing catch with a knife, was released by the New England Patriots. He was hit in the chest by a steak knife while tossing it with a friend in a supermarket parking lot, but was not seriously injured. * Cincinnati guard Kevin Sargent will not play this season because of a neck injury that required surgery Tuesday for a herniated disk. Sargent complained of numbness and stiffness after the Aug. 3 exhibition against Indianapolis.
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October 27, 1994 | JIM HODGES
Only a week after having to deal with Arizona receiver Richard Dice, who is 6 feet 2, UCLA's Teddy Lawrence will be looking up again on Saturday. Make that farther up, at 6-6 Justin Armour, Stanford's leading receiver. Lawrence, a 5-9 cornerback, struggled with Dice, particularly on an eight-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter. Lawrence never had a chance on a perfectly thrown ball. "That's really the only place where the receiver has an advantage on me: at the goal line," he said.
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October 25, 1994 | EARL GUSTKEY
Offensive tackle Tony Boselli has been awarded an $18,000 postgraduate fellowship by the National Football Foundation and the College Hall of Fame. A 6-foot-8, 320-pound senior, Boselli is a business administration major who made the 1991 and 1992 Pacific 10 Conference all-academic teams. He will be honored Dec. 6 at a banquet in New York with eight other recipients, among them Stanford's Justin Armour.
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September 18, 1994 | From Associated Press
Stanford has nine rushing touchdowns in two games this year, matching its total for all of last season. And the running game was the key Saturday in a 51-20 victory over San Jose State. Sure, Steve Stenstrom had three scoring passes and tied Jim Plunkett as the winningest quarterback in Stanford history. But he didn't throw in the first quarter as the Cardinal established its running game.
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September 27, 1992 | From Associated Press
Some defensive wizardry and an onside kick that went backward finally gave the staggering Stanford offense a jump start in Saturday's 37-13 victory over San Jose State. Steve Stenstrom's 26-yard touchdown pass to Justin Armour began a 21-point fourth-quarter flurry that allowed the 19th-ranked Cardinal to pull away for its third consecutive victory and first over the Spartans since 1988.
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December 20, 1999 | From Associated Press
The Baltimore Ravens still have a shot at a winning season and a chance to compete in the playoffs. Mike Ditka can only hope for the opportunity to do the same next season with the New Orleans Saints. Tony Banks threw three touchdown passes and the Ravens tied a team record with four interceptions Sunday in a 31-8 rout of the listless Saints. The victory gave Baltimore (7-7) a three-game winning streak for only the second time in the team's four-year history.
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October 4, 1999 | From Associated Press
The defending NFC champion Atlanta Falcons reached a new low Sunday, becoming the first Super Bowl team in a non-strike year to start 0-4, losing to the Baltimore Ravens, 19-13, in overtime. The end was stunning--Stoney Case throwing a 54-yard touchdown pass to Justin Armour just 2:29 into the extra period--but the frustration of the Falcons' season was epitomized by a disgraceful episode in the third quarter.
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October 31, 1993 | From Associated Press
Stanford got a lift from a couple of unexpected sources Saturday, helping the Cardinal end its longest losing streak in three years. Split end Mark Harris caught six passes, two for touchdowns, and flanker Andre Kirwan, making his first start, caught nine for 153 yards, including one for a touchdown, as Stanford held off Oregon State, 31-27. The victory ended a four-game losing streak for the Cardinal (3-5 overall, 1-4 Pacific 10).
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