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October 29, 1987 | TRACY DODDS MARK HICKEY..BD: Times Staff Writer
UCLA doesn't know exactly what to expect from Arizona State's offense in their Pacific 10 football game Saturday at Tempe, Ariz. No one even knows for sure who the starting quarterback will be. But one thing is certain--the Sun Devils will run the ball twice as much as they pass it, and clearing the way will be what UCLA Coach Terry Donahue considers the best offensive line in the conference, starring one of the best offensive linemen.
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August 9, 2009 | Associated Press
All that was missing were the chicken wings, because the Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony had a distinct Buffalo flavor. Bills owner Ralph Wilson opened by loosening up the crowd with a few humorous anecdotes. And the chants of "Bruuuce!" resounded through Fawcett Stadium on Saturday night, even before former Bills defensive end Bruce Smith had taken the podium. And once he took the stage, the cheers didn't stop for the player who had a record 200 sacks. Smith acknowledged the fans -- a large contingent wearing Bills jerseys -- by saying, "This certainly feels like a home game."
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February 26, 2000 | From Staff and Wire Reports
All-pro guard Randall McDaniel, formerly of the Minnesota Vikings, probably will sign a three-year contract next week with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who have made overhauling their offensive line a top priority. McDaniel's agent said Friday that McDaniel, 35, wants to play for Buccaneer Coach Tony Dungy, as well as be reunited with center and former Minnesota teammate Jeff Christy. Christy, the NFC's starting Pro Bowl center the last two years, signed a five-year, $17.
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September 18, 2000 | GARY KLEIN
Pittsburgh Steeler Coach Bill Cowher was steaming. And, for once, Kordell Stewart had nothing to do with it. Like just about everyone else at Cleveland Browns Stadium on Sunday, Cowher had watched in amazement as the Steelers' chance to send the game into overtime disappeared. Steeler quarterback Kent Graham was sacked by rookie Courtney Brown with eight seconds left, preserving the Browns' 23-20 victory. The Steelers had a first-and-goal at the Browns' nine-yard line with 35 seconds left.
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September 18, 2000 | GARY KLEIN
Pittsburgh Steeler Coach Bill Cowher was steaming. And, for once, Kordell Stewart had nothing to do with it. Like just about everyone else at Cleveland Browns Stadium on Sunday, Cowher had watched in amazement as the Steelers' chance to send the game into overtime disappeared. Steeler quarterback Kent Graham was sacked by rookie Courtney Brown with eight seconds left, preserving the Browns' 23-20 victory. The Steelers had a first-and-goal at the Browns' nine-yard line with 35 seconds left.
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August 26, 2000 | Robyn Norwood
1. ST. LOUIS RAMS They have Super Bowl MVP Kurt Warner, running back Marshall Faulk, a corps of speedy receivers, chemistry, character--and what every team needs, a proven backup quarterback: Trent Green. * Coach: Mike Martz (First year) * 1999 record: 13-3 * Newcomer to make an impact: Running back Trung Canidate. * Little-known fact: Schedule is tougher than last season's cakewalk, but still includes only four playoff teams.
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August 9, 2009 | Associated Press
All that was missing were the chicken wings, because the Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony had a distinct Buffalo flavor. Bills owner Ralph Wilson opened by loosening up the crowd with a few humorous anecdotes. And the chants of "Bruuuce!" resounded through Fawcett Stadium on Saturday night, even before former Bills defensive end Bruce Smith had taken the podium. And once he took the stage, the cheers didn't stop for the player who had a record 200 sacks. Smith acknowledged the fans -- a large contingent wearing Bills jerseys -- by saying, "This certainly feels like a home game."
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May 7, 1988
I read with amusement The Times' account of the National Football League draft. Larry Stewart criticized TV reporter Andrea Joyce for erroneously saying that Oklahoma State running back Thurman Thomas was from Oklahoma. Stewart wrote: "There's a big difference between Oklahoma and Oklahoma State." Then, on Page 15, The Times listed Arizona State All-American Randall McDaniel as being from Arizona. There's a big difference between Arizona and Arizona State. KENT SHAFER Thousand Oaks
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November 30, 2004
A streak of 200 consecutive starts is a rarity for any player. Twenty of the NFL's 32 teams publish a record for consecutive starts. Early press box statisticians did not consistently document starting lineups. Even the Packers cannot confirm if Brett Favre's streak is the longest in club history for a player because before 1962, lineups were not recorded at every game.
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January 4, 1991
Jim Shofner will not return as coach of the Cleveland Browns next season but will be the team's director of player personnel. Shofner's duties will include evaluating players on the team as well as those in the NFL and in the college ranks. Joe Montana was named All-Pro quarterback by Associated Press for the third time and was joined on the All-Pro team by San Francisco 49er teammates Jerry Rice at wide receiver, Ronnie Lott at safety and Charles Haley at outside linebacker.
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August 26, 2000 | Robyn Norwood
1. ST. LOUIS RAMS They have Super Bowl MVP Kurt Warner, running back Marshall Faulk, a corps of speedy receivers, chemistry, character--and what every team needs, a proven backup quarterback: Trent Green. * Coach: Mike Martz (First year) * 1999 record: 13-3 * Newcomer to make an impact: Running back Trung Canidate. * Little-known fact: Schedule is tougher than last season's cakewalk, but still includes only four playoff teams.
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March 2, 2000 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Randall McDaniel, an 11-time Pro Bowl selection, was added to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' revamped offensive line Wednesday, signing a three-year contract worth more than $6 million. The deal included a signing bonus of about $2 million. McDaniel, released by Minnesota in a salary-cap move Feb. 10, said he was fulfilling a desire to stay with a Super Bowl contender and work under Coach Tony Dungy, a one-time Viking assistant.
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October 29, 1987 | TRACY DODDS MARK HICKEY..BD: Times Staff Writer
UCLA doesn't know exactly what to expect from Arizona State's offense in their Pacific 10 football game Saturday at Tempe, Ariz. No one even knows for sure who the starting quarterback will be. But one thing is certain--the Sun Devils will run the ball twice as much as they pass it, and clearing the way will be what UCLA Coach Terry Donahue considers the best offensive line in the conference, starring one of the best offensive linemen.
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October 13, 2000
It is obvious Daunte Culpepper is playing well. Here's how well. He is completing 64% of his passes and has the fifth-best passer rating in the NFL (94.1). He is also one of only eight quarterbacks since 1960 to win his first five starts. The most recent? Warner last season. Tampa Bay offensive linemen Randall McDaniel and Jeff Christy made their return Monday to the Metrodome, where they were both longtime standouts for the Minnesota Vikings. It wasn't a warm welcome.
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