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February 19, 1989 | J. MICHAEL KENNEDY, Times Staff Writer
In this land of oil derricks and rolling fields, Barry Switzer is King. As coach of the University of Oklahoma's football team, he is master of the state, more famous than the Governor and, perhaps, more powerful. Under Switzer, who has coached here for 16 years, the Sooners have won three national championships since 1974, and Switzer has the best winning percentage of any active college coach.
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November 23, 1989
Former Oklahoma football players Nigel Clay and Bernard Hall were sentenced Wednesday to 10 years in prison and ordered to pay $10,000 in fines for raping an Oklahoma City woman in the athletic dormitory last Jan. 21. Clay, of Fontana, and Hall, of Detroit, were convicted by a jury last week. Both men waived their right to wait 10 days before starting their sentences and were returned to the custody of the Cleveland County sheriff's department.
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November 23, 1989
Former Oklahoma football players Nigel Clay and Bernard Hall were sentenced Wednesday to 10 years in prison and ordered to pay $10,000 in fines for raping an Oklahoma City woman in the athletic dormitory last Jan. 21. Clay, of Fontana, and Hall, of Detroit, were convicted by a jury last week. Both men waived their right to wait 10 days before starting their sentences and were returned to the custody of the Cleveland County sheriff's department.
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November 18, 1989
Former Oklahoma football player Glen Bell was found not guilty of first-degree rape Friday, a few hours after the same jury in Norman, Okla., convicted his teammates, Nigel Clay and Bernard Hall, of raping a woman in an athletic dormitory. District Attorney Tully McCoy said the 20-year-old Oklahoma City woman who had testified she was raped at least three times on Jan. 21 was "satisfied that two of the people who raped her will be punished."
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February 17, 1989 | Associated Press
The University of Oklahoma student newspaper and the state's three largest publications are all saying it's time for football Coach Barry Switzer to resign. The Daily Oklahoman reiterated what it said in 1982, that Switzer should quit. The Oklahoma City newspaper cited the recent arrests of five football players on various felony charges, including rape and drug dealing, in its editorial. "Other newspapers have recently called for Switzer's ouster.
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April 11, 1989
A 20-year-old woman who told police she was raped in the Oklahoma University athletic dormitory in January testified that she could not identify the men who assaulted her because the room was dark. The woman testified at a Norman, Okla. preliminary hearing that will determine whether Oklahoma football players Nigel Clay, Glen Bell and Bernard Hall should stand trial for the Jan. 21 incident. The victim said she went to Norman for a double date. She testified they went to a room in the athletic dormitory, then to a liquor store and returned to the dorm.
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February 19, 1989 | J. MICHAEL KENNEDY, Times Staff Writer
In this land of oil derricks and rolling fields, Barry Switzer is King. As coach of the University of Oklahoma's football team, he is master of the state, more famous than the Governor and, perhaps, more powerful. Under Switzer, who has coached here for 16 years, the Sooners have won three national championships since 1974, and Switzer has the best winning percentage of any active college coach.
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April 11, 1989
A 20-year-old woman who told police she was raped in the Oklahoma University athletic dormitory in January testified that she could not identify the men who assaulted her because the room was dark. The woman testified at a Norman, Okla. preliminary hearing that will determine whether Oklahoma football players Nigel Clay, Glen Bell and Bernard Hall should stand trial for the Jan. 21 incident. The victim said she went to Norman for a double date. She testified they went to a room in the athletic dormitory, then to a liquor store and returned to the dorm.
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November 18, 1989
Former Oklahoma football player Glen Bell was found not guilty of first-degree rape Friday, a few hours after the same jury in Norman, Okla., convicted his teammates, Nigel Clay and Bernard Hall, of raping a woman in an athletic dormitory. District Attorney Tully McCoy said the 20-year-old Oklahoma City woman who had testified she was raped at least three times on Jan. 21 was "satisfied that two of the people who raped her will be punished."
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February 17, 1989 | Associated Press
The University of Oklahoma student newspaper and the state's three largest publications are all saying it's time for football Coach Barry Switzer to resign. The Daily Oklahoman reiterated what it said in 1982, that Switzer should quit. The Oklahoma City newspaper cited the recent arrests of five football players on various felony charges, including rape and drug dealing, in its editorial. "Other newspapers have recently called for Switzer's ouster.
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