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August 25, 1985 | United Press International
Seattle Seahawk Coach Chuck Knox often uses cliches to express himself and critics say his teams are predictable. But Knox has made the Seahawks an NFL power and his stature has risen to that held by Don Shula, Chuck Noll and Tom Landry. In a 12-year career that has taken him from the Los Angeles Rams to Buffalo and Seattle, Knox has compiled a 112-62-1 record, a winning percentage of .643 that ranks second among active head coaches with more than 100 victories.
September 3, 1996 | ALLAN MALAMUD
Tommy Prothro pulled a trick play out of his briefcase occasionally. . . . Terry Donohue often saved one or two for USC. . . . But if Bob Toledo lives up to his word, he is going to be the first UCLA football coach to use at least one trick play every game. . . . And, would you believe it, he's going to name them for local newspapers. . . . "Every week we'll pull the name of a local newspaper out of a hat and call our trick play the Daily Bruin-or-whatever play of the game," Toledo said.
September 8, 1989 | STEVE LOWERY, Times Staff Writer
Hudson Houck will be diagramming trust just after he's through punching at the air to show why sumo wrestlers make great pulling guards. The art of the sale never stops, and neither does the man who is never far from a magic marker and an explanation. "Trust. Trust is so important, trusting that the other guy is going to be there. Let me show you why," he said.
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