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October 4, 1990 | STEVEN HERBERT
Former Cal State Fullerton standouts Mike Pringle and Reggie Redding are a step closer to making their NFL debuts after the Atlanta Falcons shifted them from injured reserve Wednesday to the new practice squad roster. Pringle and Redding were placed on injured reserve Sept. 5, barring them from playing or practicing for four weeks.
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October 4, 1990 | STEVEN HERBERT
Former Cal State Fullerton standouts Mike Pringle and Reggie Redding are a step closer to making their NFL debuts after the Atlanta Falcons shifted them from injured reserve Wednesday to the new practice squad roster. Pringle and Redding were placed on injured reserve Sept. 5, barring them from playing or practicing for four weeks.
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November 9, 1989 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Reggie Redding is barely 21, but he already has made peace with his lot in life, or at least in football, which is pretty much his life right now. Behind every great running back, there are the guys in front of him. Redding is one of the offensive linemen toiling for the glory of Mike Pringle, the Cal State Fullerton running back who tied the national single-game rushing record Saturday but didn't find out about it until Monday, when a five-yard statistical error was discovered.
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April 23, 1990 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Junior Seau got his wish and the San Diego Chargers got their man, which at the conclusion of Sunday's NFL draft, turned out to be the same thing. Seau, the USC linebacker who chose to forgo his senior season, was selected by the Chargers as the fifth player overall and the first of five Trojans to be selected by day's end.
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April 22, 1990 | MIKE PENNER
One more time, just for old times' sake, Reggie Redding will be out in front of Mike Pringle today. That was the Titan way for 11 Saturdays last fall--Redding, the gargantuan offensive tackle, clearing a route for Pringle, the compact tailback who didn't break Rueben Mayes' single-game rushing record, then did, then lost it six days later to Anthony Thompson. And that will be the way of the 1990 NFL draft--Redding going in first again, followed by Pringle a few yards behind.
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April 23, 1990 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Junior Seau got his wish and the San Diego Chargers got their man, which at the conclusion of Sunday's NFL draft, turned out to be the same thing. Seau, the USC linebacker who chose to forgo his senior season, was selected by the Chargers as the fifth player overall and the first of five Trojans to be selected by day's end.
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April 18, 1990 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Long postcards penned while spending the last three months at NFL meat markets . . . Mobile, Ala., Monday, Jan. 15 . Dear Mrs. Smagala, Just thought you'd like to know that your son, Stan, a tough little cornerback at Notre Dame, arrived here safe and sound for this week's 41st annual Senior Bowl. By the way, I don't think anyone warned Stan about the official National Scouting Weigh-In, an annual ritual solemnly conducted in the Azalea Room of the team hotel.
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November 28, 1989
Mike Pringle of Cal State Fullerton has been named the Big West Conference offensive player of the year by a vote of conference coaches. Pringle led the nation in all-purpose yardage this season and finished second to Anthony Thompson of Indiana in rushing, averaging 157 yards a game.
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November 29, 1989
Cal State Fullerton's three record-setting offensive players--running back Mike Pringle, quarterback Dan Speltz and receiver Rocky Palamara--shared the Titans' most valuable offensive back award, presented at the Fullerton football banquet Tuesday night. Other players voted most valuable by teammates were Reggie Redding (offensive lineman), Russ Oleyer (defensive back), John Bavaro (defensive lineman) and Todd Baird (special teams).
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August 5, 1993 | ERIC SHEPARD
The odds on making a hole in one are 12,999 to 1 for the average golfer. But David Warren, a plumber in Matthews, N.C., does not pay them much heed. Since taking up the game again last September after a 10-year hiatus, Warren has hit five aces. "Right before the third one, I told these guys I was playing with that I hadn't had a hole in one in three weeks," he said. "They looked at me like I was crazy. Then I knocked it up there and it went in the hole."
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April 22, 1990 | MIKE PENNER
One more time, just for old times' sake, Reggie Redding will be out in front of Mike Pringle today. That was the Titan way for 11 Saturdays last fall--Redding, the gargantuan offensive tackle, clearing a route for Pringle, the compact tailback who didn't break Rueben Mayes' single-game rushing record, then did, then lost it six days later to Anthony Thompson. And that will be the way of the 1990 NFL draft--Redding going in first again, followed by Pringle a few yards behind.
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April 18, 1990 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Long postcards penned while spending the last three months at NFL meat markets . . . Mobile, Ala., Monday, Jan. 15 . Dear Mrs. Smagala, Just thought you'd like to know that your son, Stan, a tough little cornerback at Notre Dame, arrived here safe and sound for this week's 41st annual Senior Bowl. By the way, I don't think anyone warned Stan about the official National Scouting Weigh-In, an annual ritual solemnly conducted in the Azalea Room of the team hotel.
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November 9, 1989 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Reggie Redding is barely 21, but he already has made peace with his lot in life, or at least in football, which is pretty much his life right now. Behind every great running back, there are the guys in front of him. Redding is one of the offensive linemen toiling for the glory of Mike Pringle, the Cal State Fullerton running back who tied the national single-game rushing record Saturday but didn't find out about it until Monday, when a five-yard statistical error was discovered.
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August 18, 1988 | ROBYN NORWOOD, Times Staff Writer
Cal State Fullerton's offensive linemen know they are the focus of a good portion of the Titans' preseason concerns. As center Marc Hauser puts it, "The finger is pointed to us." Fullerton lost four five-year players from last season's offensive line, which was considered the strength of that team. Now, they must rebuild. Or else. An offensive line isn't the sort of thing a team can take or leave as it chooses.
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