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August 25, 1994 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Page 87 of the inch-thick Notre Dame media guide belongs almost entirely to quarterback Ron Powlus, which is interesting because Powlus has spent more time behind X-ray machines than centers. Powlus has never taken a snap that counts at Notre Dame, thrown a pass that matters, made a handoff worth remembering. He hasn't played in a game, even been in uniform for one. He has, however, become close personal friends with the Irish team doctors and trainers.
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August 25, 1994 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Page 87 of the inch-thick Notre Dame media guide belongs almost entirely to quarterback Ron Powlus, which is interesting because Powlus has spent more time behind X-ray machines than centers. Powlus has never taken a snap that counts at Notre Dame, thrown a pass that matters, made a handoff worth remembering. He hasn't played in a game, even been in uniform for one. He has, however, become close personal friends with the Irish team doctors and trainers.
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August 27, 1993 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Notre Dame Coach Lou Holtz doesn't waste his Shecky Greene A-material on just anyone, which is why you can bet that before season's end, freshman Ron Powlus will be the starting quarterback for the Irish. Just the other night on "Larry King Live," Holtz was asked, point-blank, who would be running his offense. Holtz stared into the eye of the camera and delivered the company line. Senior Kevin McDougal is his starter . . . junior Paul Failla has had a boffo fall camp and is right there . . .
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August 27, 1993 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Notre Dame Coach Lou Holtz doesn't waste his Shecky Greene A-material on just anyone, which is why you can bet that before season's end, freshman Ron Powlus will be the starting quarterback for the Irish. Just the other night on "Larry King Live," Holtz was asked, point-blank, who would be running his offense. Holtz stared into the eye of the camera and delivered the company line. Senior Kevin McDougal is his starter . . . junior Paul Failla has had a boffo fall camp and is right there . . .
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August 27, 1993 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Penn State fans, more spoiled than frat boys with trust funds, began grumbling shortly after last October's defeat by Miami. Full-fledged whining commenced in Un-Happy Valley after a homecoming defeat by Boston College, which was later followed by some serious second-guessing when the Nittany Lions were beaten by Brigham Young, Notre Dame and, to top it all off, Stanford in the Jan. 1 Blockbuster Bowl.
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