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April 16, 2010
AT HOUSTON When: 1 p.m. Where: Robertson Stadium. On the air: TV: Prime Ticket, TeleFutura; Radio: 690. Records: Chivas USA 1-2-0, Dynamo 1-1-1. Update: Chivas USA's first victory of the season, a 2-0 win over the previously unbeaten New York Red Bulls in Carson, came at a price. Canadian international defender Ante Jazic has been sidelined for four to six weeks after suffering a right knee sprain in the game and Cuban forward Maykel Galindo is out for two weeks after spraining his left ankle.
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April 16, 2010
AT HOUSTON When: 1 p.m. Where: Robertson Stadium. On the air: TV: Prime Ticket, TeleFutura; Radio: 690. Records: Chivas USA 1-2-0, Dynamo 1-1-1. Update: Chivas USA's first victory of the season, a 2-0 win over the previously unbeaten New York Red Bulls in Carson, came at a price. Canadian international defender Ante Jazic has been sidelined for four to six weeks after suffering a right knee sprain in the game and Cuban forward Maykel Galindo is out for two weeks after spraining his left ankle.
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May 3, 2008 | Lisa Dillman
at Houston, 5:30 PDT, FSN West (8:30, tape delay) Site -- Robertson Stadium Radio -- 690. Records -- Chivas 1-3-1, Dynamo, 0-2-3. Record vs. Dynamo (2007) -- 0-2-1. Update -- The Dynamo is searching for its first win in 2008, and Chivas USA's drought in Houston extends a bit longer, having never won there, going 0-4-1. Of shorter-term note, Chivas USA has lost its last three games. The Dynamo will be without defender Eddie Robinson, who will be serving the first of a three-game suspension for violent contact with Tyson Wahl of Kansas City last Saturday.
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May 3, 2008 | Lisa Dillman
at Houston, 5:30 PDT, FSN West (8:30, tape delay) Site -- Robertson Stadium Radio -- 690. Records -- Chivas 1-3-1, Dynamo, 0-2-3. Record vs. Dynamo (2007) -- 0-2-1. Update -- The Dynamo is searching for its first win in 2008, and Chivas USA's drought in Houston extends a bit longer, having never won there, going 0-4-1. Of shorter-term note, Chivas USA has lost its last three games. The Dynamo will be without defender Eddie Robinson, who will be serving the first of a three-game suspension for violent contact with Tyson Wahl of Kansas City last Saturday.
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September 16, 1998 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER
The weather forecast for the Gulf Coast region doesn't offer encouraging news. Tropical Storm Frances, which made land last Friday and doused the Houston area, has passed, but rain is predicted for at least portions of the rest of the week. The visit to Robertson Stadium on Saturday already was looking underwhelming enough for fourth-ranked UCLA. The Bruins play a bad opponent, one week after facing Texas and a week before facing Miami.
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September 18, 1998 | CHRIS DUFRESNE SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER
No. 4 UCLA (1-0) at HOUSTON (0-2) * Kickoff: 12:30 p.m., FX * Story line: The marquee games of the Bruins' nonconference schedule--home vs. Texas, at Miami--bookend the trip to 20,500-seat Robertson Stadium for what should be a blowout. UCLA won last season at the Rose Bowl, 66-10, as Cade McNown passed for four touchdowns and 297 yards in the first half alone. * UCLA update: The Bruins have said all the right things about not looking past Houston, but will human nature prevail?
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July 15, 1994
Paulinho scored two goals and the Salsa defeated Houston, 3-0, in a American Professional Soccer League game Thursday at Robertson Stadium in Houston. Paulinho started the scoring with a header in the 26th minute. The goal came off a cross from Mike Fox, who had worked the ball down the right side and then kicked it into the penalty box, where Paulinho was stationed. Paulinho added his second goal 22 minutes into the second half when he scored from about 10 yards.
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September 18, 1998 | CHRIS DUFRESNE SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER
No. 4 UCLA (1-0) at HOUSTON (0-2) * Kickoff: 12:30 p.m., FX * Story line: The marquee games of the Bruins' nonconference schedule--home vs. Texas, at Miami--bookend the trip to 20,500-seat Robertson Stadium for what should be a blowout. UCLA won last season at the Rose Bowl, 66-10, as Cade McNown passed for four touchdowns and 297 yards in the first half alone. * UCLA update: The Bruins have said all the right things about not looking past Houston, but will human nature prevail?
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September 16, 1998 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER
The weather forecast for the Gulf Coast region doesn't offer encouraging news. Tropical Storm Frances, which made land last Friday and doused the Houston area, has passed, but rain is predicted for at least portions of the rest of the week. The visit to Robertson Stadium on Saturday already was looking underwhelming enough for fourth-ranked UCLA. The Bruins play a bad opponent, one week after facing Texas and a week before facing Miami.
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