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March 11, 1990
The New England Patriots named Rod Humenuik, a Los Angeles native, as offensive line coach; former Raider assistant Charlie Sumner as defensive coordinator and secondary coach; and Southern Methodist defensive coordinator Dale Lindsey as defensive line coach.
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March 11, 1990
The New England Patriots named Rod Humenuik, a Los Angeles native, as offensive line coach; former Raider assistant Charlie Sumner as defensive coordinator and secondary coach; and Southern Methodist defensive coordinator Dale Lindsey as defensive line coach.
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December 27, 1989 | From Associated Press
Joe Walton was fired Tuesday after seven years as coach of the New York Jets. Walton's staff also was fired by new General Manager Dick Steinberg. The Jets finished the season 4-12, their worst record under Walton, who was 53-57-1. "What we've done is tell Joe Walton and his staff that we're going to make a change," Steinberg said. "Mike Hickey (director of player personnel) has tendered his resignation.
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December 26, 1989 | From Associated Press
The expected shake-up of the New York Jets began today with the firing of Coach Joe Walton and his staff. The dismissal ended weeks of speculation, which intensified last week with the hiring of Dick Steinberg as general manager. Steinberg--the Jets' first GM in 12 years--met with Walton early this morning and made the announcement at an afternoon press conference. "Basically, what we've done is to tell Joe Walton and his staff that we're going to make a change," Steinberg said.
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September 7, 1994 | ALLAN MALAMUD
The Rocket Ismail-to-tailback campaign continues. . . . I'm not advocating a heavy work load for a 180-pounder who might not be durable. . . . Just give the ball to the Rocket a dozen times a game and watch the Raider rushing attack take off. . . . Of course, it can't get any worse. . . . The Raiders' leading rusher against San Francisco on Monday night was fullback Tom Rathman with 12 yards. Tailbacks Ty Montgomery and Harvey Williams combined for 12. The net was 34 yards in 20 carries for a 1.
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December 18, 1986 | MAL FLORENCE, Times Staff Writer
Don't tell O.J. Simpson that USC can't be as dominant in football now as it was in the past. The former USC Heisman Trophy winner doesn't buy it. Simpson also believes that if the Trojans want to return to the kind of glory years they had under John McKay and John Robinson, the school should hire a former USC assistant coach. Dave Levy and Paul Hackett are high on his list, and he also mentioned Don Lindsey, Dick Coury and Rod Humenuik.
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September 5, 1989 | STEVE SPRINGER, Times Staff Writer
The USC Trojans saw the future without quarterback Rodney Peete Monday. And it's filled with zeroes. Beginning a new season with a new offense, the best USC could manage Monday night at the Coliseum was a couple of field goals and a touchdown by its special teams in losing to the University of Illinois, 14-13. It was generally assumed the Trojans would have trouble throwing the ball with redshirt freshman Todd Marinovich at quarterback.
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November 16, 1988 | SALLY JENKINS, The Washington Post
Doug Flutie is a shaggy little thing, with all that brown hair falling down his neck onto the collar of his shapeless T-shirt, and a pair of nondescript baggy jeans that fold around his worn-in sneakers. His hair flops around while he rushes from one game to another, anything he can lay his hands on, a bowling ball or a pool stick, as games are the only things that have ever truly held his attention.
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February 3, 1985 | TERRY FREI, Denver Post
If you are a National Football League assistant coach, you know the rules. You have little security. You can go at the whim of a head coach, an owner or a general manager. You already have enough familiarity with the moving-van companies to write an article for Consumer Reports--or will soon. The head coach's job might be in danger; and if he goes, so, almost certainly, do you.
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January 26, 1986 | RICH ROBERTS, Times Staff Writer
Mike Ditka summed up his week's Super Bowl experience one day when he said: "Every so often I roll over in bed and pinch myself (and ask), 'Do you realize where you're at?' " Coach, if you don't know by now, heaven help you. It's been in all the papers: the ungrammatical rhetoric, your quarterback's sore derriere, analysis leading to paralysis. Who can bear any more? There is nothing left to say, and so NBC will say it at 2:02 p.m.
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