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March 6, 1985
Ron Turner, the quarterback coach at the University of Pittsburgh the past two seasons, has been hired to handle the same duty at USC, it was announced Tuesday. Turner, 31, succeeds his older brother, Norval, as the USC quarterback coach. Norval left the school last month after nine years as an assistant to become an assistant with the Rams.
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September 12, 2003 | Mike DiGiovanna and Robyn Norwood, Times Staff Writers
UCLA isn't ranked in the top 25, but listening to Illinois Coach Ron Turner, who must have gone to the Lou Holtz School of Sandbagging, you'd think the Bruins were national title contenders. "They're very talented, very well-coached, and they've got a big offensive line -- not just big, but good," Turner, whose team plays UCLA at the Rose Bowl on Saturday, said in a conference call this week.
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January 22, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Ron Turner, Stanford's offensive coordinator the past three seasons, was selected head coach at San Jose State, succeeding Terry Shea as the two essentially traded places. Shea, 15-6-2 in two seasons as San Jose State's coach, left last Thursday to become assistant head coach and offensive coordinator under new Stanford Coach Bill Walsh.
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December 3, 1996 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Ron Turner, the offensive coordinator of the Chicago Bears, was hired Monday as the football coach at Illinois, which is coming off its worst season since 1968. Turner, a former coach at San Jose State, signed a five-year contract. He succeeds Lou Tepper, who was fired last month after five seasons and a 25-31-2 record. Illinois finished this season 2-9 overall and 1-7 in the Big Ten.
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February 3, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
San Jose State is looking for a new head football coach after Ron Turner's decision to become the Chicago Bears' offensive coordinator. "It was an opportunity I felt does not come around very often, and I had to take that challenge," Turner said of the offer from new Bear Coach Dave Wannstedt. Turner, 39, was at San Jose one season, leading them to a 7-4 record and second place in the Big West Conference. San Jose ranked 15th nationally in scoring, averaging 30 points a game.
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January 6, 1987 | MAL FLORENCE
Ron Turner was the only member of Ted Tollner's staff who was retained by Larry Smith, the new USC football coach, who will bring eight of his assistants with him from Arizona. Smith, who was named USC's coach Friday, picked his staff Monday.
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January 21, 1992 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It appears as if Cal State Fullerton football Coach Gene Murphy will be the runner-up in a San Jose State coaching derby for the second time in three years. Ron Turner, former offensive coordinator at Stanford, is expected to be named head coach at San Jose State today at an 11 a.m. news conference, according to reports in today's editions of the San Jose Mercury News.
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September 12, 2003 | Mike DiGiovanna and Robyn Norwood, Times Staff Writers
UCLA isn't ranked in the top 25, but listening to Illinois Coach Ron Turner, who must have gone to the Lou Holtz School of Sandbagging, you'd think the Bruins were national title contenders. "They're very talented, very well-coached, and they've got a big offensive line -- not just big, but good," Turner, whose team plays UCLA at the Rose Bowl on Saturday, said in a conference call this week.
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December 3, 1996 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Ron Turner, the offensive coordinator of the Chicago Bears, was hired Monday as the football coach at Illinois, which is coming off its worst season since 1968. Turner, a former coach at San Jose State, signed a five-year contract. He succeeds Lou Tepper, who was fired last month after five seasons and a 25-31-2 record. Illinois finished this season 2-9 overall and 1-7 in the Big Ten.
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February 9, 1993 | BOB OATES
The Turner family will be uniquely represented in the NFL by two offensive coordinators next season when Norv Turner begins his third year with the Dallas Cowboys and brother Ron starts his first with the Chicago Bears. Ron is moving from San Jose State to join Norv's former Dallas associate, Dave Wannstedt, new coach of the Bears.
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February 3, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
San Jose State is looking for a new head football coach after Ron Turner's decision to become the Chicago Bears' offensive coordinator. "It was an opportunity I felt does not come around very often, and I had to take that challenge," Turner said of the offer from new Bear Coach Dave Wannstedt. Turner, 39, was at San Jose one season, leading them to a 7-4 record and second place in the Big West Conference. San Jose ranked 15th nationally in scoring, averaging 30 points a game.
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January 22, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Ron Turner, Stanford's offensive coordinator the past three seasons, was selected head coach at San Jose State, succeeding Terry Shea as the two essentially traded places. Shea, 15-6-2 in two seasons as San Jose State's coach, left last Thursday to become assistant head coach and offensive coordinator under new Stanford Coach Bill Walsh.
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January 21, 1992 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It appears as if Cal State Fullerton football Coach Gene Murphy will be the runner-up in a San Jose State coaching derby for the second time in three years. Ron Turner, former offensive coordinator at Stanford, is expected to be named head coach at San Jose State today at an 11 a.m. news conference, according to reports in today's editions of the San Jose Mercury News.
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January 6, 1987 | MAL FLORENCE
Ron Turner was the only member of Ted Tollner's staff who was retained by Larry Smith, the new USC football coach, who will bring eight of his assistants with him from Arizona. Smith, who was named USC's coach Friday, picked his staff Monday.
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February 9, 1993 | BOB OATES
The Turner family will be uniquely represented in the NFL by two offensive coordinators next season when Norv Turner begins his third year with the Dallas Cowboys and brother Ron starts his first with the Chicago Bears. Ron is moving from San Jose State to join Norv's former Dallas associate, Dave Wannstedt, new coach of the Bears.
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March 6, 1985
Ron Turner, the quarterback coach at the University of Pittsburgh the past two seasons, has been hired to handle the same duty at USC, it was announced Tuesday. Turner, 31, succeeds his older brother, Norval, as the USC quarterback coach. Norval left the school last month after nine years as an assistant to become an assistant with the Rams.
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