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June 11, 1988
Mike Reid of Penn State, Ron Yary and the late Mike McKeever of USC, Johnny Majors of Tennessee, Fran Tarkenton of Georgia and Ted Hendricks of Miami were among 17 former players and coaches named to the College Football Hall of Fame in Kings Mills, Ohio.
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February 6, 2006
Warren Moon and John Madden became the 10th and 11th former junior or community college players to be selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday. San Mateo, Cerritos and Compton each have two former players in the Hall of Fame with eight coming from California schools: *--* COLLEGE NFL HALL OF FAMER BOISE JUNIOR COLLEGE Dave Wilcox CERRITOS COLLEGE Joe Gibbs, Ron Yary CITY COLLEGE OF SAN FRANCISCO O.J.
SPORTS
December 9, 1987
Johnny Majors, coach at the University of Tennessee, and Jim Ray Smith, former Baylor tackle and a member of the Cotton Bowl selection committee, were among 11 former players formally inducted into the National Football Foundation's College Football Hall of Fame Tuesday night. The foundation's highest honor, the Gold Medal Award, went to Gen. Charles (Monk) Meyer, Army's triple-threat back of the mid-1930s, who served in three wars and received two Purple Hearts.
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January 28, 1990 | BOB OATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Tom Landry, who coached the Dallas Cowboys for 29 years before he was fired last spring, was voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame Saturday along with six former NFL players. But Raider owner Al Davis was denied enshrinement in Canton, Ohio, again, as were several of the finest players in the history of football, among them Raider quarterback Ken Stabler, Ram defensive end Jack Youngblood, and Pittsburgh wide receiver Lynn Swann.
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January 30, 1999 | STEVE SPRINGER
It is the first competition of this Super Bowl weekend, but it won't be staged in front of millions and there won't be any bloodshed. At least not on the surface. It's today's competition for a spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Designated members of the Pro Football Writers of America must select at least four candidates from the modern era, but not more than seven of the 15 overall finalists in a secret ballot.
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November 22, 2002 | Gary Klein
USC played its homecoming game last week. Trojan running back Sultan McCullough will play a personal one on Saturday. McCullough, a senior tailback from Pasadena, played three games in the Rose Bowl for Pasadena Muir High. In 2000, he rushed for 105 yards and scored a touchdown in 26 carries for USC in a 38-35 victory over UCLA. "I'll have a lot of people there watching," McCullough said Thursday. "I'm looking forward to having a couple big runs."
SPORTS
November 7, 2000 | LARRY STEWART
What: "ABC Sports College Football All-Time All-America Team" Authors: Edited by Mark Vancil, foreword by Keith Jackson Price: $40 If you're a college football fan, the pictures alone in this 176-page coffee-table book are worth the price. There is lots of good information in the book, and lots of little nuggets from ABC announcers such as Bob Griese, Lynn Swann, Gary Danielson and many more. As for ABC's All-America team named in the book--naturally there will be disagreements.
SPORTS
September 24, 1991 | ELLIOTT ALMOND
John Teerlinck, the Rams' new defensive line coach, has a reputation for being, how do you say, a bit unorthodox. He has used green footballs, bowling pins and hoops as coaching tools, writes Steve Schoenfeld of the Arizona Republic. Green footballs? Teerlinck started the practice in 1979 while coaching at Eastern Illinois because he wanted linemen to get off the ball quickly. "They concentrate more, work harder if the ball is green because it's stimulus response," Teerlinck told the Republic.
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