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SPORTS
October 19, 1991 | TIM HAYES
Muir 63, Hoover 7--Muir (3-3, 1-0) used a potent ground attack to hammer visiting Hoover (0-6, 0-1), which could not contain Saladin McCullough and Linza Williams. The two backs combined for 199 yards and five touchdowns in only 20 carries. McCullough also threw a 37-yard touchdown pass to Daniel Stewart on a halfback option play. The Mustangs sacked Nathan Dishington eight times for minus-57 yards and held Hoover to 65 yards in total offense.
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October 24, 1992 | STAN GRANCH
Muir 55, Hoover 12--Saladin McCullough ran for 156 yards and scored four touchdowns for the host Mustangs. Muir (6-1, 2-0) scored on five of its six first-half possessions to build a 41-0 halftime lead as McCullough scored on runs of 24, one, 49 and 31 yards. Hoover (1-6, 0-2) scored its touchdowns in the fourth quarter, taking advantage of five pass-interference calls. Nate Dishington scored on a one-yard run and he threw a three-yard scoring pass to Marvin Toledo.
SPORTS
September 20, 1994 | EARL GUSTKEY
Saladin McCullough, the All-CIF running back from Pasadena Muir High who in 1993 signed a letter of intent to attend USC, is lighting up junior college football for Pasadena City College. After two games, his coach, Dennis Gossard, said of him Monday: "There is no better runner in college football, at any level, than this kid. He's a great back, he's going to get better and he still wants to play for SC." McCullough, 5-9 and 175 pounds, has more than 500 yards total offense in two games.
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September 4, 1997 | Associated Press
Paul Shoemaker was named Brigham Young new starting quarterback, Coach LaVell Edwards saying he played a hunch in making the choice. Shoemaker, 23, a redshirt junior who backed up Steve Sarkisian last year, beat out Kevin Feterik, a sophomore with a strong, accurate arm. . . . Richard "Babe" Tysseling, a coach at Central College from 1937 to 1960, died after a long illness in Pella, Iowa. He was 86. . . .
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September 6, 1995 | MARYANN HUDSON
Charges of grand auto theft were not brought against El Camino College football players Saladin McCullough and Treyvone Towns, according to Sgt. Lili Hadsell of the San Marino Police Department. McCullough and Towns, who were arrested more than a week ago in Pasadena while in possession of a stolen car, were held overnight in jail and released the next day, she said. They were not arraigned, as police had previously said.
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