September 16, 1996
Oregon tailback Saladin McCullough could be out for up to four weeks because of a partially torn ligament in his left knee, Coach Mike Bellotti said.
October 19, 1991 |
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.
October 24, 1992 |
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.
September 20, 1994 |
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.
September 4, 1997 |
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. . . .