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December 2, 1988
OFFENSE WR--Matt Dart (Ramona), John Barone (Hilltop). TE--Steve Trainor (Chula Vista). OL--Rueben Hernandez (Sweetwater), Jon Robirds (Rancho Buena Vista), Brian Hay (Helix), Sale Isaia (Oceanside), Eddie Ayala (Granite Hills). QB--Eric Robinson (El Camino). RB--Hubert Phillips (Southwest), Darnes Taylor (University City). K--Jason Ledford (Helix). DEFENSE DL--Larry Anderson (Chula Vista), Tom Pellegrino (San Dieguito), Hector Silva (Southwest), Jason Navadel (Rancho Buena Vista).
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October 20, 1993 | JIM HODGES
Grady Stretz's foot injury leaves the Bruins with only five defensive linemen--tackles Matt Werner, Sale Isaia and Gary Walton and nose guards George Kase and Travis Kirschke--against Oregon State on Saturday at Corvallis. The Beavers have averaged 436.3 rushing yards in their last three games, two of them victories, over Arizona State and Pacific.
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September 2, 1993 | JIM HODGES
Coach Terry Donahue said that he would name his starting quarterback before practice today after talks with assistant coaches, the players involved and the training staff. He has narrowed the choice to Wayne Cook or Ryan Fien. Previous statements have fostered the belief that Cook would be No. 1 against Cal, but he has been hampered by a thigh injury that kept him sidelined for five days. "He's clearly better," Donahue said of Cook's condition, "but I'm not convinced he's well. . . .
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August 18, 1993 | CHRIS BAKER
Linebacker Jamir Miller, who sat out the first three days of practice while school officials were determining his status, practiced for the first time Tuesday. Miller, who was suspended for the season opener against Cal on Sept. 4 after he pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge of possession of stolen property, maintained his innocence. "Everything that happened shouldn't have happened," Miller said. "The police were informed that I wasn't involved, yet they still chose to pursue it.
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September 1, 1994 | JIM HODGES
He is in shape at 315 pounds and at peace academically at UCLA. Sale Isaia has his position back, left defensive tackle, and is a senior who spends part of his time giving advice. Do as I do, not as I did, is his message. "This is my last year, and now I see young guys looking up at me," he said. "Guys like Travis Kirschke and Vae Tata. . . .
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