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August 22, 1985 | MARK HEISLER
Cliff Branch's right hamstring is still too sore for him to practice, and Wednesday, for the first time, Raider Coach Tom Flores raised the possibility of putting him on the injured-reserve list. "He won't be ready this week," Flores said. "And I don't know if he'll be ready next week. At this point, I'm getting concerned. "If we don't see any positive signs, we're going to run out of time. We might be faced with putting him on IR (injured reserve)."
November 1, 1992 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, From Staff and Wire Reports
The three-leaf clover painted at midfield to commemorate Gene Murphy's final home game as Cal State Fullerton coach appeared to possess the powers of a four-leafer in the first quarter. But Utah State turned the game around in the second quarter and beat the Titans, 26-7, Saturday night in Big West Conference game before 2,113 fans on Gene Murphy Appreciation Night at Fullerton. "There should have been more people here, at least to say farewell to Murphy," Titan defensive back B.B. Hudson said.
October 16, 1986 | MARK HEISLER
It isn't over till it's over. Wednesday, the Raiders got another in their series of daily communications from the National Football League office, this one fining 10 of them for their parts in the Kansas City melee Oct. 5. Howie Long got the big tab, $2,000, for his engagement with Brad Budde, in which he broke Budde's nose. Nine other Raiders were fined $400 apiece, for a grand total of $5,600. Monday, Greg Townsend was suspended for Sunday's game at Miami.
August 8, 1994 | CHRIS FOSTER
Tackle Wayne Gandy, the Rams' No. 1 draft pick, spent much of Saturday watching Green Bay's Sean Jones create chaos in the Ram backfield during the Packers' 14-6 exhibition victory. "I think Gandy is learning you have to get the mechanics of pass protection down," Coach Chuck Knox said. "You can't afford to be sloppy at this level, because these pass rushers are too big and too fast."
September 13, 1988 | Associated Press
A large boulder tumbled onto a roadway after a thunderstorm and sheared off the front of a Greyhound bus, killing five people and injuring 14, authorities said today. "I felt an impact . . . a big concussion and (what sounded like) a loud explosion, kind of deafening," said Sean Jones, one of two passengers who escaped injury. "All of a sudden, I felt debris coming at us. A bright light flashed, like sparks and electricity in the front end of the bus."
September 4, 2012 | By Jim Puzzanghera
WASHINGTON -- While the majority of banks have improved their finances during the last four years, looming economic threats mean the outlook for the industry remains negative over the next 12 to 18 months, Moody's Investors Service said Tuesday. "Our negative outlook ... reflects a challenging domestic operating environment, with prolonged low interest rates, high unemployment, weak economic growth and fiscal policy uncertainties," said Sean Jones, Moody's senior vice president. "Additionally, the threat of contagion stemming from the European sovereign debt crisis undermines economic recovery in the U.S. and exposes banks to a heightened risk of shocks," he said.
November 1, 1997 | PAT LARKIN
Matt Garcia passed for 149 yards and three touchdowns to lead El Modena to a 45-7 victory over Orange in a Century League game Friday night at El Modena High. El Modena (3-5, 2-1) rebounded from a 14-13 loss to Foothill last week to get back in the playoff race. "Tonight was our season," El Modena Coach Steve Howard said. "Both teams came in with one loss against Foothill, so this game makes it or breaks it." The Vanguards rolled to a 31-7 halftime lead, thanks mostly to its defense.
October 5, 2004 | Lonnie White, Times Staff Writer
UCLA Coach Karl Dorrell and his Arizona counterpart, Mike Stoops, are familiar with each other, dating to their days as coordinators in the Big 12 Conference. From 1995 to 1998, Dorrell was offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach at Colorado. During that span, Stoops was the defensive coordinator at Kansas State. On Saturday, they will face each other as head coaches for the first time.
San Clemente Coach Mark McElroy knew his team would face a difficult task Friday night against Orange. For one quarter, the Tritons had all they could handle before scoring 28 consecutive points and posting a 28-7 victory at San Clemente. The Panthers (0-2) took an early 7-0 lead on Chance Perry's 14-yard run with 3:42 left in the first quarter. Orange went 58 yards in seven plays highlighted by a 34-yard completion to Perry from Sean Jones.
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