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February 3, 1993 | MIKE REILLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's the 1994 football season, and Orange County football fans could see more than one familiar face leading Pacific 10 Conference teams in pursuit of a Rose Bowl berth. At USC, former El Toro quarterback Rob Johnson will likely be in his senior season with the Trojans. Former Mater Dei quarterback Danny O'Neil will be a senior at Oregon. Stanford could have either El Toro's Steve Stenstrom or Los Alamitos' Tim Carey running its pro-style offense.
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August 25, 1996 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Everything predicted, anticipated and expected may come to pass this season for California quarterback Pat Barnes. Two attempts at taking a redshirt year didn't pan out. A season of proving he was worthy of being Cal's starter is behind him. Now his senior year is before him. The possibilities may not be limitless, but there is a very high ceiling. In another corner of the Pacific 10 Conference, Sean O'Brien is preparing to begin classes again at Arizona.
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October 16, 1992 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sean O'Brien took one look at his uncle's ring and that was that. The gold casing, the big, red stone, the engraving that read: Notre Dame, '66 National Champions. O'Brien, a senior quarterback for Santa Margarita High School, knew the story by heart: how Coley O'Brien, reserve quarterback, rescued the Fighting Irish in 1966. He was thrust into the starting lineup with two games left. First came the famous 10-10 tie with Michigan State and then came the memorable rout of USC.
NEWS
January 30, 1995 | LYNELL GEORGE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lighting momentarily on a cushioned banquette at a West Hollywood cafe, his back to the wet blur of Sunset Boulevard, Sean O'Brien Strub, pub lisher and executive editor of POZ magazine, has placed his New York Times (one lifeline home) on the cherrywood table, then poured himself another cup of herb tea. In town on business, Strub has had a long day, one of many. This morning at the Pediatric AIDS Foundation.
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August 25, 1996 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Everything predicted, anticipated and expected may come to pass this season for California quarterback Pat Barnes. Two attempts at taking a redshirt year didn't pan out. A season of proving he was worthy of being Cal's starter is behind him. Now his senior year is before him. The possibilities may not be limitless, but there is a very high ceiling. In another corner of the Pacific 10 Conference, Sean O'Brien is preparing to begin classes again at Arizona.
NEWS
January 30, 1995 | LYNELL GEORGE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lighting momentarily on a cushioned banquette at a West Hollywood cafe, his back to the wet blur of Sunset Boulevard, Sean O'Brien Strub, pub lisher and executive editor of POZ magazine, has placed his New York Times (one lifeline home) on the cherrywood table, then poured himself another cup of herb tea. In town on business, Strub has had a long day, one of many. This morning at the Pediatric AIDS Foundation.
SPORTS
September 20, 1997 | LONNIE WHITE
Left wing Jeff Shevalier and center Eric Belanger signed contracts, leaving three players unsigned. Shevalier, 23, the Kings' fourth pick in the 1992 draft, signed a one-year deal after participating in the first two weeks of training camp without a contract. Belanger, 19, considered one of the Kings' top players of the future, signed a three-year deal. He is listed as day to day because of a groin injury.
SPORTS
November 24, 1989 | GARY KLEIN
David Hodges, a senior linebacker who helped lead Occidental College to the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championship, was named SCIAC Defensive Player of the Year. Hodges (6-foot-3, 210 pounds) was one of six Occidental players selected to the all-conference first team. Hodges had 55 tackles, three sacks and an interception for the Tigers, who finished 7-2.
SPORTS
October 26, 1991
Santa Maria linebacker Mike Hampton blocked a 20-yard field goal attempt by Santa Margarita with 14 seconds left in the game Friday night to preserve a 7-7 tie in front of 2,000 at Saddleback College. Santa Margarita got a chance to win after Brad Finnerman recovered Damen Hicks' fumble on a punt return at the Santa Maria 20 with less than two minutes left. Both teams had trouble getting their offenses in gear. Both touchdowns were the result of defensive errors.
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February 3, 1993 | MIKE REILLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's the 1994 football season, and Orange County football fans could see more than one familiar face leading Pacific 10 Conference teams in pursuit of a Rose Bowl berth. At USC, former El Toro quarterback Rob Johnson will likely be in his senior season with the Trojans. Former Mater Dei quarterback Danny O'Neil will be a senior at Oregon. Stanford could have either El Toro's Steve Stenstrom or Los Alamitos' Tim Carey running its pro-style offense.
SPORTS
October 16, 1992 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sean O'Brien took one look at his uncle's ring and that was that. The gold casing, the big, red stone, the engraving that read: Notre Dame, '66 National Champions. O'Brien, a senior quarterback for Santa Margarita High School, knew the story by heart: how Coley O'Brien, reserve quarterback, rescued the Fighting Irish in 1966. He was thrust into the starting lineup with two games left. First came the famous 10-10 tie with Michigan State and then came the memorable rout of USC.
SPORTS
April 17, 1993
The South team for the 34th Orange County North-South Prep All-Star football game was announced Friday. The South roster includes 36 players; Irvine had four players selected, one more than the per-school maximum. Jeff Brinkley of Newport Harbor will coach the team. The game will be played at 7:30 p.m. Friday, July 9, at Orange Coast College. The South roster: Capistrano Valley--Tim Plewe, OL-DL; Blake Spence, TE. Century--Abel Perez, SS-TE. Corona del Mar--Tom Hess, DB-RB-WR.
SPORTS
July 4, 1996
The Bullfrogs stopped the Denver DareDevils' two-game winning streak, coming from behind for an 8-7 Roller Hockey International victory Wednesday night at McNichols Arena in Denver. The Bullfrogs (9-2-1) tied the score in the last three minutes on goals by Savo Mitrovic and Sean O'Brien and won on a shootout with Todd Wetzel, Glenn Stewart, Victor Gervais and Rick Judson scoring. Joe Cook scored two goals and Darren Banks had two assists for the Bullfrogs.
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