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August 22, 1996 | ROB FERNAS and TRIS WYKES, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Running back Shane Blakey got caught in gunfire. Cal State Northridge football Coach Dave Baldwin got caught in a lie. Blakey, a transfer from Antelope Valley College, will use a redshirt year this season at Northridge to recover from shotgun wounds suffered Aug. 9 at a party in West Hills. But that wasn't the story Baldwin released Monday.
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September 5, 1996 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ
"When in doubt, tell the truth." --Mark Twain * Few people know the true meaning of those words better than Paul Bubb. Fewer yet would want to be reminded the way Bubb was. Not unless they thrive on public embarrassment. Not unless they enjoy getting heat from their bosses. Not unless they like to lose money from their paychecks. All of which happened to Bubb two days ago. That's when Blenda J.
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August 23, 1996 | JEFF FLETCHER
A story concocted to protect a Cal State Northridge football player's privacy certainly has backfired. The school announced Thursday that it will launch an investigation into events that took place at an Aug. 9 party in West Hills at which running back Shayne Blakey was wounded by a shotgun blast. Football Coach Dave Baldwin has admitted he lied earlier this week when he said that Blakey would redshirt the upcoming season in order to recover from an appendectomy.
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September 4, 1996 | JEFF FLETCHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The president of Cal State Northridge ordered the athletic director suspended for five days and reprimanded the football coach Tuesday for covering up the shooting of a football player at a party. Dave Baldwin, in his second year as CSUN football coach, had previously admitted to reporters that he lied when he told them that running back Shayne Blakey would miss the upcoming season because of an appendix operation. Actually, Blakey was recovering after being shot in an altercation in West Hills.
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August 23, 1996 | From Staff Reports
A Cal State Northridge running back got caught by gunfire, which led to the Northridge coach getting caught in a lie. Shayne Blakey, a transfer from Antelope Valley College, will redshirt this season while he heals from a gunshot wound he suffered Aug. 9 at a party, not as the result of an appendectomy, as Coach Dave Baldwin told reporters earlier this week. Baldwin has admitted that the appendicitis story was concocted to protect the player from negative publicity.
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September 4, 1996 | JEFF FLETCHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The president of Cal State Northridge ordered the athletic director suspended for five days and reprimanded the football coach Tuesday for covering up the shooting of a football player at a party. Dave Baldwin, in his second year as CSUN football coach, had previously admitted to reporters that he lied when he told them that running back Shayne Blakey would miss the upcoming season because of an appendix operation. Actually, Blakey was recovering after being shot in an altercation in West Hills.
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September 5, 1996 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ
"When in doubt, tell the truth." --Mark Twain * Few people know the true meaning of those words better than Paul Bubb. Fewer yet would want to be reminded the way Bubb was. Not unless they thrive on public embarrassment. Not unless they enjoy getting heat from their bosses. Not unless they like to lose money from their paychecks. All of which happened to Bubb two days ago. That's when Blenda J.
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October 29, 1995 | MARIO ARCE
Antelope Valley 36, Mt. San Jacinto 10--Shane Blakey rushed for 87 yards and two touchdowns in 11 carries to lead Antelope Valley to a Foothill Conference victory at Lancaster. The Marauders (3-4, 2-3) scored early in the first quarter on an 80-yard opening drive that ended with Blakey's 12-yard run. Corey Grant added two second-half touchdowns on runs of four and two yards. He finished with 67 yards in 13 carries. The Antelope Valley defense limited Mt. San Jacinto rushers to 94 yards.
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August 8, 1996 | JEFF FLETCHER
Dave Baldwin is preparing to begin Cal State Northridge football practice Monday with about three dozen players he's never coached. Yet the Matador coach was sitting in his office this week grinning about "continuity." Don't laugh. Compared with where Baldwin was a year ago, that is continuity. Baldwin barely even knew his assistant coaches, much less his players when he began his first season with the Matadors last August. The Matadors were short on depth, size, speed and talent.
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June 12, 1999 | DAVE DESMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The third High Desert Football Coaches' Assn. all-star game, a.k.a. the Cal State Northridge recruiting showcase, will be played tonight at 7 at Antelope Valley College. Five future Matadors will play in the game, which features the top seniors from Antelope Valley-area high schools. Running back Brandon McElvaine and lineman Edwin Reed of Highland High and lineman Nick Koufos of Lancaster will be key players for the West team, coached by Ray DeShane of Lancaster.
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August 23, 1996 | JEFF FLETCHER
A story concocted to protect a Cal State Northridge football player's privacy certainly has backfired. The school announced Thursday that it will launch an investigation into events that took place at an Aug. 9 party in West Hills at which running back Shayne Blakey was wounded by a shotgun blast. Football Coach Dave Baldwin has admitted he lied earlier this week when he said that Blakey would redshirt the upcoming season in order to recover from an appendectomy.
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August 23, 1996 | From Staff Reports
A Cal State Northridge running back got caught by gunfire, which led to the Northridge coach getting caught in a lie. Shayne Blakey, a transfer from Antelope Valley College, will redshirt this season while he heals from a gunshot wound he suffered Aug. 9 at a party, not as the result of an appendectomy, as Coach Dave Baldwin told reporters earlier this week. Baldwin has admitted that the appendicitis story was concocted to protect the player from negative publicity.
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August 22, 1996 | ROB FERNAS and TRIS WYKES, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Running back Shane Blakey got caught in gunfire. Cal State Northridge football Coach Dave Baldwin got caught in a lie. Blakey, a transfer from Antelope Valley College, will use a redshirt year this season at Northridge to recover from shotgun wounds suffered Aug. 9 at a party in West Hills. But that wasn't the story Baldwin released Monday.
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