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October 2, 1992 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The doctors told his parents he probably wouldn't survive. Shane Pahukoa, playing with children in the back yard of a relative's house while vacationing in Vancouver, Wash., had suffered third-degree burns on his head, neck, left hand and body when a cousin poured gasoline onto a campfire, causing the flames to leap onto Pahukoa's face. As he lay in a hospital bed in Portland, Ore., his head swelled to about three times its normal size. His mother couldn't recognize him.
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October 2, 1992 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The doctors told his parents he probably wouldn't survive. Shane Pahukoa, playing with children in the back yard of a relative's house while vacationing in Vancouver, Wash., had suffered third-degree burns on his head, neck, left hand and body when a cousin poured gasoline onto a campfire, causing the flames to leap onto Pahukoa's face. As he lay in a hospital bed in Portland, Ore., his head swelled to about three times its normal size. His mother couldn't recognize him.
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December 28, 1992 | THOMAS BONK
It could be a longshot, but Husky quarterback Mark Brunell has a chance to break four Rose Bowl career passing records in his third appearance Friday. --Brunell has thrown 30 passes and needs 34 more to break Pat Haden's record set in USC's 1973-75 Rose Bowl games. --Brunell has 21 completions and needs 17 more to break Rodney Peete's record set in USC's 1988-89 Rose Bowl games. --Brunell has 252 yards passing and needs 201 more to break the record of Rick Leach in Michigan's 1977-79 games.
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December 4, 1995 | From Associated Press
Three big scoring plays gave the New Orleans Saints a victory that moved them closer to the playoffs in a season that began with five losses. Jim Everett's touchdown passes of 50 yards to Quinn Early and 69 yards to Lorenzo Neal, and Mario Bates' 66-yard run boosted the Saints to a 31-17 victory Sunday over the New England Patriots. It was the fifth victory in six games for New Orleans (6-7), while the Patriots fell to 5-8, virtually ending their postseason hopes.
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November 10, 1991 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Time and again during its 14-3 loss to second-ranked Washington Saturday at the Coliseum, USC had its way against the nation's No. 1 defense, driving at times, striking for big plays at others. On their first possession, the Trojans moved methodically down the field, penetrating to the Huskies' 14-yard line. During the second quarter, quarterback Reggie Perry hooked up with Travis Hannah on a 39-yard pass and, later, the Trojans put together another long drive, this time to the nine-yard line.
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August 31, 1992 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Any college football team would love to have a quarterback who was named most outstanding player in the Rose Bowl. Washington has two. That's only one reason why the Huskies are favored to win a third consecutive Pacific 10 Conference championship after finishing unbeaten and sharing the national title with Miami last season. The question facing Coach Don James is, how does he make the best use of senior left-hander Mark Brunell and junior right-hander Billy Joe Hobert?
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October 4, 1992 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
USC has closed the gap on Washington considerably since losing by 31 points two years ago, but not enough to beat the No. 1-ranked Huskies with a third-string quarterback. The Trojans gave it a shot Saturday at Husky Stadium before falling short, 17-10, before a sellout crowd of 73,275.
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January 2, 1992 | JIM HODGES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Any equation that could end with Washington winning a national championship had to begin with a thorough whipping of Michigan in the 78th Rose Bowl. That was accomplished, 34-14, Wednesday, after which Husky Coach Don James found himself in the somewhat unusual role of an alumnus rooting against his alma mater. James, Miami Class of '54, had to pull for Nebraska to beat the Hurricanes--preferably badly--in the Orange Bowl, the emotions colliding with those generated by Washington's victory.
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