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January 25, 1990 | ROBYN NORWOOD
The list of things Van Anderson can do is long. He can fix any old Volkswagen Bug until it runs fine. He can put in new seats and make sure it gets a nice paint job. On a basketball court, he can play intense, in-your-face defense--nothing spectacular, but most effective. And he can tell you who cooks about the best gumbo you'll ever taste--his mother, Sydney. One thing Anderson cannot do well is shoot a basketball, particularly not off-balance or with a hand in his face.
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August 18, 1990 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Just in case Stan Breland had any second thoughts about returning to college, a seven-month stint washing dishes, mopping floors and busing tables in Las Vegas kept him on the educational track. Breland, a community college transfer who is expected to be one of Cal State Fullerton's top defensive players this season, had dropped out of the College of Eastern Utah in late 1987 after the school dropped its football program.
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August 18, 1990 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Just in case Stan Breland had any second thoughts about returning to college, a seven-month stint washing dishes, mopping floors and busing tables in Las Vegas kept him on the educational track. Breland, a community college transfer who is expected to be one of Cal State Fullerton's top defensive players this season, had dropped out of the College of Eastern Utah in late 1987 after the school dropped its football program.
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January 25, 1990 | ROBYN NORWOOD
The list of things Van Anderson can do is long. He can fix any old Volkswagen Bug until it runs fine. He can put in new seats and make sure it gets a nice paint job. On a basketball court, he can play intense, in-your-face defense--nothing spectacular, but most effective. And he can tell you who cooks about the best gumbo you'll ever taste--his mother, Sydney. One thing Anderson cannot do well is shoot a basketball, particularly not off-balance or with a hand in his face.
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May 6, 1990 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With just 42 healthy players, Cal State Fullerton's May Bowl, normally a full-contact, four-quarter football game played with referees, was reduced to a spring saucer. The Titans closed spring practice Saturday with a rather informal, 40-play scrimmage, with each play starting at the 10-yard line and with no officials or scoreboard. "Sure, it's a letdown, but you have to look at the numbers," Fullerton Coach Gene Murphy said.
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