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December 2, 2013 | By Chris Foster
UCLA's Myles Jack has been named the freshman offensive and defensive player of the year in the Pac-12. Jack, who came to UCLA as a linebacker, was inserted into the lineup as a running back the last four games this season. He finished with 269 yards rushing, averaging 7.2 yards per carry, and scored seven touchdowns. On defense, he had 70 tackles. He clinched a 34-27 victory over Utah by intercepting a pass on the five-yard line with 16 seconds left. Jack was also named second-team all-conference as a linebacker.
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April 30, 1989 | KEVIN BAXTER, Times Staff Writer
While he was making the grade on the football field last fall, Washington State's Rich Swinton was posting unsatisfactory grades in the classroom. But after a semester on academic probation, the former National Merit Scholar from Montclair Prep said that the crisis is over. "I got caught up in the college life--partying--and I lost sight of my goals," he said. "It took this big kick in the rear to wake me up. I'm awake now." Last fall, Swinton became only the sixth ballcarrier in Washington State history to rush for more than 1,000 yards, running for 1,018 yards and 12 touchdowns as the Cougars posted a 9-3 record and earned an Aloha Bowl bid. But WSU's best performance on the field since 1930 did not carry over into the classroom, where the team's grade-point average dropped to 1.94.
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July 20, 2012 | By Chris Foster
The trickle down from the Pac-12Conference's new television deal is already being felt at UCLA, which has invested heavily in its football staff. Head Coach Jim Mora received a five-year, $11.235-million deal when he was hired in December. Former coach Rick Neuheisel received a five-year, $6.25-million contract in 2008. Athletic department officials expect UCLA to take in $17.6 million this year from television contracts, multimedia rights and apparel sales. The Pac-12 has a $3-billion television deal with Fox and ESPN.
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March 9, 1994 | STEVE SPRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Denver is prepared to make Raider wide receiver Tim Brown an offer that could go as high as $11 million over four years, according to a Bronco official. Should the offer be that big, it would be worth $2.7 million per season, which would make Brown the highest-paid receiver in the league. Brown, coming off his best season, is a transition player, meaning the Raiders can retain him by matching any offer. Brown arrived in Denver on Tuesday night to meet with Bronco officials.
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November 18, 1991 | From Associated Press
Quarterback Chris Miller of the Atlanta Falcons told his offensive linemen he would buy them dinner if they took care of him during Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Hungry for a victory after being embarrassed in the Falcons' previous game, the linemen responded by giving Miller enough protection to throw three scoring passes to Andre Rison during a club-record 33-point second quarter that carried the Falcons to a 43-7 victory.
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September 17, 1990 | From Associated Press
The Atlanta Falcons were aggressive and rough again Sunday, but this time it worked against them. The Falcons held Detroit to just 51 second-half yards, but key penalties hurt, and the Lions hung on for a 21-14 victory. "It's our style of play," said Falcon Coach Jerry Glanville, who brought his smash-mouth brand of football to Atlanta this season. "That's the way we play. We're an aggressive team and we play hard."
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October 15, 1989 | From Associated Press
Washington intercepted four of Bill Musgrave's passes and recovered three fumbles in defeating Oregon, 20-14, in a sloppily played Pacific 10 Conference game Saturday at Seattle. The Huskies took the lead for good in the third quarter on a one-yard touchdown run by quarterback Cary Conklin. The Huskies, 3-3 overall and 1-2 in the conference, avoided losing their fourth consecutive game, which would have been most losses in a row in Coach Don James' 15 seasons in Seattle.
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December 22, 1992 | From Associated Press
Troy Aikman threw for three touchdowns and Emmitt Smith ran for 174 yards and scored twice as the Dallas Cowboys clinched the NFC East title with a 41-17 victory over the Atlanta Falcons on Monday night. It was the 14th division title in team history but the first since 1985.
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November 29, 1987 | Associated Press
Robbie Keen's 31-yard field goal with 1:13 left today gave the California Golden Bears a 17-17 Pacific 10 Conference tie with Washington State before a crowd of about 45,000. Until the closing moments, it appeared as if Kevin Adams' 44-yard field goal early in the third quarter would stand up for a Cougar victory. The tie left California with a final 3-6-2 record overall and 2-3-2 in the Pac-10. Washington State finished at 3-7-1 and 1-5-1.
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October 8, 1989 | Associated Press
It was just another one of those crazy Washington State-Oregon football games. In a series known for its high scores, another memorable chapter was written Saturday. The 21st-ranked Cougars beat the No. 23 Ducks, 51-38, in a Pacific 10 game that featured 905 yards total offense, a blocked punt for a touchdown, an 89-yard kickoff return and a line-drive kickoff that bounced off a stunned Washington State defensive lineman and was recovered by Oregon.
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