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February 3, 1989
Steve Taylor, University of Nebraska quarterback and Lincoln High School graduate, announced Thursday that he has signed a 3-year contract with the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football League. The value of the contract was not disclosed, although Taylor said he would earn six figures and that he has an option for a fourth year.
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February 3, 1989
Steve Taylor, University of Nebraska quarterback and Lincoln High School graduate, announced Thursday that he has signed a 3-year contract with the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football League. The value of the contract was not disclosed, although Taylor said he would earn six figures and that he has an option for a fourth year.
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SPORTS
November 5, 1987 | CURT HOLBREICH, Times Staff Writer
LINCOLN, Neb.--The son of the most famous football player in University of Nebraska history stood ready to receive the kickoff in the opening game of his freshman season. Watching were his father, a sellout crowd and a national television audience. The player was Terry Rodgers, the second son of Johnny Rodgers, who earned his Heisman Trophy by returning kickoffs and punts as no college player had done before. The place was rockin'.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 9, 1988 | DUNCAN STRAUSS
Steve Taylor is a gifted songwriter who never met a sly satire he didn't like. The Christian rocker opened his impressive set Saturday night at the Universal Amphitheatre with a rockin' psychoanalysis salvo titled "Jung and the Restless." But don't let that punny business fool you. As with any good satirist, Taylor has serious things on his mind--even if his way of saying them leaves him, like Randy Newman, sometimes open to misinterpretation by the casual listener.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 9, 1988 | DUNCAN STRAUSS
Steve Taylor is a gifted songwriter who never met a sly satire he didn't like. The Christian rocker opened his impressive set Saturday night at the Universal Amphitheatre with a rockin' psychoanalysis salvo titled "Jung and the Restless." But don't let that punny business fool you. As with any good satirist, Taylor has serious things on his mind--even if his way of saying them leaves him, like Randy Newman, sometimes open to misinterpretation by the casual listener.
SPORTS
September 7, 1986 | From Times Wire Services
Quarterback Steve Taylor had a hand in all four Nebraska touchdowns Saturday night as the eighth-ranked Cornhuskers temporarily overcame their problems with the NCAA to beat 11th-ranked Florida State, 34-17. Taylor, a sophomore starting his first game, carried 22 times for 139 yards. He ran for touchdowns of 20 and 6 yards and threw for two more scores.
SPORTS
September 27, 1987 | THOMAS BONK, Times Staff Writer
Among his Nebraska teammates, confidence rose as high as the temperature on the turf of Sun Devil Stadium whenever quarterback Steve Taylor got his hands on the ball. On a mid-90-degree Saturday afternoon, the Cornhuskers ran hot and not in a 35-28 victory over Arizona State before a crowd of 71,264. Taylor completed his two-game sweep of Pacific 10 Conference schools by doing something spectacular, one way or the other.
SPORTS
May 16, 1990
Joe Theismann, Jamaal Wilkes, Howard Twilley and Steve Taylor were inducted into the GTE Academic All-America Hall of Fame in ceremonies at a West Hollywood hotel.
SPORTS
October 20, 2001
San Pedro 13, Carson 3--Mario Danelo kicked field goals of 27 and 37 yards in the first half and John Dillon caught a touchdown pass from Steve Taylor with 6:01 remaining for San Pedro (2-4, 1-1) in a Marine League victory over Carson (5-1, 1-1).
SPORTS
November 5, 1987 | CURT HOLBREICH, Times Staff Writer
LINCOLN, Neb.--The son of the most famous football player in University of Nebraska history stood ready to receive the kickoff in the opening game of his freshman season. Watching were his father, a sellout crowd and a national television audience. The player was Terry Rodgers, the second son of Johnny Rodgers, who earned his Heisman Trophy by returning kickoffs and punts as no college player had done before. The place was rockin'.
SPORTS
September 27, 1987 | THOMAS BONK, Times Staff Writer
Among his Nebraska teammates, confidence rose as high as the temperature on the turf of Sun Devil Stadium whenever quarterback Steve Taylor got his hands on the ball. On a mid-90-degree Saturday afternoon, the Cornhuskers ran hot and not in a 35-28 victory over Arizona State before a crowd of 71,264. Taylor completed his two-game sweep of Pacific 10 Conference schools by doing something spectacular, one way or the other.
SPORTS
September 7, 1986 | From Times Wire Services
Quarterback Steve Taylor had a hand in all four Nebraska touchdowns Saturday night as the eighth-ranked Cornhuskers temporarily overcame their problems with the NCAA to beat 11th-ranked Florida State, 34-17. Taylor, a sophomore starting his first game, carried 22 times for 139 yards. He ran for touchdowns of 20 and 6 yards and threw for two more scores.
NEWS
September 15, 1989 | From Times staff and wire service reports
Fifty-seven people were arrested on busy Hollywood-area streets in two separate overnight vice sweeps involving undercover police posing as prostitutes, authorities said today. In Hollywood, 14 men and 11 women were arrested on suspicion of prostitution during a nine-hour crackdown on Sunset and Santa Monica boulevards, Sgt. Steve Taylor said. Police officers posing as prostitutes attracted 27 additional suspects who tried to solicit them for sex acts for pay, Taylor said.
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