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August 18, 1992 | JOHN WEYLER
Steven Domingos, a free agent who played semi-pro ball with the Fresno Bandits in 1991 and was signed so late he didn't even rate a mention in the Rams' training camp information guide, has emerged as a candidate to make the team as punter. Coach Chuck Knox said there was no real significance attached to Domingos' role as a starter Saturday against the Raiders, but was quick to note the former San Francisco State player "hit the ball well." Domingos, who averaged 45.
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August 22, 1992 | TIM KAWAKAMI
Kicker Tony Zendejas is questionable with a sore left leg, which means that, because the team recently released Jerry Kauric, the only other kicker on the roster, free-agent punter Steven Domingos could be doing the kicking tonight. Domingos, who appears to have a slight edge in the wide-open punting position with a 45-yard average in the preseason, did some kicking two years ago at San Francisco State and a little last year as a semipro punter in Fresno.
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August 22, 1992 | TIM KAWAKAMI
Kicker Tony Zendejas is questionable with a sore left leg, which means that, because the team recently released Jerry Kauric, the only other kicker on the roster, free-agent punter Steven Domingos could be doing the kicking tonight. Domingos, who appears to have a slight edge in the wide-open punting position with a 45-yard average in the preseason, did some kicking two years ago at San Francisco State and a little last year as a semipro punter in Fresno.
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August 18, 1992 | JOHN WEYLER
Steven Domingos, a free agent who played semi-pro ball with the Fresno Bandits in 1991 and was signed so late he didn't even rate a mention in the Rams' training camp information guide, has emerged as a candidate to make the team as punter. Coach Chuck Knox said there was no real significance attached to Domingos' role as a starter Saturday against the Raiders, but was quick to note the former San Francisco State player "hit the ball well." Domingos, who averaged 45.
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September 1, 1992 | TIM KAWAKAMI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Turning his back on exhibition performances, popular sentiment and the power-football philosophy he used to personify, Ram Coach Chuck Knox on Monday waived Marcus Dupree, the team's most impressive running back this summer. Dupree, who joined the Rams two years ago after an injury-caused five-year layoff from football, leaves the team as he seemed to be reaching a level close to what he enjoyed as a Mississippi high school legend.
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August 27, 1992 | TIM KAWAKAMI
One position that needs no sorting out is quarterback, where Jim Everett, Mike Pagel and rookie T.J. Rubley are set as the team's top three. In tonight's exhibition finale against the San Diego Chargers, Everett will start and play "about a quarter," Coach Chuck Knox said. Pagel, who did not play last week, giving Rubley a chance for significant action, will play the rest of the game, according to Knox. Rubley is not scheduled to play.
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September 16, 1992 | JOHN WEYLER
Don Bracken averaged 38 yards per punt the last season he played--which was 1990 with the Green Bay Packers--and he survived a Ram training camp battle with incumbent Barry Helton and free agent Steven Domingos more because of steady mediocrity than a strong leg. Bracken, a seven-year veteran, had only five punts for 166 yards in two exhibition games (a 33-yard average), but he was the only punter on the roster opening day. And so far, it appears the Rams made all the right moves.
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August 21, 1992 | TIM KAWAKAMI
Barring late complications, No. 1 draft choice Sean Gilbert's right ankle is probably sound enough for the 315-pound defensive tackle to make his NFL debut in Saturday night's exhibition against the Green Bay Packers at Anaheim Stadium. "It looks pretty good right now," Ram Coach Chuck Knox said after Thursday's light practice. "We just have to again wait and see whether or not there's any swelling, based on the amount of work he got today." Gilbert sprained his ankle on Aug.
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September 11, 1988 | MIKE HISERMAN, Times Staff Writer
There are always excuses for the mismatches that occur with every college football season. And some even make sense. Most are born of financial necessity. Little State travels to play Big U. and walks--hobbles?--home with a lopsided loss and a fat check. It's a guarantee that works both ways. One team rolls up a victory by an impressive margin and the other plays sacrificial lamb for a game or two to ensure solvency for another season.
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August 24, 1992 | ALLAN MALAMUD
Al Davis shouldn't be worried about looking bad for trading All-Pro tackle Jim Lachey to the Washington Redskins for Jay Schroeder in 1988. . . . The Raider owner should be more interested about how good he is going to look for picking USC sophomore quarterback Todd Marinovich on the first round of the 1991 draft. . . . The choice is clear--Marinovich, the exciting prospect, over Schroeder, the shaky veteran, at quarterback Sunday night, Sept.
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August 28, 1992 | TIM KAWAKAMI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It began ugly, ended ugly, and it was ugly in between for the Rams. In other words, for one summer night in San Diego, at least, it looked very familiar, a reminder of the experiences this team has tried to forget.
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August 23, 1992 | TIM KAWAKAMI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They barely knew his name, but they counted on him to win the game. Most of them didn't even know why he was out there, but they were celebrating when he ran off. Last season, Steven Domingos was a punter for the semipro Fresno Bandits. Saturday night, he was making three field goals for the Rams, the second one sending the game into overtime, the third one winning the game, 16-13, before 41,252 at Anaheim Stadium.
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