November 11, 1990 |
You can get the attention of either Cal State Fullerton quarterback by calling out the same name, although the spelling does differ a bit. The freshman is P-A-Y-N-E. The senior is P-A-I-N. You also know Paul Schulte by other assorted aliases. Leader of the Sacked. M.C. Hammered. Bruised, Brother. For 10 games behind Fullerton's decimated offensive line, Schulte's limbs went out on a limb every time the quarterback went back to pass. They paid for it, too. Where does Schulte hurt?
August 12, 1989 |
Cal State Fullerton offensive line coach Larry Manfull has taken a medical leave of absence and will miss the 1989 football season. Manfull, 48, has coached at Fullerton for nine seasons. He is the only remaining member of Coach Gene Murphy's original staff. Don Morel, who has assisted Manfull the past two seasons, will replace him as offensive line coach. "We look forward to having Larry back as soon as possible," Murphy said.
February 1, 1989
Terry Payne, a 6-foot 4-inch, 185-pound quarterback from Hemet High School who passed for more than 2,000 yards last season, has made a oral commitment to attend Cal State Fullerton, and plans to sign with the Titans on Feb. 8, the first day of the signing period, his high school coach said. Among the other schools that recruited Payne were Arizona, New Mexico, Cal, Oregon, Washington State and Alabama, said Hemet Coach Randy Brown.
February 9, 1989
Cal State Fullerton's football program, making a pointed effort to recruit more high school players this year, signed 11 prep players to letters of intent Wednesday. Eleven community college players and one transfer from a four-year school also signed with the Titans. Fullerton signed only three high school players last year, relying almost entirely on community college players. But Coach Gene Murphy said after last season that he hoped to return to recruiting more high school players.
December 6, 1988
The Ivy and Citrus Belt leagues from the Inland Empire are well-represented in the 30th Annual Times football awards. Quarterback Terry Payne and wide receiver Curt Callicott from Hemet are among nine players from four schools in the Division IV Ivy League, which also includes players from Arlington, Palm Springs and Ramona, the Ivy League champion. Payne threw for 1,680 yards and 18 touchdowns, including 10 to Callicott, who caught 39 passes.
October 13, 1991 |
Nevada Las Vegas shut down Cal State Fullerton's ground game and stymied its passing game en route to a 25-3 Big West Conference victory Saturday before 3,012 in Santa Ana Stadium. UNLV quarterback Derek Stott completed nine of 21 passes for 209 yards and a touchdown, and running back Derek Black, who signed with Fullerton two years ago but changed his mind, added 128 yards rushing and a touchdown to lead the Rebels (3-3, 1-1).