November 14, 1999
RUSHING *--* Player, Team No Yds TD THOMAS JONES, Virginia 32 221 1 JOHN MOSLEY, Tulsa 17 216 1 RON DAYNE, Wisconsin 27 216 1 MIKE ANDERSON, Utah 32 204 0 CEDRIC WASHINGTON, B.C.
November 11, 1995 |
St. John Bosco 30, Alemany 0--Jonathan Pittman scored touchdowns on offense and defense, ran for a two-point conversion and threw for another score to lead host St. John Bosco (7-2-1, 3-1-1) past Alemany (2-8, 1-4). Pittman scored the game's first touchdown in the first quarter when he caught Todd Husak's eight-yard pass in the end zone. After Pittman threw to Omar Camacho for the conversion, the Braves led, 8-0.
September 19, 1999 |
Todd Husak threw for 364 yards and freshman Kerry Carter rushed for three touchdowns Saturday night as Stanford routed the 19th-ranked Arizona Wildcats, 50-22. The Cardinal (2-1 overall, 2-0 Pac-10) rolled for 580 yards against a team that had been the overwhelming preseason favorite for the Pac-10 title. Troy Walters, in a spectacular receiving duel with Arizona's Dennis Northcutt, caught eight passes--including seven in the first half--for 168 yards.
September 10, 1994 |
Ryan Williams rushed for 252 yards and three touchdowns to lead host Bellflower St. John Bosco to a 48-10 romp over Huntington Beach Friday night. Williams controlled the game from the outset. He rambled 80 yards over the left side on the Braves' first play from scrimmage to give them a quick 7-0 lead. Huntington Beach answered two series later with a 20-play, 75-yard drive that consumed more than 11 minutes, but came away with only a field goal.
September 9, 1995 |
Bellflower St. John Bosco scored two second-half touchdowns and shut out Huntington Beach after halftime to rally for a 20-12 victory Friday night at Huntington Beach High. The Braves held Huntington Beach to minus-22 yards in the second half after the Oilers (0-1) compiled 182 first-half yards on the way to a 12-6 halftime lead. St. John Bosco (1-0) scored first on an eight-yard run by Jerald Atkins in the first quarter.
November 1, 1998 |
OK, so maybe Texas A&M doesn't have the market cornered on this 12th man stuff. How about those UCLA fans, all 64,820 in the Rose Bowl Saturday, helping pull the unbeaten Bruins through a 28-24 close call against the 1-7 Stanford Cardinal. These are the same Bruin fans who, not too many years ago, sold their Rose Bowl tickets in droves and left the football team to deal with--unsuccessfully as it turned out--a UCLA home field overtaken by red-clad Wisconsin Badger faithful.