April 29, 1989
On a day that was supposed to be Troy Aikman's, the coverage given to Rodney Peete and Erik Affholter (both middle picks) far outweighed that given to the nation's No. 1 pick and highest-paid rookie. HARPER LELAND CLAUDE O'BRIEN Westwood
December 15, 1988
Quarterback Troy Aikman and cornerback Darryl Henley of UCLA, and safety Mark Carrier of USC were named to first-team berths on the United Press International All-American football team. Split end Erik Affholter of USC was named to the second team.
September 17, 1988
I'm sick to death of all the biased comments aimed against the UCLA football program. The reason UCLA schedules San Diego State and Cal State Long Beach is that there is a lot of regional interest in such contests, which in addition, provide a nice monetary purse, as well as much-needed exposure to two programs that are on the way up. In the next three years, the Bruins are scheduled to play such teams as Michigan, Tennessee, Brigham Young...
November 19, 1988
What about Barry Sanders for the Heisman? The race is more than Troy Aikman and Rodney Peete. Sanders, a junior at Oklahoma State, is leading the nation in rushing with 2,003 yards and will challenge Marcus Allen's NCAA season record of 2,342. This season, Sanders ranks in the top 35 in team rushing by himself. GARY CAMPBELL Visalia
September 18, 1998
The Redskins are a mess because Coach Norv Turner is running scared (of being fired). With good reason. Turner has not only grown weary of Gus Frerotte, switching to Trent Green, but has ignored Jeff Hostetler, who in a fit left the team for 24 hours this week. Hostetler's mad that he has been shoved behind Frerotte as Green's backup, which tells you what he thinks of Frerotte.