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February 6, 2002 | David Wharton
The USC football team, set to announce a new recruiting class today, has lost a promising player from last season. Tailback Chris Howard, who came off the bench to score three touchdowns in the final two games of the regular season, is academically ineligible. He reportedly will transfer. Howard was a prep All-American at Banning High but struggled with injuries and schoolwork during two seasons at USC. * David Wharton
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February 2, 2002
The USC football team has changed the date of its season opener against Auburn to Sept. 2 at 5 p.m. so it can be televised nationally by ABC. The game had been scheduled for Aug. 31 but will be played on Labor Day. It will be the second meeting between the schools. Auburn defeated USC, 16-7, in the 1986 Citrus Bowl. * Staff Reports
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February 1, 1987
Amerigo (Tony) Tonelli, a guard on the USC football team in 1936-38, died Friday in Newport Beach after a long illness. He was 69. Tonelli, who blocked a punt in USC's 7-3 win over Duke in the 1939 Rose Bowl, later played with the Detroit Lions. He coached briefly and then joined the Air Force, retiring as a lieutenant colonel. He lived in Huntington Beach.
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January 30, 1991 | ERIC SHEPARD
USC's football team received oral commitments Tuesday from Fontana High's standout offensive linemen, Robert Loya and Clay Hattabaugh. Loya, 6 feet 2 and 285 pounds, and Hattabaugh, 6-3 and 270, were voted to the All-Southern Section team and were mentioned on several preseason All-American teams. They were among thetop recruited linemen in the Southland. The players said they will sign letters of intent with USC next Wednesday, the national signing day.
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September 18, 2011 | By Lynn Smith, Los Angeles Times
Technically, the plaques and trophies in Marv Marinovich's office belong to his son Todd, a rising star quarterback at USC. But they are a shrine to the father as well. After all, it was Marv who knew which vitamin supplements he and his wife should take to conceive a perfectly healthy child. It was Marv who applied Eastern Bloc training techniques, insisting that Todd discipline his mind and body and forgo Big Macs, sugar and hanging out at the beach. It was Marv who caught flak from in-laws critical of punishments such as forcing the 9-year-old Todd to run alongside the car from Huntington Beach to Newport Beach after the boy had not played his best in a basketball game.
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August 15, 1998
It didn't take me long to mull over that unless R. Jay Soward plays against Purdue or until Paul Hackett resigns or is fired, my USC-targeted donations may find their way instead to the Pac-10 favorite. Hey, Coach, every game has postseason implications. DAVID MARSHALL Santa Monica Three wishes for the 1998 USC football team: 1. A far better year than last year. 2. New Coach Paul Hackett keeps Athletic Director Mike Garrett out of the locker room. 3. Garrett gets replaced by the university president, who in turn gets replaced.
NEWS
April 2, 1992
A year after being selected as The Times San Gabriel Valley player of the year for the second season in a row, former Pomona High forward Johnny McWilliams is no longer competing in basketball. But the 6-foot-5, 215-pound McWilliams appears to have a future as a tight end with the USC football team. McWilliams, who red-shirted as a freshman last season, also played quarterback for Pomona as a senior.
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