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November 6, 2007
College football: In Sunday's Sports section, Bill Dwyre's column said USC quarterback Mark Sanchez had one pass intercepted on fourth and one against Oregon on Oct. 27. It was second and one.
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SPORTS
December 26, 2009
A journey through the year in sports using some of the best, some of the worst, and some of the most memorable quotes of the year: January "I'm telling you right now, it's going to be hard to say goodbye to this place. I don't think I can do it." USC quarterback Mark Sanchez, when asked if he was going to turn pro after Trojans' 38-24 Rose Bowl game victory over Penn State. "It is with a heavy heart that I say goodbye to this university." Sanchez, announcing his decision to turn pro two weeks after the Rose Bowl.
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OPINION
January 19, 2009
Re "A smarter stimulus," editorial, Jan. 15 I certainly agree with your point: "We need to equip students ... for the next industrial revolution." Yet on your front page is an item about USC quarterback Mark Sanchez and his multimillion-dollar future. Where are the front-page headlines about student-athletes' accomplishments, or our high school and college students' scholastic achievements? Has The Times, along with the rest of the media, reduced itself to making role models of wealthy-to-be athletes at the expense of promoting academics as a worthy goal of our youth?
OPINION
January 19, 2009
Re "A smarter stimulus," editorial, Jan. 15 I certainly agree with your point: "We need to equip students ... for the next industrial revolution." Yet on your front page is an item about USC quarterback Mark Sanchez and his multimillion-dollar future. Where are the front-page headlines about student-athletes' accomplishments, or our high school and college students' scholastic achievements? Has The Times, along with the rest of the media, reduced itself to making role models of wealthy-to-be athletes at the expense of promoting academics as a worthy goal of our youth?
SPORTS
November 8, 2008
California is fired up about playing for a Pacific 10 Conference title and Rose Bowl berth. USC is fired up by the prospect of playing a ranked opponent that might warrant some respect from the Bowl Championship Series computers. A look at some issues surrounding today's game: Click or pick: USC quarterback Mark Sanchez, the Pac-10's leading passer, has done a lot of damage against hapless opponents, but can he find a groove against a defense that is the national co-leader in interceptions?
OPINION
October 30, 2007
Re "A mouthpiece says it all," Opinion, Oct. 25 Gustavo Arellano emphasizes that the use of a Mexican-flag-decorated mouthpiece by USC quarterback Mark Sanchez is a statement about ethnic heritage. Numerous hyphenated groups (such as African-Americans, Korean-Americans and Mexican-Americans) populate this country. The actual hyphenation itself is intended to recognize and honor the first part of the hyphen while, at the same time, affirming allegiance to the second part.
SPORTS
August 19, 2008 | Gary Klein and David Wharton, Times Staff Writers
It took 10 days before USC quarterback Mark Sanchez was able to show he could drop back with speed and make a variety of passes after dislocating his left kneecap. The junior now has about a week to demonstrate he is fit enough to possibly start in the Aug. 30 opener at Virginia. On Monday, under the watchful eye of offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian, Sanchez went through a battery of throws to a rehabilitation specialist. He also played catch with Coach Pete Carroll. "If it were up to me, I'm playing," said Sanchez, who is scheduled to throw to receivers today.
SPORTS
October 10, 2008 | Gary Klein, Times Staff Writer
Two knee injuries, two recoveries. For the second time this season, USC quarterback Mark Sanchez has shaken off a knee injury to remain in the starting lineup for the eighth-ranked Trojans. Sanchez, who overcame a dislocated left kneecap in training camp, showed what is becoming trademark resilience Thursday by completing a full practice five days after suffering a bone bruise in the same knee against Oregon.
SPORTS
August 23, 2008 | Gary Klein, Times Staff Writer
USC quarterback Mark Sanchez remained on track to start the Trojans' opener at Virginia and also got affirmation of his status among teammates Friday when he was voted one of four captains. "When your team elects you something like that and they appoint you as their leader, that means more than anything," said Sanchez, a junior. Senior offensive lineman Jeff Byers, senior linebacker Brian Cushing and senior safety Kevin Ellison also were elected captains of a team that will conclude training camp today.
SPORTS
April 28, 2006 | David Wharton and Gary Klein, Times Staff Writers
USC quarterback Mark Sanchez was free on bail Thursday, a day after he was arrested at his apartment on suspicion that he sexually assaulted a female student. Sanchez was ordered to appear in court at 8:30 a.m. May 17, but police have not presented the case to prosecutors, and charges have not been filed, said Sandi Gibbons, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County district attorney's office. Sanchez could not be reached for comment.
SPORTS
November 8, 2008
California is fired up about playing for a Pacific 10 Conference title and Rose Bowl berth. USC is fired up by the prospect of playing a ranked opponent that might warrant some respect from the Bowl Championship Series computers. A look at some issues surrounding today's game: Click or pick: USC quarterback Mark Sanchez, the Pac-10's leading passer, has done a lot of damage against hapless opponents, but can he find a groove against a defense that is the national co-leader in interceptions?
SPORTS
October 10, 2008 | Gary Klein, Times Staff Writer
Two knee injuries, two recoveries. For the second time this season, USC quarterback Mark Sanchez has shaken off a knee injury to remain in the starting lineup for the eighth-ranked Trojans. Sanchez, who overcame a dislocated left kneecap in training camp, showed what is becoming trademark resilience Thursday by completing a full practice five days after suffering a bone bruise in the same knee against Oregon.
SPORTS
August 23, 2008 | Gary Klein, Times Staff Writer
USC quarterback Mark Sanchez remained on track to start the Trojans' opener at Virginia and also got affirmation of his status among teammates Friday when he was voted one of four captains. "When your team elects you something like that and they appoint you as their leader, that means more than anything," said Sanchez, a junior. Senior offensive lineman Jeff Byers, senior linebacker Brian Cushing and senior safety Kevin Ellison also were elected captains of a team that will conclude training camp today.
SPORTS
August 19, 2008 | Gary Klein and David Wharton, Times Staff Writers
It took 10 days before USC quarterback Mark Sanchez was able to show he could drop back with speed and make a variety of passes after dislocating his left kneecap. The junior now has about a week to demonstrate he is fit enough to possibly start in the Aug. 30 opener at Virginia. On Monday, under the watchful eye of offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian, Sanchez went through a battery of throws to a rehabilitation specialist. He also played catch with Coach Pete Carroll. "If it were up to me, I'm playing," said Sanchez, who is scheduled to throw to receivers today.
NEWS
November 6, 2007
College football: In Sunday's Sports section, Bill Dwyre's column said USC quarterback Mark Sanchez had one pass intercepted on fourth and one against Oregon on Oct. 27. It was second and one.
OPINION
October 30, 2007
Re "A mouthpiece says it all," Opinion, Oct. 25 Gustavo Arellano emphasizes that the use of a Mexican-flag-decorated mouthpiece by USC quarterback Mark Sanchez is a statement about ethnic heritage. Numerous hyphenated groups (such as African-Americans, Korean-Americans and Mexican-Americans) populate this country. The actual hyphenation itself is intended to recognize and honor the first part of the hyphen while, at the same time, affirming allegiance to the second part.
SPORTS
December 26, 2009
A journey through the year in sports using some of the best, some of the worst, and some of the most memorable quotes of the year: January "I'm telling you right now, it's going to be hard to say goodbye to this place. I don't think I can do it." USC quarterback Mark Sanchez, when asked if he was going to turn pro after Trojans' 38-24 Rose Bowl game victory over Penn State. "It is with a heavy heart that I say goodbye to this university." Sanchez, announcing his decision to turn pro two weeks after the Rose Bowl.
SPORTS
May 16, 2006 | Gary Klein
A court hearing scheduled this week for USC quarterback Mark Sanchez will probably be delayed until the end of the month, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office said Monday. Sanchez, 19, was arrested April 26 after a female USC student told police that he had sexually assaulted her. Sanchez, who is free on $200,000 bail, was scheduled to appear in court Wednesday.
SPORTS
April 28, 2006 | David Wharton and Gary Klein, Times Staff Writers
USC quarterback Mark Sanchez was free on bail Thursday, a day after he was arrested at his apartment on suspicion that he sexually assaulted a female student. Sanchez was ordered to appear in court at 8:30 a.m. May 17, but police have not presented the case to prosecutors, and charges have not been filed, said Sandi Gibbons, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County district attorney's office. Sanchez could not be reached for comment.
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