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March 12, 2001
USC AT A GLANCE * Regional seeding: Sixth. * Bid: At-large. * Tournament record: 6-12. * Last NCAA appearance: 1997 (lost in first round). * Coach: Henry Bibby. * Scoring leaders: Sam Clancy 17.2, Brian Scalabrine 15.3, David Bluthenthal 13.2, Brandon Granville 13.1. * Rebound leaders: Clancy 7.1, Bluthenthal 6.9. * Assist leader: Granville 6.0 * Three-point basket leaders: Granville 60, Bluthenthal 56. * Last 10 games: 6-4. OKLAHOMA ST. AT A GLANCE * Nickname: Cowboys * Regional seeding: 11th.
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February 18, 2004 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The jury in the manslaughter trial of former New Jersey Net player Jayson Williams on Tuesday heard his brother's emergency call to police the night that chauffeur Costas "Gus" Christofi was killed, telling the dispatcher that the victim shot himself. Victor Williams also was heard speaking to his brother during the call, passing along instructions from the dispatcher to put pressure on Christofi's chest wound to stop the bleeding.
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February 18, 2004 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The jury in the manslaughter trial of former New Jersey Net player Jayson Williams on Tuesday heard his brother's emergency call to police the night that chauffeur Costas "Gus" Christofi was killed, telling the dispatcher that the victim shot himself. Victor Williams also was heard speaking to his brother during the call, passing along instructions from the dispatcher to put pressure on Christofi's chest wound to stop the bleeding.
NEWS
March 12, 2001
USC AT A GLANCE * Regional seeding: Sixth. * Bid: At-large. * Tournament record: 6-12. * Last NCAA appearance: 1997 (lost in first round). * Coach: Henry Bibby. * Scoring leaders: Sam Clancy 17.2, Brian Scalabrine 15.3, David Bluthenthal 13.2, Brandon Granville 13.1. * Rebound leaders: Clancy 7.1, Bluthenthal 6.9. * Assist leader: Granville 6.0 * Three-point basket leaders: Granville 60, Bluthenthal 56. * Last 10 games: 6-4. OKLAHOMA ST. AT A GLANCE * Nickname: Cowboys * Regional seeding: 11th.
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November 9, 1985 | BILL ROBERTSON
Quarterback Victor Williams hit wide receiver Curt Daggett with a 56-yard second-quarter touchdown pass to propel Fullerton High School to a 9-7 Freeway League victory over Sunny Hills at Fullerton District Stadium in front of 1,500. Williams led the Indians offense, completing 7 of 17 passes for 113 yards. He was intercepted twice. Junior fullback Mike Chacon paced the Indians' ground attack by rushing for 75 yards in 21 carries.
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August 1, 1991 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Victor Williams still envisions a professional football career, but his dreams don't have prestigious backdrops such as San Francisco or Buffalo. He would settle for Saskatchewan or Barcelona. When you're a 5-foot-10, 180-pound aspiring pro quarterback, you learn to set your sights a little lower. "I'm not even thinking about the NFL," said Williams, a former standout at Fullerton High School and Fullerton College.
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September 12, 1987 | STEVE KRESAL
Rancho Santiago College, which has opened its last two seasons with upsets of Fullerton, will try to make it three in a row tonight at 7:30 in a nonconference football game at Santa Ana Stadium. Rancho Santiago defeated Fullerton, 26-23, last season and 27-24 in 1985. Both teams feature new quarterbacks. Rick Burns, a sophomore from Santiago High School who played very little last season, starts for Rancho Santiago.
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September 14, 1985
Victor Williams, Fullerton High School quarterback, threw a seven-yard touchdown pass to Curt Daggett with seven seconds left Friday night to rally the Indians to a 21-20 victory over Anaheim High at Fullerton District Stadium. Trailing, 20-14, Williams hit Daggett in the left corner of the end zone to tie the game and Mick Mineni's extra point provided the margin of victory for Fullerton. Anaheim had taken the lead with 3:34 remaining on a two-yard touchdown run by Ernest Johnston.
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September 28, 1985
The Fullerton High School defense registered 12 sacks Friday night as the Indians won their third game of the season by defeating Kennedy, 14-7, in a nonleague game in Handel Stadium. Junior defensive ends Scotty Price and Brett Reuter each had four sacks of Kennedy quarterback Todd Bristow to help hold the Fighting Irish to a minus 23 yards rushing. Fullerton, however, trailed the Irish, 7-6, until Mike Chacon scored a two-yard touchdown with 10:12 remaining.
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October 23, 1988 | STEVE KRESAL, Times Staff Writer
The top two community college running backs in the nation met at Orange Coast College Saturday night, but for three quarters the defenses dominated play. Fullerton's offense finally took control in the fourth quarter and led the Hornets to a 34-17 victory over Golden West in front of about 2,700 in a Mission Conference football game. Blaise Bryant of Golden West had 829 yards going into the game to lead the nation, but Fullerton's front line held Bryant to 56 yards in 20 carries.
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August 1, 1991 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Victor Williams still envisions a professional football career, but his dreams don't have prestigious backdrops such as San Francisco or Buffalo. He would settle for Saskatchewan or Barcelona. When you're a 5-foot-10, 180-pound aspiring pro quarterback, you learn to set your sights a little lower. "I'm not even thinking about the NFL," said Williams, a former standout at Fullerton High School and Fullerton College.
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November 9, 1985 | BILL ROBERTSON
Quarterback Victor Williams hit wide receiver Curt Daggett with a 56-yard second-quarter touchdown pass to propel Fullerton High School to a 9-7 Freeway League victory over Sunny Hills at Fullerton District Stadium in front of 1,500. Williams led the Indians offense, completing 7 of 17 passes for 113 yards. He was intercepted twice. Junior fullback Mike Chacon paced the Indians' ground attack by rushing for 75 yards in 21 carries.
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September 25, 1988 | STEVE KRESAL, Times Staff Writer
As dominations go, the job Fullerton College did on Cerritos Saturday night was about as good as it gets. Jeff Andrews had 195 yards in 22 carries as Fullerton defeated Cerritos, 33-0, in front of about 2,000 at Fullerton District Stadium in the Mission Conference opener for both teams. Fullerton (2-0, 1-0) rolled through the almost porous Cerritos defense for 358 yards in total offense--209 rushing and 149 passing. But Cerritos found few gaps in the Fullerton defense.
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September 20, 1987 | AL PRESTON
Fullerton College ran for three touchdowns in the first half and survived a late Glendale rally to score a 21-14 nonconference win Saturday night at Fullerton. The Vaqueros (0-2) narrowed a 21-0 halftime deficit with two third-quarter touchdowns, but a late goal-line stand helped the Hornets (1-1) preserve the victory.
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