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  • Football: La Habra running back picks BYU

     
    La Habra running back Josh Quezada has committed to Brigham Young. -- Eric SOndheimer...
  • Football: A weekend to remember for Bill Redell?

     
    It could be a weekend of milestones for Bill Redell. The Oaks Christian coach is scheduled to emcee the 50th reunion of the San Marino High Class of 1959 on Saturday at Balboa Bay Club in Newport Beach. An even......
  • Ex-Mormon calendar- maker has BYU diploma yanked

    Ex-Mormon calendar- maker has BYU diploma yanked
    Brigham Young University has yanked the diploma of a man who created a calendar featuring shirtless Mormon missionaries and was later excommunicated from the church. Chad Hardy of Las Vegas attended graduation ceremonies Aug. 15 after finishing up his...
  • UCLA hires Norm Chow as offensive coordinator

    UCLA hires Norm Chow as offensive coordinator
    Norm Chow, the offensive mind who helped USC win two national titles, has agreed to join UCLA's staff as offensive coordinator, sources familiar with the situation said. Rick Neuheisel coveted Chow from the moment he was hired as Bruins coach in late...
  • Where Few Dare to Disobey

    COLORADO CITY, Ariz. -- To his followers, Warren Jeffs is a teacher and spiritual leader who channels divine revelations -- the man they call their prophet. To the FBI, Jeffs is an accused rapist and fugitive on its 10 Most Wanted list with a $100,000...
  • Saddle up and head out to Butch Cassidy territory

    It is easiest to see the wild, isolated Robbers Roost country where Butch often hid out from Angel Point, overlooking the Dirty Devil River. A rough dirt loop road leads here from Utah 95 about five miles south of Hanksville. There are occasional...
  • They're American, except in the Olympics

    They're American, except in the Olympics
    Giovanni Lanaro was born in Los Angeles, grew up in La Puente, attended Cal State Fullerton, and coaches and trains at Mt. San Antonio College. Yet, when the torch is lighted during opening ceremonies this summer at the Beijing Olympics, the world's...
  • Cowan to start at quarterback

    Cowan to start at quarterback
    UCLA will go with the quarterback who has beaten USC, though whether he is the one who finishes the game against the Trojans is to be seen. Patrick Cowan, who ran the offense last season in a 13-9 victory over the Trojans, will start Saturday, Coach Karl...
  • Walker to coach Bruins in bowl game

    Walker to coach Bruins in bowl game
    Asked how his job had changed after being named interim coach of the UCLA football team Tuesday, DeWayne Walker had a one-word answer: "Drastically." Walker, the Bruins' defensive coordinator the last two seasons, will guide UCLA against Brigham Young...
  • Hooked on more than football

    Green Bay has its Packers, but whether the season ends today or in two weeks after the Super Bowl, fans will still have their fishing. The pastime "is a prominent part of the North Woods culture, as are beer, cheese and Green Bay Packers football,"...
  • 'Fugue State' by Brian Evenson

    Fugue State Stories Brian Evenson Coffee House Press: 208 pp., $14.95 paper Brian Evenson is the Donald Barthelme of psychological horror. Over a career of four novels and five story collections, he has birthed a distinctive, postmodern style for...