Tag Archives: Mike Nanko
"The Mid Valley Classic": History of the Game (Part 1 of 3)
—First of Three Parts: History of the Game (Tues.), By the Numbers (Weds.), and Stars & Plays (Thurs.)—
(What is now called the “Mid Valley Classic” started way back when these schools were young, 1956, and very slowly [...]
Yeah, I was thinking the same thing…These “Fanview Lite” columns have become “Fanview Obese”… We’ll work on getting this thing down from a bloated “War and Peace” to a more spartan “Great Gatsby” level…Maybe layoff the the carne asada burritos from Alfredo’s a little…
“We’ve had a great week of practice,” said Monrovia [...]
"Only the strong survive!"
I get this feeling, after UCLA calls a timeout near the end of its eventual loss to USC on Saturday night, Peter Carroll said to Matt Barkley; “Sweep the leg!”
And I thought Rick Neuheisel, who is still the best quarterback on the UCLA campus, was right on the money when said [...]
Muir's Jarron Williams, a Mid Valley favorite, knows his Mustangs need two wins to reach CIF this year.
This football season has gone by way too fast…It’s November and the weather feels like April.
I’ve been ripped off.
Of course before all is said and done I’m sure there will be a trip to frigid Paraclete. [...]
Always take the Corral over the Buffet…Especially in Virginia!
“The Across America Edition”
T-minus-30 until “The Mid Valley Classic”
Game Three: September 30, 1971 at Temple City
Mike Nanko ran for 106-yards on 23-carries and a touchdown as the Rams won their 19th straight (of 46 overall) in a 14-0 victory over Arroyo. TC quarterback Bill Wilson finished [...]