UCLA Bruins football, 1980–89

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1980[edit]

1980 UCLA Bruins football
Conference Pacific-10 Conference
Ranking
Coaches #13
AP #14
1980 record 9–2 (5–2 Pac-10)
Head coach Terry Donahue
Home stadium Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
(Capacity: 92,604)
Seasons
« 1979 1981 »

The Bruins finished second in the Pacific-10. In the battle for the Victory Bell, the Bruins beat USC.

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance
September 13 Colorado* Los Angeles Memorial ColiseumLos Angeles, CA W 56-14   37,250
September 20 at Purdue* Ross-Ade StadiumWest Lafayette, IN W 23-14   69,333
September 27 Wisconsin* #16 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum • Los Angeles, CA W 35-0   40,018
October 4 at #2 Ohio State* #11 Ohio StadiumColumbus, OH ABC W 17-0   88,084
October 11 #16 Stanford #5 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum • Los Angeles, CA W 35-21   64,175
October 25 at California #3 California Memorial StadiumBerkeley, CA W 32-9   53,000
November 1 at Arizona #2 Arizona StadiumTucson, AZ L 17-23   42,876
November 8 Oregon #8 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum • Los Angeles, CA L 14-20   40,907
November 15 at Arizona State #17 Sun Devil StadiumTempe, AZ W 23-14   65,640
November 22 #12 USC #18 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum • Los Angeles, CA (Battle for the Victory Bell) ABC W 20-17   83,491
November 30 vs. Oregon State #14 National StadiumTokyo, Japan (Mirage Bowl) KTLA W 34-3   80,000
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.

Game summaries[edit]

Colorado[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
Colorado 0 0 7 7 14
• UCLA 28 28 0 0 56

[1]

Team players in the NFL[edit]

The following players were drafted into professional football following the season.

Player Position Round Pick Franchise
Freeman McNeil Running Back 1 3 New York Jets
Kenny Easley Defensive Back 1 4 Seattle Seahawks

[2]

Awards and honors[edit]

  • Kenny Easley, S, All American (consensus), All-Conference Honor
  • Irv Eatman, DT, All-Conference Honor
  • Avon Riley, LB, All-Conference Honor
  • Tim Wrightman, TE, All-Conference Honor
  • Larry Lee, OG, All-Conference Honor
  • Freeman McNeil, TB, All American, All-Conference Honor

1981[edit]

1981 UCLA Bruins football
Bluebonnet Bowl, L, 14–33 vs Michigan
Conference Pacific-10 Conference
1981 record 7–4–1 (4–2–1 Pac-10)
Head coach Terry Donahue
Home stadium Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
(Capacity: 92,604)
Seasons
« 1980 1982 »

The Bruins finished fourth in the Pacific-10. In the battle for the Victory Bell, USC beat the Bruins.

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance
September 12 at Arizona #12 Arizona StadiumTucson, AZ W 35-18   49,311
September 19 at #20 Wisconsin* #9 Camp Randall StadiumMadison, WI W 31-13   69,212
September 26 at Iowa* #6 Kinnick StadiumIowa City, IA KTLA L 7-20   60,004
October 3 Colorado* #16 Los Angeles Memorial ColiseumLos Angeles, CA W 27-7   40,347
October 10 at Stanford #17 Stanford StadiumStanford, CA L 23-26   70,103
October 17 at #18 Washington State Martin StadiumPullman, WA ABC T 17-17   40,000
October 24 California Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum • Los Angeles, CA W 34-6   41,637
October 31 at Oregon Autzen StadiumEugene, OR W 28-11   24,272
November 7 #16 Washington Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum • Los Angeles, CA W 31-0   41,818
November 14 #9 Arizona State #18 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum • Los Angeles, CA W 34-24   47,361
November 21 at #10 USC #15 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum • Los Angeles, CA (Battle for the Victory Bell) ABC L 21-22   89,423
December 31 vs. #16 Michigan* #19 AstrodomeHouston, TX (Bluebonnet Bowl) L 14-33   50,107
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.

Team players in the NFL[edit]

The following players were drafted into professional football following the season.

Player Position Round Pick Franchise
Luis Sharpe Tackle 1 16 St. Louis Cardinals
Tim Wrightman Tight End 3 62 Chicago Bears

[3]

Awards and honors[edit]

1982[edit]

1982 UCLA Bruins football
Pacific-10 champions
Rose Bowl champions
Rose Bowl, W, 24–14 vs Michigan
Conference Pacific-10 Conference
Ranking
Coaches #5
AP #5
1982 record 10–1–1 (5–1–1 Pac-10)
Head coach Terry Donahue
Home stadium Rose Bowl
(Capacity: 104,594)
Seasons
« 1981 1983 »

The Bruins finished first in the Pacific-10. In the battle for the Victory Bell, the Bruins beat USC.

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance
September 11 Long Beach State* #18 Rose BowlPasadena, CA W 41-10   45,396
September 18 at Wisconsin* #14 Camp Randall StadiumMadison, WI W 51-26   77,947
September 25 at #20 Michigan* #12 Michigan StadiumAnn Arbor, MI CBS W 31-27   105,413
October 2 at Colorado* #9 Folsom FieldBoulder, CO W 34-6   38,702
October 9 Arizona #8 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA T 24-24   50,133
October 16 Washington State #12 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA W 42-17   41,732
October 23 at California #11 California Memorial StadiumBerkeley, CA W 47-31   51,600
October 30 Oregon #11 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA W 40-12   40,808
November 6 at #10 Washington #9 Husky StadiumSeattle, WA CBS L 7-10   58,558
November 13 Stanforddagger #12 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA W 38-35   78,452
November 20 #15 USC #11 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA (Battle for the Victory Bell) ABC W 20-19   95,736
January 1 vs. #19 Michigan* #5 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA (Rose Bowl) NBC W 24-14   104,991
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.

Game summaries[edit]

Wisconsin[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
• UCLA 10 20 7 14 51
Wisconsin 0 6 13 7 26

Tom Ramsey completed 17 of 24 passes for 260 yards and rushed 17 times for 56 yards in the game.[4]

Michigan[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
#12 UCLA 0 14 14 3 31
#20 Michigan 7 17 3 0 27

Down 21–0 in the second quarter, Tom Ramsey mounted a 28-point comeback in the second and third quarters to defeat the 20th ranked Michigan team before a capacity crowd of 105,413 fans in Michigan Stadium.

USC[edit]

#15 USC at #11 UCLA
1 2 3 4 Total
USC 3 7 0 9 19
• UCLA 14 3 3 0 20

Noseguard Karl Morgan rushed in to tackle down USC quarterback Scott Tinsley, preventing him from scoring a two-pont conversion after Tinsley had thrown a pass to bring the Trojans back within a point. Linebacker Neal Dellocono was the most valuable player of the game.[5]

Michigan (Rose Bowl)[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
#19 Michigan 0 7 0 7 14
#5 UCLA 7 3 7 7 24
Main article: 1983 Rose Bowl

Using a balanced attack led by QB Tom Ramsey, UCLA took a 10-0 lead in the second quarter. In addition, a hard hit by UCLA DB Don Rogers separated Michigan QB Steve Smith's shoulder and knocked him out of the game. But backup David Hall got the Wolverines on the board, making the halftime score 10-7. The key drive was early in the 3rd quarter when Tom Ramsey completed 7 straight passes, converted numerous 3rd downs, and led UCLA on a brilliant time consuming drive that was capped by Danny Andrews' 9-yard touchdown run to make the score 17-7. In the 4th quarter, UCLA got an interception inside the Michigan 20-yard line and scored again for an insurmountable 24-7 lead. Michigan got one last late touchdown for the final score of 24-14. UCLA played a nearly flawless game, with no turnovers and no penalties until taking an intentional delay of game penalty while running out the clock in the 4th quarter.[6][7]

Team players in the NFL[edit]

The following players were drafted into professional football following the season.

Player Position Round Pick Franchise
Blanchard Montgomery Linebacker 3 59 San Francisco 49ers
Jo-Jo Townsell Wide Receiver 3 78 New York Jets

[8]

Awards and honors[edit]

  • Most Valuable Players for the 1983 Rose Bowl game were: Tom Ramsey (QB) on offense and Don Rogers (FS) on defense.

1983[edit]

1983 UCLA Bruins football
Pacific-10 champions
Rose Bowl champions
Rose Bowl, W, 45–9 vs Illinois
Conference Pacific-10 Conference
Ranking
Coaches #17
AP #13
1983 record 7–4–1 (6–1–1 Pac-10)
Head coach Terry Donahue
Home stadium Rose Bowl
(Capacity: 104,091)
Seasons
« 1982 1984 »

The Bruins finished first in the Pacific-10. In the battle for the Victory Bell, the Bruins beat USC.

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance
September 3 at #15 Georgia* #20 Sanford StadiumAthens, GA ABC L 8-19   82,122
September 17 Arizona State Rose BowlPasadena, CA CBS T 26-26   47,093
September 24 at #1 Nebraska* Memorial StadiumLincoln, NE L 10-42   76,510
October 1 BYU* Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA L 35-37   50,044
October 8 at Stanford Stanford StadiumStanford, CA W 39-21   55,804
October 15 at Washington State Martin StadiumPullman, WA W 24-14   30,000
October 22 California Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA W 20-16   58,062
October 29 #11 Washington Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA ABC W 27-24   60,094
November 5 at Oregon Autzen StadiumEugene, OR W 24-13   24,511
November 12 at Arizona Arizona StadiumTucson, AZ CBS L 24-27   42,640
November 19 at USC Los Angeles Memorial ColiseumLos Angeles, CA (Battle for the Victory Bell) W 27-17   83,763
January 2 vs. #4 Illinois* Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA (Rose Bowl) NBC W 45-9   103,217
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.

Game summaries[edit]

USC[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
• UCLA 3 3 7 14 27
USC 0 10 0 7 17

[9]

Team players in the NFL[edit]

The following players were drafted into professional football following the season.

Player Position Round Pick Franchise
Don Rogers Defensive Back 1 18 Cleveland Browns
Jay Schroeder Quarterback 3 83 Washington Redskins

[10]

Awards and honors[edit]

1984[edit]

1984 UCLA Bruins football
Fiesta Bowl champions
Fiesta Bowl, W, 39–37 vs Miami (FL)
Conference Pacific-10 Conference
Ranking
Coaches #9
AP #10
1984 record 9–3 (5–2 Pac-10)
Head coach Terry Donahue
Home stadium Rose Bowl
(Capacity: 104,091)
Seasons
« 1983 1985 »

The Bruins finished fourth in the Pacific-10. In the battle for the Victory Bell, the Bruins beat USC.

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance
September 8 at San Diego State* #4 Jack Murphy StadiumSan Diego, CA W 18-15   49,220
September 15 Long Beach State* #7 Rose BowlPasadena, CA W 23-17   40,132
September 22 #1 Nebraska* #8 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA CBS L 3-42   71,355
September 29 at Colorado* #17 Folsom FieldBoulder, CO W 33-16   38,925
October 6 Stanford #17 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA Metro L 21-23   53,806
October 13 Washington State Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA W 27-24   40,122
October 20 at California California Memorial StadiumBerkeley, CA CBS W 17-14   55,200
October 27 at Arizona State Sun Devil StadiumTempe, AZ CBS W 21-13   67,221
November 3 Oregondagger Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA Metro L 18-20   44,420
November 10 Oregon State Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA W 26-17   34,116
November 17 #7 USC Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA (Battle for the Victory Bell) CBS W 29-10   90,096
January 1 vs. #13 Miami (FL)* #14 Sun Devil StadiumTempe, AZ (Fiesta Bowl) NBC W 39-37   60,310
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.

Game notes[edit]

Colorado[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
UCLA 7 6 13 7 33
Colorado 0 6 3 7 16

[11]


Team players in the NFL[edit]

The following players were drafted into professional football following the season.

Player Position Round Pick Franchise
Steve Bono Quarterback 6 142 Minnesota Vikings
Mike Young Wide Receiver 6 161 Los Angeles Rams
Ron Pitts Defensive Back 7 169 Buffalo Bills
Duval Love Guard 10 274 Los Angeles Rams

[12]

Awards and honors[edit]

1985[edit]

1985 UCLA Bruins football
Pacific-10 champions
Rose Bowl champions
Rose Bowl, W, 45–28 vs Iowa
Conference Pacific-10 Conference
Ranking
Coaches #7
AP #6
1985 record 9–2–1 (6–2 Pac-10)
Head coach Terry Donahue
Home stadium Rose Bowl
(Capacity: 104,091)
Seasons
« 1984 1986 »

The Bruins finished first in the Pacific-10. In the battle for the Victory Bell, USC beat the Bruins.

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance
September 7 at #8 BYU* #20 Cougar StadiumProvo, UT ESPN W 27-24   65,455
September 14 at Tennessee* #10 Neyland StadiumKnoxville, TN ABC T 26-26   94,370
September 21 San Diego State* #12 Rose BowlPasadena, CA W 34-16   54,625
September 28 at Washington #13 Husky StadiumSeattle, WA CBS L 14-21   60,801
October 5 Arizona State Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA CBS W 40-17   50,494
October 12 at Stanford Stanford StadiumStanford, CA W 34-9   63,000
October 19 at Washington State #18 Martin StadiumPullman, WA KNBC W 31-30   32,302
October 26 California #17 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA TBS W 34-7   61,530
November 9 at Arizona #14 Arizona StadiumTucson, AZ W 24-19   57,779
November 16 Oregon State #13 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA W 41-0   45,102
November 23 at USC #8 Los Angeles Memorial ColiseumLos Angeles, CA (Battle for the Victory Bell) L 13-17   90,064
January 1 vs. #4 Iowa* #13 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA (Rose Bowl) NBC W 45-28   103,292
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.

Team players in the NFL[edit]

The following players were drafted into professional football following the season.

Player Position Round Pick Franchise
Mike Sherrard Wide Receiver 1 18 Dallas Cowboys
John Lee Kicker 2 32 St. Louis Cardinals
Mark Walen Defensive Tackle 3 74 Dallas Cowboys
Tommy Taylor Linebacker 4 97 San Diego Chargers
Robert Jenkins Tackle 6 144 Los Angeles Rams
Steve Jarecki Linebacker 8 195 Los Angeles Rams

[13]

Awards and honors[edit]

1986[edit]

1986 UCLA Bruins football
Freedom Bowl champions
Freedom Bowl, W, 31–10 vs BYU
Conference Pacific-10 Conference
Ranking
Coaches #14
AP #14
1986 record 8–3–1 (5–2–1 Pac-10)
Head coach Terry Donahue
Home stadium Rose Bowl
(Capacity: 104,091)
Seasons
« 1985 1987 »

The Bruins finished second in the Pacific-10. In the battle for the Victory Bell, the Bruins beat USC.

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance
September 6 at #1 Oklahoma* #4 Oklahoma Memorial StadiumNorman, OK ABC L 3-38   75,684
September 20 at San Diego State* #19 Jack Murphy StadiumSan Diego, CA W 45-14   50,338
September 27 Long Beach State* #16 Rose BowlPasadena, CA Prime W 41-23   48,140
October 4 #16 Arizona State #15 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA CBS L 9-16   51,533
October 11 #11 Arizona Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA CBS W 32-25   51,279
October 18 at California #19 California Memorial StadiumBerkeley, CA W 36-10   59,000
October 25 Washington State #17 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA W 54-16   46,189
November 1 at Oregon State #15 Civic StadiumPortland, OR W 49-0   23,703
November 8 Stanforddagger #12 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA CBS L 23-28   68,857
November 15 at #10 Washington #19 Husky StadiumSeattle, WA CBS T 17-17   59,916
November 22 #10 USC #18 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA (Battle for the Victory Bell) Prime W 45-25   98,370
December 30 vs. BYU* #15 Anaheim StadiumAnaheim, CA (Freedom Bowl) Mizlou W 31-10   55,422
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.

Game notes[edit]

  • November 1, 1986 – UCLA defense scored three touchdowns against Oregon State[14]

Team players in the NFL[edit]

Awards and honors[edit]

1987[edit]

1987 UCLA Bruins football
Pacific-10 co-champions
Aloha Bowl champions
Aloha Bowl, W, 20–16 vs. Florida
Conference Pacific-10 Conference
Ranking
Coaches #9
AP #11
1987 record 10–2 (7–1 Pac-10)
Head coach Terry Donahue
Offensive coordinator Steve Axman
Home stadium Rose Bowl
(Capacity: 104,091)
Seasons
« 1986 1988 »

The Bruins finished first in the Pacific-10. In the battle for the Victory Bell, USC beat the Bruins.

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance
September 5 San Diego State* #3 Rose BowlPasadena, CA PPV W 47-14   54,287
September 12 at #2 Nebraska* #3 Memorial StadiumLincoln, NE ESPN L 33-42   76,313
September 19 Fresno State* #13 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA W 17-0   49,264
September 26 Arizona #13 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA ABC W 34-24   55,823
October 3 at Stanford #11 Stanford StadiumStanford, CA ABC W 49-0   57,500
October 17 #16 Oregon #9 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA PPV W 41-10   53,320
October 24 California #8 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA W 42-18   51,107
October 31 at Arizona State #7 Sun Devil StadiumTempe, AZ ABC W 31-23   70,754
November 7 at Oregon State #7 Parker StadiumCorvallis, OR W 52-17   20,104
November 14 Washington #5 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA ABC W 47-14   70,332
November 21 at USC #5 Los Angeles Memorial ColiseumLos Angeles, CA (Battle for the Victory Bell) ABC L 13-17   92,516
December 25 vs. Florida* #10 Aloha StadiumHonolulu, HI (Aloha Bowl) ABC W 20-16   24,839
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.

Game summaries[edit]

Oregon[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
Oregon 0 7 3 0 10
UCLA 7 10 7 17 41

[15]


Team players in the NFL[edit]

The following players were drafted into professional football following the season.

Player Position Round Pick Franchise
Gaston Green Running Back 1 14 Los Angeles Rams
Ken Norton, Jr. Linebacker 2 41 Dallas Cowboys
Flipper Anderson Wide Receiver 2 46 Los Angeles Rams
David Richards Guard 4 98 San Diego Chargers
Dennis Price Defensive Back 5 131 Los Angeles Raiders
James Washington Defensive Back 5 137 Los Angeles Rams
James Primus Running Back 9 222 Atlanta Falcons
Mel Farr Running Back 9 248 Denver Broncos
Paco Craig Wide Receiver 10 254 Detroit Lions
Ben Hummel Linebacker 12 317 Dallas Cowboys

[16]

Awards and honors[edit]

1988[edit]

1988 UCLA Bruins football
Cotton Bowl Classic Champions
Conference Pacific-10 Conference
Ranking
Coaches #6
AP #6
1988 record 10–2–0 (6–2–0 Pac-10)
Head coach Terry Donahue
Offensive coordinator Steve Axman
Home stadium Rose Bowl
(Capacity: 104,091)
Seasons
« 1987 1989 »

In the battle for the Victory Bell, USC beat the Bruins.

Team Players in the NFL[edit]

The following players were claimed in the 1989 NFL Draft.

Player Position Round Pick NFL Club
Troy Aikman Quarterback 1 1 Dallas Cowboys
Carnell Lake Defensive Back 2 34 Pittsburgh Steelers
Eric Ball Running Back 2 35 Cincinnati Bengals
Darryl Henley Defensive Back 2 53 Los Angeles Rams
Jim Wahler Defensive Tackle 4 94 Phoenix Cardinals
Marcus Turner Defensive Back 11 283 Kansas City Chiefs
Eric Smith Tackle 12 326 New York Giants

[17]

Awards and honors[edit]

  • Troy Aikman, QB, Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award

1989[edit]

1989 UCLA Bruins football
Conference Pacific-10 Conference
1989 record 3–7–1 (2–5–1 Pac-10)
Head coach Terry Donahue
Home stadium Rose Bowl
(Capacity: 104,091)
Seasons
« 1988 1990 »

The Bruins finished ninth in the Pacific-10. In the battle for the Victory Bell, USC tied the Bruins. The eight consecutive bowl game win streak ended.

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance
September 9 Tennessee* #6 Rose BowlPasadena, CA Prime L 6-24   54,316
September 16 at San Diego State* #20 Jack Murphy StadiumSan Diego, CA W 28-25   31,639
September 23 #5 Michigan* #24 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA ABC L 23-24   71,797
September 30 California Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA W 24-6   50,183
October 7 Arizona State #25 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA ESPN W 33-14   53,188
October 14 at Arizona #22 Arizona StadiumTucson, AZ ABC L 7-42   51,562
October 21 at Oregon State Parker StadiumCorvallis, OR ABC L 17-18   21,510
October 28 Washington Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA ABC L 27-28   48,801
November 4 at Stanford Stanford StadiumStanford, CA L 14-17   45,000
November 11 Oregon Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA Prime L 20-38   46,433
November 18 at #8 USC Los Angeles Memorial ColiseumLos Angeles, CA (Battle for the Victory Bell) ABC T 10-10   86,672
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll.

Team players in the NFL[edit]

Awards and honors[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bruins go on a Buffalo hunt." Eugene Register-Guard. 1980 Sept 14.
  2. ^ http://www.pro-football-reference.com/draft/1981.htm
  3. ^ http://www.pro-football-reference.com/draft/1982.htm
  4. ^ "UCLA whips Wisconsin." Eugene Register-Guard. 1982 Sept 19. Retrieved 2014-Dec-15
  5. ^ Gainesville Sun. 1982 Nov 21. Retrieved 2015-Jan-12.
  6. ^ Tracy Dodds - A New Year... but an Old Story. UCLA Repeats Itself Against Michigan, 24-14, With Ramsey Showing the Way. Los Angeles Times, January 2, 1983. Quote: "The Rose Bowl game on New Year's Day, 1983, was Tom Ramsey's Rose Bowl game."
  7. ^ 1983 Rose Bowl - Michigan Bowl history. University of Michigan Athletic Department
  8. ^ http://www.pro-football-reference.com/draft/1983.htm
  9. ^ Gainesville Sun. 1982 Nov 20.
  10. ^ http://www.pro-football-reference.com/draft/1984.htm
  11. ^ Gainesville Sun. 1984 Oct 1.
  12. ^ http://www.pro-football-reference.com/draft/1985.htm
  13. ^ http://www.pro-football-reference.com/draft/1986.htm
  14. ^ Chris Foster, For UCLA's Ishmael Adams, a lost helmet equals lost punt return TD, Los Angeles Times, August 31, 2014
  15. ^ Gainesville Sun. 1987 Oct 18.
  16. ^ http://www.pro-football-reference.com/draft/1988.htm
  17. ^ http://www.pro-football-reference.com/draft/1989.htm