Glenn Carano
American football player
Glenn Carano
Glenn Thomas Carano is a former American football quarterback in the National Football League who played for the Dallas Cowboys for seven seasons. He was a back-up the entire time behind hall-of-famer Roger Staubach and later Danny White and started only one game. Carano was born in San Pedro, California, of part Italian descent. His father, Donald L. "Don" Carano, is a hotelier in Nevada. He played with the Pittsburgh Maulers of the United States Football League.
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Dan Hinxman: Work ethic, intelligence make Carr NFL starter - Reno Gazette Journal
Google News - over 5 years
He certainly would be in the argument of Reno's greatest ever football players, joining the likes of JoJo Townsell, Dave Wyman and Glenn Carano, but that's not something he thinks about. "I just want to be known as an inspiration," he said
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CommRow project boulders into downtown Reno - Reno Gazette-Journal
Google News - over 5 years
Another RSCVA board member, Glenn Carano of the Silver Legacy Resort Casino two blocks to the north of CommRow, welcomes new life in the shell of the old Fitzgeralds which closed in December 2008 after 32 years. "It's a good deal, and it's good for
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Gina Carano moves from the ring to the movie screen - SheKnows.com
Google News - over 5 years
The MMA champion is an expert in Muay Thai, kicked butt on American Gladiators and is the daughter of Dallas Cowboys quarterback Glenn Carano. Now the tough yet beautiful brunette is stepping out of the ring and onto the big screen after being cast in
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Reno-Tahoe Open Renegades promoting area as business destination during tournament - Reno Gazette Journal
Google News - over 5 years
John Sande III, Randolph Townsend, Mike Bosma, Scott Shanks, Jim Crofoot, Bob Sader, Chase Stigall, Jim Bauserman, Stan Jaksick, Steve Frank, Jim DeVolld, Jesse Haw, Dominic Brunetti, Rick Murdock, Glenn Carano, Gregg Carano, Gene Carano, Gary Carano,
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Gina Carano Pulls Out of Strikeforce 18 - KOLO
Google News - over 5 years
It's due to hit the theaters in August. Carano has dabbled in Hollywood before as one of the cast members of "American Gladiators." She was known as Crush on the hit NBC show. Carano is the daughter of Glenn Carano of both the Eldorado and the Silver
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Expedia, hotels.com and others are necessary evil for local hotel-casinos - Reno Gazette-Journal
Google News - almost 6 years
"They're killing this community," Glenn Carano of the Silver Legacy Resort Casino said recently in delivering an RSCVA marketing committee report to fellow agency board members. And they're challenging the RSCVA's lifeblood: room taxes, the agency's
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PLUS: BOXING; Judah Fined $75,000 And Suspended
NYTimes - about 15 years
Zab Judah, the former junior welterweight champion, was fined $75,000 and suspended for six months by the Nevada State Athletic Commission yesterday for throwing a stool and putting a glove to a referee's chin after losing a match last month. ''It's fair,'' Judah said after pleading his case before the commission, which approved the sanctions, 5-0.
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BOXING; Tyson Is Told He Must Wait for 14 More Days
NYTimes - over 18 years
Mike Tyson kept his cool, but it did not matter. He is going to have to wait for another two weeks, until the Nevada State Athletic Commission meets again to consider his application for a boxing license. In a hearing that lasted 6 hours 15 minutes, members of the commission voted today to continue the proceedings until Oct. 3. Elias Ghanem, the
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COWBOY RENAISSANCE, FROM OWNER TO QUATERBACK
NYTimes - over 32 years
DALLAS AT first, the tugs of war within the Dallas Cowboys family were almost imperceptible. The owner's health was failing; he needed to settle his estate. The team's confidence in the quarterback was eroding; the younger man yearned for the chance to take over. Recent drafts had been less fruitful than expected; the team was aging. By the 15th
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PLAYS ; GENERALS' DEFENSIVE 'STOPPER'
NYTimes - almost 33 years
The Generals worked hard to win their game on Monday night against the lowly Pittsburgh Maulers. They appeared to have the decision in hand when Herschel Walker ran off left tackle for 38 yards and a touchdown in the 11th minute of the fourth quarter. That put them ahead, 16-7. Then they began to give the game back. Maurice Carthon fumbled, and
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SLOPPY GENERALS DOWN MAULERS
NYTimes - almost 33 years
The Generals won their game against the Pittsburgh Maulers tonight, 16-14, but won no accolades for their play. Against an opponent that had won only twice this season and had lost its last six games, the Generals made one mistake after another. There was bumbling and fumbling, penalties, poor play by special teams on kicking plays and no sense of
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SPEK OF GENERALS UNFORESEEN BONUS
NYTimes - almost 33 years
Most pass receptions, game: 10, Jeff Spek, New Jersey, vs. Washington, 5/11. That is the newest team record for the Generals, who take on the Pittsburgh Maulers tonight at Giants Stadium. It is a modest achievement from an unexpected source, a tight end who was never projected to go far in professional football. On May 11 in Washington, Jeff Spek
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PLAYS; SACK'S EFFECT LINGERS
NYTimes - almost 33 years
The Generals were about to lose the game. After a commendable comeback with two touchdowns in the fourth quarter Sunday, they held the lead, 14-10, on a wet field in Pittsburgh. But the Maulers were at New Jersey's 3-yard line on third down with a minute left on the clock. A big play was needed, even one full of risk, and the Generals' Willie
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152 YARDS FOR WALKER AS GENERALS WIN
NYTimes - almost 33 years
WILLIAM N. WALLACE PITTSBURGH, April 22 - Herschel Walker ran on water today. The halfback rushed for 152 yards in the rain as the Generals rallied with two touchdowns in the final quarter to defeat the Pittsburgh Maulers, 14-10. Because the rain had no place to drain from the waterproof artifical turf at Three Rivers Stadium, pools covered most of
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OUTLOOK IS MIXED FOR U.S.F.L.
NYTimes - almost 33 years
Jim LeClair, the veteran linebacker for the Generals, insisted this spring that ''the United States Football League is the best thing that ever happened to football players.'' The league has also done well, at least for the original owners of 7 of last year's 12 charter teams, who sold their franchises at a profit. Their departure brought forth new
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Young Stands Out In Express Victory
NYTimes - almost 33 years
Steve Young capped his best game as a professional when he scored on a 1-yard quarterback sneak 2 minutes 51 seconds into overtime tonight to give the Los Angeles Express a 23-17 victory over the Memphis Showboats. The Los Angeles kicker, Tony Zendejas, sent the game into overtime when he hit a 27-yard field with one second remaining in regulation
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U.S.F.L.; Stars Triumph By 22-21
NYTimes - almost 33 years
Chuck Fusina passed 11 yards for a touchdown to Willie Collier with 1 minute 40 seconds to play and David Trout kicked the winning extra-point as the Philadelphia Stars rallied for 16 points and beat the Arizona Wranglers, 22-21, today. The Stars (6-1), who won their fourth consecutive game, were without the running back Kelvin Bryant, the league's
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Panthers Win, 26-10, but Lose Carter
NYTimes - almost 33 years
The unbeaten Michigan Panthers defeated the San Antonio Gunslingers, 26-10, today but lost their star wide receiver, Anthony Carter, with a broken left arm. Novo Bojovic kicked four field goals for the Panthers, who lead the United States Football League's Central Division with a 6-0 record. The Gunslingers fell to 1-5. Carter, the league's second
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