Larry Moriarty
American football player
Larry Moriarty
Larry Moriarty is a former professional American football player who played running back for six seasons for the Houston Oilers and Kansas City Chiefs he was drafted by the Houston Oilers in the 5th round (114th overall) of the 1983 NFL Draft. He attended Notre Dame in Indiana.
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Rrrrrrrippp! Another Victim Of Armrests On the L.I.R.R.
NYTimes - over 12 years
Experts on two continents haggled in three languages over details of the design for the Long Island Rail Road's M7 cars. A group of Dutch ergonomics experts was paid to watch how Long Islanders sit on trains. There were rounds of meetings with the French Canadian company Bombardier, which built the cars. And riders were studied, questioned and
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Transactions
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: BASKETBALL MIAMI (NBA) - Waived Connor Henry and Tony Fairley, guards. Signed Jamie Waller, guard. FOOTBALL ATLANTA (NFC) - Released Leander Knight, defensive back, and Reggie Camp, defensive end. Signed Evan Cooper, safety. GREEN BAY (NFC) - Placed Walter Stanley, wide receiver, on injured reserve. BASKETBALL MIAMI (NBA) - Waived Connor
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McMahon Again Sparks Bear Victory
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: Jim McMahon passed for three touchdowns, including a 38-yarder to Willie Gault with 4 minutes 44 seconds left today, to lead the Chicago Bears to a 31-28 comeback victory over the Kansas City Chiefs. Jim McMahon passed for three touchdowns, including a 38-yarder to Willie Gault with 4 minutes 44 seconds left today, to lead the Chicago Bears
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RYAN REVIVES JETS AND BURIES CHIEFS IN PLAYOFF, 35-15
NYTimes - about 30 years
The Jets found themselves, and the Kansas City Chiefs, just in time today. A combination of a revived Jets squad led by a new quarterback and a Chiefs team that could not connect on key plays paced the Jets to a 35-15 wild-card playoff victory today at Giants Stadium. It propelled them to the American Conference divisional playoffs against the
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Doug Flutie Rights Traded to the Bears
NYTimes - over 30 years
Doug Flutie's long-awaited chance to play in the National Football League came a step closer today, moments before the trading deadline passed. The Los Angeles Rams, who had drafted the former Boston College quarterback in the 11th round of the 1985 college draft, when he was still playing for the Generals of the United States Football League,
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JETS HAVE TOP PAYROLL, SURVEY SHOWS
NYTimes - over 31 years
The Jets have the highest payroll in the league, with a scheduled dispersal of $14.38 million for the season, or an average of $217,823 per player under contract, according to a recent National Football League survey. The survey was designed to put a gross value on player salaries, based on the 45-man active roster and those on the various inactive
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TRANSACTIONS
NYTimes - over 31 years
BASEBALL TEXAS (AL) - Acquired the pitchers: Matt Williams and Jeff Mays from Toronto Blue Jays. FOOTBALL BUFFALO (AFC) - Signed Eason Ramson, tight end. Waived Dean Prater, defensive end. CINCINNATI (AFC) - Placed Tom Dinkel, linebacker, on waivers. Activated Ross Browner, defensive end. CLEVELAND (AFC) - Waived Bruce Davis, wide receiver. Signed
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JOHNSON'S CIRCUITOUS ROUTE TO THE N.F.L.
NYTimes - over 31 years
The movement of players from the United States Football League to the National Football League continued last week, when the San Diego Chargers signed Trumaine Johnson, the former wide receiver of the Arizona Outlaws. But how Johnson became a Charger is a curious tale of role-reversal, in that his road to San Diego was cleared, to a large degree,
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2 EX-IRISH RUSHERS TURN IN BIG GAMES
NYTimes - over 32 years
The Buffalo Bills won for the first time this season Sunday, and the Houston Oilers for the second. There's a coincidence: Each team was powered by a running back from Notre Dame. Greg Bell, the Bills' first-round draft choice this year, became the sixth rookie in National Football League history to rush for 200 yards in a game, as the Bills
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SPORTS OF THE TIMES; PUNISHMENT THAT FITS THE PAST
NYTimes - over 32 years
IN the best of times, sports commissioners should be like small children. Seen but not heard. This, however, is not the best of times. Not when the National Basketball Association fines two of its show-window players, Larry Bird and Julius Erving, $7,500 each for fighting. Not when the National Football League fines Lyle Alzado a total of $5,000
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SAINTS GET OILERS' CAMPBELL
NYTimes - over 32 years
Earl Campbell and Brad Van Pelt, both of whom had expressed a desire to play for other teams, got their wishes yesterday. The Houston Oilers, off to a dreary 0-6 start, traded Campbell, the leading rusher in their history, to the New Orleans Saints. And the Minnesota Vikings, who acquired Van Pelt from the Giants in July, traded him to the Los
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OILERS FINALLY WIN
NYTimes - over 33 years
Oliver Luck, making his first pro start, completed two touchdown passes as the Houston Oilers snapped a 17-game losing streak with a 27-17 victory today over the Detroit Lions. It was the Oilers' first victory since they beat Seattle, 23-21, on Sept. 19, 1982 and gave them a 1-10 record this season. The victory kept the Oilers from tying the team
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SEAHAWKS UPSET CHARGERS BY 34-31
NYTimes - over 33 years
Steve Largent caught touchdown passes of 41 and 5 yards from Jim Zorn and the rookie Curt Warner rushed for 109 yards as the Seattle Seahawks defeated the San Diego Chargers, 34-31, today. The Seahawks, 2-1, took advantage of numerous San Diego mistakes, including three interceptions of Dan Fouts's passes, to score their second upset in a row. Last
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PACKERS TRIUMPH IN OVERTIME, 41-38
NYTimes - over 33 years
Green Bay's Jan Stenerud kicked a 42-yard field goal with 9 minutes 5 seconds remaining in overtime to cap a five- touchdown performance by the quarterback Lynn Dickey as the Packers scored a 41-38 victory today over the Houston Oilers. Dickey threw four first-half touchdown passes and added a fifth that tied the score late in the game, but had to
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TOP-RANKED PITT LOSES TO NOTRE DAME BY 31-16
NYTimes - over 34 years
Buoyed by an errorless defense and a bit of offensive trickery, Notre Dame stunned previously-unbeaten Pittsburgh, the top-ranked team in the country, 31-16, today before 60,162 fans at Pitt Stadium. The Panthers, who last week held the No.1 position in both of the nation's wire-service polls and The New York Times computer rankings, saw their
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NOTRE DAME PASSES DOWN NAVY, 27-10
NYTimes - over 34 years
Notre Dame's offense had more spark today than it had displayed in the last six weeks as Blair Kiel threw his first two touchdown passes of the season on the way to a 27-10 victory over Navy at Giants Stadium. Kiel completed 18 of 34 passes for 220 yards, threw six consecutive completions on an eight-play drive of 80 yards en route to the first
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NYTimes - over 34 years
ELWAY RALLIES STANFORD TO UPSET OHIO STATE BY 23-20 COLUMBUS, Ohio, Sept. 25 (AP) - John Elway's passing led Stanford 80 yards in 64 seconds for a 23-20 upset of Ohio State today. Elway threw 18 yards to Emile Harry for the winning touchdown with 34 seconds left. Elway connected on four of six passes on the drive, which began after the Cardinals
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IRISH UPSET REFLECTS CHANGES
NYTimes - over 34 years
Notre Dame's 23-17 victory over Michigan in season opener Saturday night at South Bend, Ind., indicated that Coach Gerry Faust really meant it when he said that changes he had made since last season were for the better. Bo Schembechler, Michigan's coach who was unusually pleasant and calm after his team had been upset, said, ''I didn't recognize
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IRISH HOLD OFF MICHIGAN, 23-17
NYTimes - over 34 years
A quick, strong and totally revised Notre Dame football team opened its season with an impressive 23-17 victory over favored Michigan tonight in the first night game ever staged at Notre Dame Stadium. The Irish dominated most of the game and made the big plays as Gerry Faust established that he had learned from his mistakes of a year ago when, in
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