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“It’s very frustrating I don’t understand, I understand there’s a traffic fatality and I’m not sure, and I’m really really I feel bad about getting upset but hopefully we’re going to make it home,” said Swope. I 10 reopened roughly four hours after the fatal wreck but the backup still lingered for people trying to get to their destinations. The cause of that crash is still under investigation.
The next year, I became the sports editor for the paper. I then brought my talents to Southern California and Cal State Long Beach, where I was able to get my first big break. My uncle, Gary Cruz, an emmy winning sports anchor, took a job at KCAL just up the road in Los Angeles.
He had been slowed in recent weeks because of a club like cast on his left hand, which he broke Dec. 9. On Sunday, Watt had three sacks, forced a fumble and recovered another one in his first game without the cast. Madden retired from coaching after the 1978 season, citing a stomach ulcer and fatigue. In his 1984 best selling book Hey, Wait a Minute (I wrote a book!), Madden noted that he had been so focused on football that he’d become estranged from his family, at one point thinking his 16 year old son was twelve. But he didn’t stay out of the limelight for long: in the early 1980s he became an iconic pitchman for Miller Lite, appearing in the beer’s famous “tastes great, less filling” ad campaign.