November 15, 2019 Meeting

Sponsored by Tom Bent

• Dylan Hernandez, L.A. Times Sports Columnist

• Laura Farber, President, Pasadena Tournament of Roses

• Doors open at 11:00a.m.; lunch will be served at 11:30a.m. and the program begins promptly at 12:00 noon

Location: University Club, 175 N. Oakland, Pasadena, CA
• Cost is $30 for members, $35 for non-members, cash or check at the door.
Click here to RSVP. Please note that your RSVP provides a headcount for food service. It does not reserve or guarantee a selected table or place at a table. RSVPs are appreciated, but not required.
• Free valet parking in lot adjacent to the University Club. Look for the Quarterbacks’ banner at the lot entrance. There is two-hour parking on the streets

Dylan Hernandez speaks at the Pasadena Quarterbacks

About Dylan Hernandez

Dylan Hernandez is a sports columnist for the Los Angeles Times. Born to a Salvadoran father and Japanese mother, Hernandez spent the majority of his childhood in South Pasadena. He graduated from South Pasadena High School in 1998, after which he attended UCLA.

His first newspaper internship in college was at the Sun-Herald in Biloxi, Mississippi. He also spent a summer working at the Boston Globe. His first full-time job was at the San Jose Mercury News.

He was hired by the Los Angeles Times in 2007 to cover the Dodgers and spent eight seasons on the Dodgers beat. He has since been a columnist, writing opinion pieces on various sports.

Hernandez resides in South Pasadena with his wife and two children.


“The Quarterly” Magazine Visits Quarterbacks

Jason Olson Pasadena QuarterbacksWhen Jake Olson spoke at the Pasadena Quarterbacks’ October 5, 2018 meeting, San Gabriel Valley’s The Quarterly magazine was there to get to know the blind long snapper from the USC Trojans. Click here to read the article about Olson featured in the Winter 2018 edition; go to page 15.

Quarterbacks’ Brick at Rose Bowl

Did you know that your Pasadena Quarterbacks purchased ‘a brick’ as our contribution to the Rose Bowl upgrade? Here’s what it looks like:


You can check it out in person: The brick is located at Gate “A” (the main south entrance to the stadium), at the northwest corner of the brick garden. Look for the City of Pasadena section. Our brick is in the bottom row, and under the word City.

A fitting tribute to the City, Rose Bowl, and our presence in both.