November 16, 2018-Last Meeting of the Season

Sponsored by Mel Cohen Insurance Services

• The Great Rivalry Preview – USC vs. UCLA, Harvey Hyde, moderator
    Ben Bolch, UCLA beat writer for the L.A. Times
    Joey Kaufman, USC beat writer for the Pasadena Star-News 

• 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 $28 for members, $33 for non-members
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.
• 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.
• To enter this week’s Empty Chair auction to sit at the speaker’s table, click here or email EmptyChair@PasadenaQuarterbacks.org. Please give us your name, phone number and amount of your bid. Bidding will close on noon this Thursday.

Joey Kaufman at Pasadena QuarterbacksAbout Joey Kaufman

Joey Kaufman covers USC football for the Southern California News Group, which includes the Pasadena Star-News among 10 other daily newspapers in the Southland.

Kaufman has covered the Trojans for three seasons, spanning Clay Helton’s coaching tenure at the school, and previously covered UCLA for the Orange County Register in 2015. His work on the beat has been recognized by the Los Angeles Press Club and the Football Writers Association of America. Before joining the Register, his first full-time newspaper job was at the Northwest Herald in Crystal Lake, Ill., a suburb of Chicago, where he covered local sports.

A native of Burbank, Kaufman attended St. Francis High School in La Cañada before graduating from USC.

 

About Ben Bolch

Ben Bolch has been a Los Angeles Times staff writer since 1999, covering a variety of beats including the NBA, Major League Baseball, college sports and high schools. He first covered UCLA basketball during the 2010-11 season before returning to cover Bruins football and basketball starting in 2016. He is also the author of the recently released book, “100 Things UCLA Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die”, published by Triumph Books and available in bookstores throughout Southern California.

 

About Harvey Hyde

Harvey Hyde graduated from the University of Redlands, began his coaching career at Pasadena City College in 1970 and was head coach (1979-1981). He then transitioned to head coach at UNLV (1982-1985) where his record was 26-19-1. The Rebels had unprecedented success in 1984 with star quarterback Randall Cunningham. UNLV went 11-2, won the Big West Conference title and defeated Toledo in the California Bowl.

Hyde, at one point, was a candidate for a head coaching position at Oregon State.

In 1990, Hyde was George Allen’s associate head coach, recruiting coordinator and running backs coach at Long Beach State. Hyde recruited future NFL star Terrell Davis.

Hyde does a sports radio show for KSHP-AM 1400 in Las Vegas, KDWN in Las Vegas, and KMET in the Inland Empire, that originates from Brad Otton’s Settebello Restaurant (in Pasadena). He is also part of the pregame show for USC and broadcasts USC Review at 7 PM Wednesday nights on KLAA-AM 830.

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