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During the four seasons from 1982-85, Karl Dorell served as a receiver at the University of California, Los Angeles.
In 1988, he became a graduate assistant for the Bruins and served as their head coach for five seasons in 2003-07.
On Saturday, when Buffalo played against the Bears, t
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