Official/Unofficial business

Howard Jones Field has many uses. Some not discussed. For example, one night this week it hosted a soccer game even though the doors were locked. Fence hopping required!
Tomorrow, the field gets two more uses: It will serve as the warm-up area for the track meet at Cromwell Field. And it will then be the site of a rugby game. No fence-hopping required.

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Blind item time

I’ve now heard a second of those 10 commitments contacted UCLA this week, and that’s not including the much-discussed Randall Carroll. Stay tuned.

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Alamo Bowl history

I heard the Pac-10 actually spoke to the Alamo Bowl a few years ago but when Builders Square was a sponsor, it requested a Big Ten opponent because of its Midwest locations. The game is currently sponsored by Valero Energy Corp., which has refiniries in Wilmington and Benicia. So there’s a California tie in. But don’t hold your breath.

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Rankings report

Be sure to check out the link to the right with the rankings of USC’s announcers and feature on genuine nice guy Rory Markas.

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Morning report

Pete Carroll interviewed Peter Quaweay, most recently an assistant coach at Rhode Island, for the secondary coach position.

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