Time to answer a question about a recruiting issue.
USC recruit Brian Baucham ran the fastest time in qualifying (37.43) in the 300-meter hurdles last night. Another incoming freshman, Blake Ayles, had the second-best mark in the discus in qualifying (187-05).
USC commit Randall Carroll had the second-fastest time in the 100 meters (10.48). All finals are tonight.
Mike Gillespie and UC Irvine are up 6-2 on Oral Roberts in the top of the second inning at Lincoln, Neb.
UPDATED: UC Irvine is up 8-7 in the eighth inning. The Anteaters held on for a 9-7 victory.
Blake Ayles is competing in the shot put tonight at the state track and field championships. He currently has the seventh-best mark in the state (169-07).
The O.J. Mayo case is now drawing the attention of the state attorney general’s office.
Q: Don’t know if this has been asked, but any ideas how many players have played against USC from two different teams? Sam Keller (ASU, Nebraska) comes to mind.
A: I can think of Matt Moore (UCLA, Oregon State) off the top of my head. I’ll let the readers fill in other examples.
I think this question pretty much describes some of the Song Girl issues.
The SEC announced revenue figures today. The conference took in $50.6 million from football television, $25.3 million from bowls and $13.7 million from the SEC Football Championship game. And that doesn’t include $11.6 million retained by the institutions participating in bowls.
We hear our good friend, USC baseball coach Chad Kreuter, will return next season.