Do you believe USC really must win the rest of its Pac-10 regular-season games to have a chance at the NCAA Tournament?
Here’s a question we forgot to answer. By the way, anyone donating that podium yet? Preferably with a Win Forever logo.
I can report that these questions (and answers) are once again being scrutinized by those who do not approve of either.
So many things to ask about these days, including where not to get a haircut off campus.
USC’s best-known lawyer, Carmen Trutanich, is endorsed by the Daily News for Los Angeles City Attorney.
We almost forgot baseball started but Chad Kreuter’s Trojans committed six errors last night in a 10-1 loss to Pepperdine.
Would Tennessee negative recruit against USC in its quest for Orson Charles?
Here’s another take on Sanchez from SI.
“Mark Sanchez/QB/USC: Sanchez struggled most of the day and may have pushed himself out of the draft’s first 10 selections. He was accurate throwing between the numbers, but Sanchez sprayed the outs and was very inaccurate with his deep outs. Most worrisome is Sanchez showed marginal arm strength and on a number of occasions receivers were slowing up in their deep patterns as his passes were underthrown.”
Here’s a negative review of Mark Sanchez’s combine performance from Sports Illustrated.
“Southern Cal’s Sanchez did nothing to make anyone believe he’s top 10 material at this point. He struggled quite a bit on passes he threw outside the numbers, near the sidelines, and only looked great on slant patterns. I expect any potential chatter about Sanchez being a real option for the Lions at No. 1 to all but evaporate unless he has a boffo pro day workout next month.”
Based on what we heard from recruits, one player who looks very strong for USC right now is defensive end Ronald Powell from Rancho Verde High School, the same school as Trojans offensive tackle Tyron Smith.