Wittek In Seattle

We hear Mater Dei quarterback Max Wittek and his father are flying to Seattle to attend Washington’s spring game. Didn’t Wittek commit to USC last week?

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Gibson Honored

Former Trojan men’s basketball forward Taj Gibson was named to the NBA all-rookie
team. Gibson led all rookies in rebounding (7.5 rpg) and field goal percentage (.494), while
placing second in blocks (1.27 bpg). He averaged 9.0 points per game.
Tyreke Evans (Sacramento), Brandon Jennings, (Milwaukee), Stephen Curry (Golden State) and Darren Collison (New Orleans) were also named.

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Kiffin On Henderson

Lane Kiffin was asked today if freshman offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson would play left tackle?
“We don’t know enough to know right now. He could end up being a guard. He could end up being a tackle. The first place we’ll put him is left tackle, but like I said, we don’t know our team yet because we don’t know the variables, what weight is he going to come in, how good of shape is he going to be in, how hard has he worked. We are not allowed to do anything with him right now to be able to monitor that.”

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New Replay

The Pac-10 Conference has partnered with DVSport, Inc., to provide high definition (HD) replay technology for its football games this season.
The replay technology will be in use during the ESPN2 broadcast of Oregon’s spring football game tomorrow at 2 p.m.

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Battle For L.A.

Dennis Dodd of CBSSports.com wrote a column today on USC and UCLA.
Here’s an interesting excerpt with Rick Neuheisel:
“ `I know there were a number of kids that had opportunities because there were limousines sent to their homes by SC to come visit,’ Neuheisel said. `A number of kids that we ended up signing were on the phone saying, ‘I don’t want to get in this car. Tell the driver to leave.’
“That would be another juicy, controversial addition to Kiffin’s NCAA resume if they, in fact, were limos. Neuheisel quickly corrected himself saying the vehicles were “town cars,” which are allowed by the NCAA.”

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