It’s the pre-England v. Germany answer segment.
Pete Carroll chose Prince’s “die for you,” as his song of the day. An ironic choice considering he fled USC.
More answers on the weekend.
USC’s Rising Stars camp this week was interesting for who showed . . . and who did not.
Quarterback Cody Kessler of Bakersfiled enjoyed a strong camp but quarterback Max Wittek only showed for one session, which will only increase speculation that Wittek is wavering on his commitment.
Tailback Kenny Hilliard, who already committed to LSU, participated in the camp and did not disappoint. Wide receiver Victor Blackwell, already committed to USC, was the top receiver of the camp.
Defensive tackle Antwaun Woods and offensive lineman Marcus Martin of Crenshaw, who already committed to USC, did not attend the camp.
Here’s the way an appeal takes place under NCAA guidelines:
School or individuals submit appeals
Appellants rebut committee response (optional)
Enforcement staff corrects errors in appellant’s rebuttal
Appellants respond to Enforcement staff rebuttals
Infractions appeals hearing
Infractions appeals report finalized
School and individuals notified
Wonder if Seantrel Henderson would be influenced by a one-year bowl ban instead of two?
At least now there is no chance USC will play in the Nut Bowl two straight years.
Regarding today’s USC appeal announcement:
Will USC challenge the first two victory vacations (including the Orange Bowl?
Will USC challenge any of the penalties associated with vacating the victories?