Henderson Thought

What did offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson gain by going to Miami? He lost his coach but gets to spend almost a week in El Paso for the Sun Bowl. Was that really worth not attending USC?

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  • BrianneA

    It’s not nearly as much fun to go to El Paso as it used to be because Juarez is a war zone now. Back then, it was just a place to buy trinkets and drink a little when you were underage.

    And maybe he’ll play against an unknown who turns into a huge NFL star, like when USC played TCU and Ladanian Tomlinson.

  • The Monopoly Is Over Here

    F that dude. He belongs in the trash can with Bruin Rob and the Janitor Thai Spanish Lady…

  • thekatman

    Heck, Seantrel H could still come to SC, redshirt a year to get his grades in order and study the playbook, then be a monster redshirt junior with 2 more years. NAAAAAa, ain’t gonna happen. He’s too focused on trying to be a star before the star was a dust particle.

  • BoscoH

    The Sklar Bothers would have so much fun with this post. “HEN-DAR-SUN!!!”

  • Gnossos

    How’s his dad’s rap career going?

  • Trojan Conquest

    It would be interesting if someone wrote an article about all the players who left, or in Seantrel’s case never came. Shoemate hasn’t done sh*t, and he would have played more at SC and probably would have started next year.

  • Cheatthesystem

    Except it wasn’t LT, it was Basil Mitchell….

    Dec. 10, 2007

    SUN BOWL PHOTO GALLERY | MEDIA GUIDE (Sun Bowl recap & Records)

    El Paso, Texas — With only six wins, many thought TCU was not worthy of a bowl appearance. But, the Horned Frogs proved their critics wrong in a big way.

    Basil Mitchell rushed for 185 yards and two touchdowns on only 19 carries as TCU earned its first bowl victory in 41 years with a 28-19 win over USC in the 65th Sun Bowl.

    Quarterback Patrick Batteaux added 94 yards and two scores for TCU, which recorded its first post-season win since defeating Syracuse in the 1957 Cotton Bowl.

    TCU (7-5) dominated the line of scrimmage, rushing for 314 yards while holding USC to a Sun Bowl record minus-23, breaking by two yards the mark set by Florida State in 1951. The Trojans (8-5) also posted the lowest rushing total in school history, eclipsing the previous record of minus-11 yards against Iowa in 1976.

    Mitchell fell just short of Charles Alexander’s Sun Bowl rushing record of 197 yards. He opened the scoring with a three-yard run 7:07 into the first quarter.

    True freshman Carson Palmer completed 17-of-28 passes for a season-best 280 yards to rally USC.

    The Horned Frogs put away the game by chewing more than six minutes off the clock before pinning USC inside its 15 with less than two minutes remaining.