Butler Open To Staying

USC wide receiver Brice Butler said he will visit Delaware and Tennessee-Chattanooga but did not rule out remaining at USC.
“There could be a chance if something happens I could stay,” Butler said. “You never know. I’m not closed off to the thought.”
Butler said USC coach Lane Kiffin would need to make the first move to convince him. When told Kiffin is not a first-move kind of guy, Butler said, “neither of us are. We’re second-move guys.”

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  • huntingtonharvey

    Wolf his name is Brice not Bryce. Don’t you get paid to cover USC football for a living?

  • USC Anteater

    Trojan for Life and all that, but we have a surplus of high potential WR’s. If you want to go, go. Put the time into keeping LB’s and OL’s happy.

  • torpedoman

    Hey Butler, take that attitude to the minor leagues with you and don’t let the door hit ya on the way out!

    You may as well go have fun playing small ball in college because the way you played at USC, coupled with that weak ass attitude, you’ll never be playing on Sunday!
    Fight On

  • Trojan 70

    Goodness gracious Wolf – you can’t even spell. And who gives a s**t about Bryce? Maybe his Mom and Dad.

  • BoscoH

    You guys all suck. Butler is a quality kid with a great work ethic and a very sturdy head on his shoulders. Kiffin should want to keep him around and keep him in the rotation for that. He’s not gonna go knucklehead like Baxter.

  • torpedoman

    Oh yeah Bosco, Quality kid with great work ethic, sees better talent come into the program, so he bails on his team! Now he’s looking at a couple of podunk programs to go have fun at.. and then there’s the difference in degrees.. if he even bothers to earn one there. Very sturdy head on those shoulders for sure..
    Pour yourself another cocktail Bosco, or is it kool aid? or is it Bosco Bosco? lol