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USC offensive tackle Matt Kalil said he has a “tough decision” to make about his future
“To put my mark on the program like my brother (former center Ryan Kalil) has is definitely something that would be nice,” Kalil said.

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  • sdbob

    I go on record right now…both Matts will be back in 2012 for a run at a NC. With the way the season ended and the press already saying they will be a top 5 team next year this will be a life long unanswered question if they leave.

    “What would have happened had we stayed?”

  • The Monopoly Is Over Here

    1 more year! 1 more year! Wait is this the keep the Weasel’s job rally?

  • USC owns the Rose Bowl

    I almost feel bad for the situation they’re in (not toooo bad… playing football for a NC contender or make millions in the NFL? hmm!) because either 1. They’ll be stuck wondering “What if?” forever if they enter the draft and 2. They could fall down the draft board if they don’t have that magical season (knock on wood!)
    I support whatever they choose but hope that if they come back they do everything to make sure everyone on this team is ALL IN!
    Fight on!

  • How does Scott Wolf keep his job?

    There are enough examples of college football analysts predicting first round draft picks that fall to the 2nd and 3rd rounds. College football success has no bearing on NFL draft status. Barkley will be first round pick if he plays QB like Aaron Rodgers or Drew Brees, even if USC were to go win-less. The NFL does not care about the success of an athlete’s college team. And rarely does a players value decrease if he stays an extra year in college, unless he gets injured or develops a discipline problem. I don’t see discipline being a problem for Barkley, Kalil, McDonald or Perry.