Picture Of The Day


Here’s a picture of USC wide receiver Brice Butler apparently visiting Kansas this weekend taken by recruit Gehrig Dieter. Butler can transfer without sitting out a season because he is due to graduate this year.

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  • jack

    Really Scotty? Is this another man crush like your boy Dillon Baxter? Isn’t it amazing how SC turned the corner once Baxter was bounced from the program? I know it must kill you to admit that, but it is the truth. Last time I checked if Butler was all that he would have been in the lineup more often. Has it ever occured to you that the SC coaches know just a little more than you do you football? Thats why you are a half-ass sportswriter and they are coaching at one of the top programs in the nation.

  • The Monopoly Is Over Here

    Rok Chalk Jayhawk, gimme my shollie back!

    The math is looking better and better!!!


  • Mrtravlear726

    Weiss could teach Brice more about how to eat a creme filled doughnut then how to improve his receiving skills.

  • BoscoH

    Unlike Baxter, Brice Butler seems to be a really good kid. He’d like a chance to showcase his skills, which are plentiful. The drama last year was not good, though. I hope we don’t get a repeat. I think it got him in one of Kiffin’s Dante-esque circles of doghousery this year, which did him no good as far as playing time and throws was concerned.

  • TrojanPete

    With the way things went last year–he’s leaving, no wait-he might stay, he wants Kiffin to let him know he wants him, ok, he’ll stay…this had to be coming. He has one year of eligibility left and he’s sitting behind Robert Woods. Butler has enough talent to start elsewhere. I remember watching him on the sidelines at the Cal game and Butler was all by himself far down the sideline with nobody anywhere near. I don’t think he spoke to a single person all game. All of a sudden now Kyle Prater is the 2nd string at split-end.

  • Trojan Conquest

    It’s a simple numbers game, and with Woods, Lee, Farmer, Prater, there’s very little playing time for him.

  • AndyUSC2012

    This should translate to Prater and farmer if he remains at reciever becoming the 3 and 4 recievers now that Carswell and Butler have moved on. WHY KANSAS? oh well clears up reps for the youngsters.