Tournament Check

Utah squeaked out a victory over Stanford and now leads USC by two games in the Pac-12 basketball standings following the Trojans’ 56-52 loss to Arizona State. If would the Trojans finish 12th, they play the fifth-place team in the Pac-12. That would be Oregon if the season ended today.

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Kalil’s 40

Matt Kalil ran the 40 in 4.99 seconds, the third-fastest time among offensive linemen. Kalil was one of only three linemen to break the five-second barrier.

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More Measurements

Here are some more weights and measurements for USC players at the NFL combine:

DaJohn Harris 6-3, 306
Nick Perry 6-3 271
Christian Tupou 6-2, 289
Chris Galippo 6-1 241

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Morning Buzz

USC offensive tackle Matt Kalil measured 6-6.5 and 306 pounds at the NFL combine. He also benchpressed 225 pounds a very respectable 31 times.
Tailback Marc Tyler measured 5-11, 219 pounds. Fullback Rhett Ellison was 6-5, 251 pounds, which should convince teams to move him to his natural position of tight end.

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Carroll On Sanchez

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Pete Carroll was asked about his infamous 2009 press conference remarks regarding Mark Sanchez during today’s media session at the NFL combine.
“Mark’s had a great start to his career,” Carroll said. “He’s an extraordinary quarterback and kid, and there’s nothing to hold him (back) from being a really big-time player.”

Chris Carlson/Associated Press

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USC v. UCLA

The big question when coaches get to visit high schools is whether Ed Orgeron ever crosses paths with Adrian Klemm. It might rival the infamous Orgeron-Gary Bernardi meeting in Santa Clarita that nearly resulted in an altercation.

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