Post-Practice Report

Tight end Junior Pomee injured his foot and left practice. It is the same foot he hurt last training camp and sidelined him for the season. Lane Kiffin said he did not know the severity of the injury.
Kiffin said he does not know if he will have enough healthy bodies to scrimmage Saturday at the Coliseum and might just hold a regular practice.
Quarterback prospect Max Browne of Sammamish, Wash., ranked by some the No. 1 prospect in the nation at his position, attended practice.

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This will disturb loyal readers: Montana fired football coach Robin Pflugrad and athletic director Jim O’Day. Pflugrad is the father of the blog’s official favorite cheerleder, Amanda Pflugrad of Oregon.

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Hamstring U.

This spring USC’s suffered quite a few hamstring injuries, with wide receiver George Farmer the most notable. One player said he believed a reason was not spending enough time warming up before practice begins.

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Morning Buzz

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On the recruiting front, cornerback Chris Hawkins of Rancho Cucamonga is supposed to announce his college decision Sunday. Hawkins will decide among USC, Stanford and Washington. The same high school coach that raved about watching safety Su’a Cravens last weekend in Las Vegas talked in less glowing terms about the four-star cornerback in combine-type workouts. Time will tell.
Perhaps more significantly, USC recently offered 290-pound defensive tackle Toby Johnson of Hutchinson Community College in Kansas. Defensive tackle and tailback are the biggest areas of need for the Trojans.

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