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Tailback D.J. Morgan ran 14.37 in the 110-meter high hurdles in Austin, Texas, which did not enable him to qualify for the NCAA championships. Morgan ends his impressive run of races despite running in only two meets this season.

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  • marvgoux

    Why doesn’t DJ compete in all the meets? Is it personal choice or is the footall program limiting him?Competing on the USC track team didn’t seem to hurt OJ or Earl McCullough’s performance on the football field. Earl was NFL Rookie of the Year in 1969 and The Juice made the Hall of Fame.

  • ThaiMex

    Comparisons to O.J.? That O.J.? (not to be confused with the other “POSTER BOY”/SUCks Alum O.J.) Maybe this info can be woven into your standard (cash under the table, altered grades, unlimited access to school Pharmacy) football recruiting pitch.
    Attention future KILLERS! O.J.’s blazing speed, fully developed while competing for the SUCks Track team, allowed him to SPRINT from Bundy dr. to his Brentwood mansion in record time thereby avoiding Criminal conviction.
    Tying O.J. into this thread was just “marvy”.