Ronald Jones Names Top Five

Tailback Ronald Jones of McKinney, Texas, is ranked the No. 2 tailback in the nation by Rivals.com. Jones named a top five of Baylor, Oregon, Oregon State, USC and Notre Dame.

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Steve Sarkisian Is Not Lane Kiffin

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I already mentioned how Steve Sarkisian is not wearing white shirts or a visor during spring practices, which is a good way to not look like Lane Kiffin. So I asked Sarkisian on Saturday why he hasn’t worn his trademark visor yet? “They don’t have any black ones,” he said.

And why wouldn’t he wear a white one? Perhaps because it is so identifiable with Kiffin.

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Max Wittek Visits Texas (Again)

Former USC QB Max Wittek visited Texas spring practice, another sign that he will end up there. It’s really down to Texas and Hawaii right now but Wittek favors the Longhorns.

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USC Quarterback Rankings

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Here’s the Week 2 quarterback rankings, using the Euro rankings system of 1-4, with 4 being best:

Cody Kessler €€.5

Will start at QB next season. So how many games does USC win with him?

Max Browne €.5

Simply not enough time in spring to seriously compete to win job.

Jalen Greene €

The scout team beckons in the fall.

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USC Morning Buzz: Coliseum Survey Personal-Seat License Flaw

COLI.SPRINGMany of the seats in the picture would fall under the $4,000-per-seat category in the Coliseum survey sent out last week. And that’s a problem. If you sit at the 50-yard line, you pay the same as the people sitting behind the goal posts. I’m guessing that will change . . . hopefully.

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USC Report Encore

In case you missed it, here’s an encore performance of USC Report, where co-host Reid Silverman and I discuss the burning issues of Spring Practice, including the quarterback competition and the Coliseum personal-seat licenses.

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What USC QB Controversy, Cont.

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Here’s my story on Saturday’s Coliseum “scrimmage,” where he even Steve Sarkisian acknowledged Cody Kessler’s lead at the quarterback spot. Link here

Even the normally cautious Kessler seems past the idea of a quarterback competition.

“I’m just going in confident,” Kessler said. “Last year I’d get down on myself. I’d say I wasn’t thinking about (the starting job), but I was. I’m still going to compete, but the main thing I’m trying to do is make the team better, not help my own stock.”

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