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The USC Multi-Sport Athlete

Courtesy of StackTV and Youtube Being the best football player in the state is no longer good enough. Not for Pete. He wants his athletes to excel at every sport. Or at least prove excellent in two or three. Take redshirt freshman and backup DE/DT Trey Henderson for instance. Henderson played basketball and track while […]

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Visa Please

Some USC players who did not make the trip flew home for Thanksgiving, including freshman defensive end Trey Henderson, who is from Vancouver, British Columbia. “I need to remember by student visa,” said Henderson, who has not been home since July. “I remember the first time, they thought I didn’t have it and acted like […]

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The Thin Red Line

Make that a thin cardinal line protecting USC’s backfield, which also happens to be hamstrung by injuries. While every team looses players during the season (Cal lost to Oregon State without their starting QB, Stanford beat USC without their’s), can anybody in the nation match up with the Trojan’s carnage? From USC football’s weekly press […]

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First Injury

Defensive end Trey Henderson was on crutches after practice with a probable sprained knee. He was carted off the field during practice.

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New Guys by the Numbers

New faces in familiar numbers: RoJo getting DJ’s #8 is the most notable. Kalil’s #67 is now freshman DE Michael Reardon. (Sophmore C.J. Gable and safety Taylor Mays have already switched to Steve Smith’s #2.) #4 – Joe McKnight, RB #6 – Malcolm Smith, LB #8 – Ronald Johnson, WR/CB #15 – Aaron Corp, QB […]

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TrojanWire Welcomes 2007 Class

Looks to be the year of the RB again. The rotation at that position for the Trojans is probably deeper than that of any school at any time, ever. Pete Carroll signed more 5-star rated prospects than any other university in the nation this year; but with many returning starters and limited scholarships, lost the […]

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