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Pac-10 lunch links: Does USC have a QB competition?

You are now about to witness the strength of street knowledge. Is this new California running back — Trajuan Briggs — the next Marshawn Lynch? A year after rebuilding, Oregon looks strong on its offensive line. An updated Oregon State depth chart, with new heights and weights. More UCLA Bruins to watch this spring. What’s USC’s […]

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USC football: 15 players to watch in spring (No. 1)

Ten days, 14 players and nearly 5,000 words later, we have hit No. 1 on our countdown of the 15 Trojans to watch in spring practice. But wait. There’s more. Starting Thursday, we’ll begin our position-by-position preview of spring football, including three questions (and answers) for each spot. And remember, you can follow the USC […]

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Trojans Headed For One Last Trip to the Desert

More photos » Alex Gallardo – AP 4 days ago: Southern California guard Mike Gerrity is fouled by Oregon State guard Josh Tarver in the second half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, Feb. 27, 2010, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo) Browse more photos » 28 games into the USC basketball season, the […]

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Getting up: Assessing QB verticals

Cardinals quarterback Matt Leinart posted a 37-inch vertical jump at his pro day workout in 2006. That wasn’t the reason Arizona selected him 10th overall in the draft. Tim Tebow‘s 38.5-inch jump at the combine tied Josh McCown‘s record for a quarterback at the annual event, narrowly edging the combine marks Philadelphia’s Michael Vick and […]

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Vote for the Most Classless Act of the 2009 Season

The Wiz is back with the most classless acts of the 2009 season. What is a classless act, you ask? It's any attempt to degrade an opponent, player or the game. It's the stuff that isn't in the summary but often gets mentioned years later after somebody extracts retribution. As they say, what goes around […]

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Trojans Shock Huskies 67-64

(Photo by Icon Sports Media) USC (16-9, 8-5 Pac-10) upset the Huskies (17-9, 7-7) at home last night 67-64. This was only the second time Washington had lost at home this season. Dwight Lewis led all scorers with 22 points, 16 in the first half. The Trojans are now only a half game back of […]

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What to watch in the Pac-10 this spring

Taking a look at what to watch for as teams head into spring practices, officially ringing the bell on preparations for the 2010 season. Arizona Spring practice starts: March 5 Spring game: April 10 What to watch: The new coordinators: The Wildcats lost two outstanding coordinators — Sonny Dykes on offense and Mark Stoops on […]

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A new front-runner leads the Pac-10 into spring

Spring is often cited as a time of renewal, and in recent years that has held true in Pac-10 football. USC would renew its lease atop the conference annually, no matter who had bolted for NFL riches. <!–photo1–>But this spring a different bird is chirping. It’s a Duck, er, quacking. After seven seasons of USC […]

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Pac-10 spring breakout players

Who will breakout and make a move toward stardom this season? Most of these guys aren’t “new,” but they could make the next step up in their careers this spring. Arizona Juron Criner, WR, Jr: Criner (6-foot-4, 210 pounds) is already a familiar name to Wildcats fans. Heck, he led the team with nine touchdown […]

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Is the Pac-10 Looking to Add Colorado and Utah?

Pacific 10 commissioner Larry Scott is "very seriously" looking at expansion in the next 12 months, and as the Wiz wrote back in 2006, the two universities at the top the league's list are likely to be Colorado and Utah. "Realistically, if we are going to consider this in the foreseeable future, it really is […]

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