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Ohio State 10 24.39%
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 11-07-2007, 02:30 PM         #401
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Maualuga, Cushing say they'll return for final seasons


The junior linebackers will be eligible for the NFL draft but say they will follow the example set by Rivers, who stayed for his senior year.

By Gary Klein, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
November 7, 2007


USC junior linebackers Rey Maualuga and Brian Cushing, both of whom are eligible for the 2008 NFL draft, said Tuesday that they would return for their final seasons of eligibility.


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USC's Cromwell tries to regain early form

By Ben Bolch, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
November 7, 2007



RouSean Cromwell is closing in on the two-year anniversary of his one shining moment, a double-double in his college debut that portended great possibilities for the USC freshman forward.



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 11 years ago '05        #402
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I'm going to see this n*gga Mayo play Thursday....

 11-15-2007, 11:44 PM         #403
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 Junior G said
I'm going to see this n*gga Mayo play Thursday....



Ah.....


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CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) -- Daniel Hackett scored 21 points and heralded freshman O.J. Mayo added 16 points, seven rebounds and five a.ssists to lead Southern California to a 74-47 win over The Citadel on Thursday night.


The Trojans (1-1) never trailed as they bounced back from a shocking loss to Mercer to open the season.

Hackett, who missed the opener because of a broken jaw, buried his first shot, a 3-pointer. Demetrius Nelson hit two free throws on the next possession for the Bulldogs (1-2), who then went cold.

USC would score the next 19 points to take a 22-2 lead with eight minutes left in the half. The Trojans shot 60 percent from the field in the first 20 minutes, while the Bulldogs made just seven of their 27 shots.

The Trojans led by 15 at halftime and the 27-point final margin matched their biggest lead of the game.

USC finished the game shooting 56.6 percent (30-of-53) from the field and made six of their 13 3-pointers. USC outrebounded the Bulldogs 42-28 and had 40 points in the paint, compared to 22 for The Citadel.

The Bulldogs shot 32.1 percent (18-of-56) and made just five of their 21 3-pointers.

Taj Gibson scored 13 points and had seven rebounds, while Kasey Cunningham added six points and 10 rebounds for USC.

Nelson led The Citadel with 15 points and seven rebounds, and Austin Dahn added 10 points.

USC continues its East Coast swing on Saturday at South Carolina.[/COLOR]


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NFL Trojans Recap - Week 10 (from Nicole Graf)

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A quick recap of how former Trojans performed in Week 10 of the NFL.

Former Trojans on Defense:

Philadelphia Eagles Defensive Tackle, Mike Patterson had 6 tackles, 1 sack, and a forced fumble while fellow Trojan and Eagles teammate, LaJuan Ramsey got his first tackle of the season as Philadelphia beat Washington 33-25.
In his 13th season in the league, Cleveland Browns Linebacker, Willie McGinest had 2 tackles. The Steelers’ Troy Polamalu raked up 4 total tackles in Pittsburgh’s 28-31 victory over Cleveland.
Kenechi Udeze had 1 tackle as Minnesota fell to Green Bay 34-0.
Shaun Cody of the Detroit Lions finished the day with 2 total tackles.
Jacksonville’s Sammy Knight brought in 4 total tackles in their defeat over Tennessee.
On Monday Night Football, Seahawks Linebacker, Lofa Tatupu had 6 total tackles as Seattle dominated San Francisco in a 24-0 shutout.
Frostee Rucker of the Cincinnati Bengals improved his stats with 3 tackles and a forced fumble in their win over Baltimore.


Former Trojans on Offense:

LenDale White was held to 8 carries in 12 yards and 1 catch for 5 yards as Tennessee picked up their third loss of the season. White left the game midway through the third quarter after a 6-yard run. He hobbled off the field after the play with an injury to his knee. He should be ready to play next week.
Reggie Bush counted for 5 catches in 27 yards and 7 carries for 17 yards, scoring the first touchdown of the game. Bush’s teammate and another former Trojan, Billy Miller had 1 reception for 1 yard and 1 touchdown. Reggie scored a 2-point conversion pulling New Orleans within 8 points with 32 seconds left; however, the Saints fell short, ending their four game win streak with a 37-29 loss to St. Louis.
Carolina Panther’s Wide Receiver, Dwayne Jarrett, finally saw some playing time with 2 receptions for 28 yards, with his longest gain of the day being for 22 yards.
Cincinnati Bengals’ Quarterback, Carson Palmer, completed 23 of his 34 attempts for 271 yards in their 21-7 victory over the Ravens.
In his second straight start, Justin Fargas of the Oakland Raiders played nearly the entire game picking up 81 yards in 23 carries and 5 catches for 23 yards.



Looking Ahead to Next Week:



There is a key match-up between the undefeated New England Patriots with Junior Seau and Matt Cassel and the Buffalo Bills.
Justin Fargas and the Oakland Raiders will take on Kenechi Udeze and Minnesota Vikings.
A short guide to other former Trojans around the league.

San Francisco 49er’s:
Darnell Bing – Safety (Practice Squad)

Oakland Raiders:
Chris McFoy – Wide Receiver (Practice Squad)

Seattle Seahawks:
David Kirtman – Fullback (Practice Squad)
Kyle Williams – Tackle (Practice Squad)

Arizona Cardinals:
Matt Leinart – Quarterback (Injured Reserve)
Deuce Lutui – Guard

St. Louis Rams:
Dominique Byrd – Tight End

Tennessee Titans:
Fred Matua – Guard (Practice Squad)

New York Giants:
Steve Smith – Wide Receiver (Injured)
Manny Wright – Defensive Tackle

Philadelphia Eagles:
Winston Justice – Tackle

New England Patriots:
Oscar Lua – Linebacker (Injured Reserve)

Green Bay Packers:
Ryan Powdrell – Fullback (Injured Reserve)

Carolina Panthers:
Keary Colbert – Wide Receiver
Ryan Kalil – Guard

TampaBay Buccaneers:
Brian Kelly – Cornerback


Spring is a long time ago for Ausberry

By MARK SAXON
THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER


LOS ANGELES - David Ausberry might have been the most dominant Trojans receiver in spring and fall camps. He caught as many superlatives from USC coaches as he did passes from USC quarterbacks.

So far, most of Ausberry's glory has come on the practice field.

He started and caught five passes in USC's season opener against Idaho, but he lost his starting job shortly thereafter and has caught no more than three balls in any game since.

"It's a little frustrating. It would be for anybody," Ausberry said. "I'm not going to sit here and cry about it. I'm going to go out there and make every opportunity count."

Ausberry said he needs to regain the mental edge that allowed him to occasionally dominate defensive backs in scrimmages and drills.

When he gets the ball, it is often on a short route near the sideline. He has caught just two passes for 22 yards in the Trojans past two games.

"I have to go out there and not get covered, be (ticked) off like I was during spring minicamp, basically just have a different attitude," Ausberry said. "I'm going to go out there and try to manhandle everybody."

Vidal Hazelton's emergence forced Patrick Turner to return to the split end position, shuffling Ausberry down the depth chart. Coach Pete Carroll said he remains convinced Ausberry, a redshirt freshman, will make his impact on the program before he's done.

"Other guys have just kind of taken a step ahead of him," Carroll said.


DOWN YEAR?

Defensive tackle Fili Moala is widely considered one of the most underrated players on USC's defense, but the junior from Buena Park said he has been disappointed with his play this year.

"I just feel I should be making more plays, more tackles, more sacks," Moala said. "I'm more than capable of doing that. I'm just having a lull this year, I guess."

Moala plays a largely glamour-less job, because he takes on multiple blockers in the interior of the line. He is not among USC's top 10 tacklers, but he already has popped up onto some NFL draft projections.

Junior linebackers Rey Maualuga and Brian Cushing have already said they will return next year. Moala said he hasn't made up his mind, but that he "more than likely" will come back.

"I'm just leaving my options open," Moala said. "I'm sure everyone on this field has been playing football for years, to play pro has always been the dream and goal."


NOTES

Carroll now is confident that All-America left tackle Sam Baker (hamstring) will play against Arizona State next Thursday, but he is unsure about linebacker Keith Rivers (ankle). …

Three of the a.ssistant coaches left for recruiting trips immediately after practice, while Carroll was hoping to catch two games in the Los Angeles area Thursday night. The Trojans are already scouting players for the 2009 freshman class. Carroll's son, tight ends coach Brennan Carroll, took over this year as recruiting coordinator from Lane Kiffin, now the head coach of the Oakland Raiders.


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 11-16-2007, 03:26 PM         #405
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You have given out too much Reputation in the last 24 hours, try again later.



Good sh*t Junior......Thanks Bruh.....

 11-17-2007, 10:37 AM         #407
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Mayo, Downey duel again


Trojans play at South Carolina tonight.

By Ben Bolch, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
November 17, 2007

COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Greg Oden, who would become the top pick in the NBA draft, was there. So were eventual NBA first-round selections Mike Conley Jr. and Rudy Gay.

But for a few moments at the NBA Players a.ssn. Camp at Virginia Commonwealth University in the summer of 2004, all eyes were squarely focused on Devan Downey and O.J. Mayo



f!ght On.....

 11-23-2007, 12:39 AM         #408
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USC back in Rose Bowl picture after destroying Arizona St.


TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) -- Despite two losses, Southern California still believes it is one of the nation's best teams.

The Trojans looked like it on Thursday night.

John David b00ty threw for 375 yards and matched a career high with four touchdown passes as the 11th-ranked Trojans blitzed Arizona State (No. 6 BCS, No. 7 AP) 44-24, reviving their bid for an unprecedented sixth straight Pac-10 title and a trip to the Rose Bowl.


...........f!ght On, SC!!!!


Southern Cal 60, San Diego 50


Associated Press

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) -- O.J. Mayo and Taj Gibson scored 20 points each and Southern California held off scrappy San Diego 60-50 in a first-round game of the new Anaheim Classic on Thursday night.


Mayo scored seven straight points in a game-ending 11-6 run that helped the Trojans (3-1) advance to Friday's game against Miami of Ohio, which beat South Alabama 64-59.



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 11-23-2007, 11:48 AM         #409
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very impressive win last night against ASU..sure put a licking on Carpenter

 11-25-2007, 08:39 PM         #410
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USC Gets No Respect........


f!ght On SC....

 11-30-2007, 12:35 PM         #411
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USC wins its sixth in a row

Jefferson scores 23 points and Mayo adds 18 as the No. 22 Trojans beat Oklahoma, 66-55, at the Galen Center.


By Ben Bolch, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
November 30, 2007


O.J. Mayo took the cross-court pass from Taj Gibson, spotted up from the corner and buried the open three-point shot.

The USC student section went into a leaping, arm-waving frenzy and Mayo warmly embraced Gibson after Oklahoma called a timeout, its deficit creeping further into double digits.


...................

 12-02-2007, 03:05 PM         #412
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Lofa Tatupu Doin Big Things Today......:applause:

 12-03-2007, 01:14 PM         #413
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Sucks We Lost To Kansas....

 02-18-2008, 04:40 PM         #414
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Injuries Have Literally Been A Plague This Season....

 02-22-2008, 12:00 AM         #415
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Damn We Looked Good Tonite Vs. Oregon...


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 02-27-2008, 02:15 PM         #416
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Kaluka Maiava Expected To Miss Spring Practice Due To Surgery On His Wrist....

 03-08-2008, 02:42 AM         #417
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Got Damn Where All The Trojans On This Site Go???? Maybe The Rumor Is True......I'd Like To Think Not.....


*goes to WeAreSC.com*

 03-09-2008, 02:27 PM         #418
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Are You Guys Serious????



I Know n*ggaz On Here Talk About They fu*k With SC And All But Where The fu*k Y'all At???? Guess You Won't be Fans Again Til Football Season...

 03-09-2008, 02:49 PM         #419
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 LambdaChiTrojan said
With the Coliseum set, the new 2008 USC Trojan football schedule is set. I’m starting to think it was put together by the football Gods. While challenging, all of ‘SC’s tough games are at home. Sprinkle in some opportunistic byes and Thursday night game and this schedule has the feel of a national title and 7th straight Pac 10 title. All but one game, we get extra or equal time to prepare.

Here’s a closer look:

08/30/08 at Virginia
Days to Prepare: All spring and summer baby!
Opponents Previous Game: 1st game after a horrible off season.
Tidbit: Al Groh doubles as a baby sitter of what should be grown men.

09/13/08 vs. a Ohio State University
Days to Prepare: 14 days.
Opponents Previous Game: v Ohio University (9/6)
Tidbit: USC has not lost to aOSU since 1974. aOSU has not won a meaningful bowl game since beating … Notre Dame?

09/25/08 at Oregon State (Thursday Night ESPN)
Days to Prepare: 12 days
Opponents Previous Game: Hawaii (9/13))
Tidbit: Both teams have 12 days to prepare for what was a thrilling, but disappointing game in 2006. No surprises this time!

10/04/08 vs. Oregon
Days to Prepare: 9 days
Opponents Previous Game: at Washington State (9/27))
Tidbit: Last time Oregon visited the Coliseum, Oregon head coach Mike Bellotti challenged the ruling of the challenge … and won! Just goes to show that the Pac 10 refs are the worst in the nation, or just that they too are sponsored by Nike.

10/11/08 vs. Arizona State
Days to Prepare: 7
Opponents Previous Game: at Cal (11/4)
Tidbit: The first game of the season for USC where the Trojans have had less than a week to prepare for an opponent. Rudy Carpenter will wear a hockey mask to protect his face… and a pink shirt so he can stand out among his teammates.

10/18/08 at Washington State
Days to Prepare: 7 days
Opponents Previous Game: at Oregon State (10/11)
Opponent Tidbit: Washington state will be breaking in a new QB in ’08 now that Alex Brink has moved on to the NFL, or was it the Canadian Football League? USC will expedite the new QBs breaking. In that is.

10/25/08 at Arizona
Days to Prepare: 7 days
Opponents Previous Game: vs Cal (10/18)
Opponent Tidbit: Arizona Homecoming! Obviously the Arizona Homecoming Planning committee thought it was a basketball game.

11/01/08 vs. Washington * HOMECOMING
Days to Prepare: 7
Opponents Previous Game: Notre Dame (10/25)
Opponent Tidbit: USC Homecoming Committee shows Arizona Homecoming Committee how these things work. Jake Locker finds open receiver … to bad its always a Trojan.

11/08/08 vs. California
Days to Prepare: 7 days
Opponents Previous Game: Oregon (11/1)
Opponent Tidbit: At half time Nate Longshore race Drew Bledsoe to prove for once and for all who’s the slowest QB in the history of the sport. A possible rematch will take place on Brennan’s on Lincoln after the game.

11/15/08 at Stanford
Days to Prepare: 7 days
Opponents Previous Game: at Oregon (11/8)
Opponent Tidbit: “What! My sources said Pete Carroll wouldn’t be here.” – Jim Harbaugh before the Men of Troy put Stanford back in the basement.

11/29/08 vs. Notre Dame
Days to Prepare: 14 days
Opponents Previous Game: Syracuse (11/22)
Opponent Tidbit: Two weeks to prepare for Pete Carroll. One week for Charlie. Uh oh! Game proves California people shouldn’t move to cold weather … or arrive in a stretched hummer for a presser to announce at the College Football Hall of Fame where they are going to college so help me Joe Montana.

12/06/08 at UCLA
Days to Prepare: 7 days
Opponents Previous Game: at ASU (11/22)
Opponent Tidbit: To make it fair, UCLA gets extra week to prepare before Trojan A coaching staff proves they are better than the Trojan B coaching staff. f!ght on!


f!ght On...

 11 years ago '04        #420
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cant wait to see yall play the buckeyes, should be a good one

 03-09-2008, 03:09 PM         #421
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 madness said
cant wait to see yall play the buckeyes, should be a good one
Me Too...I Should Be Out In L.A. For That One.....I'll Hold Up A Sign So Y'all Can See Me... Clownin On My Girl In Her OSU Gear....

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Me Too...I Should Be Out In L.A. For That One.....I'll Hold Up A Sign So Y'all Can See Me... Clownin On My Girl In Her OSU Gear....

 03-10-2008, 11:44 AM         #423
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Trojans have eyes on another run

With an NCAA berth virtually a.ssured, USC is hoping to at least duplicate last year's surge to Pac-10 tournament final, which preceded a run to NCAA Sweet 16.


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By Ben Bolch, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
March 10, 2008
Now that USC has probably a.ssured itself of a spot in the NCAA tournament by winning five of its last six games, the Trojans can focus on ringing in the postseason.

USC came within one victory of securing Pacific 10 Conference tournament championship rings last season when it lost to Oregon, 81-57, in the title game.

"I call it the 'Baby March Madness,' " Trojans sophomore Daniel Hackett said Saturday of the Pac-10 tournament. "It's a chance to win more games, and you want to go out there and get that ring. We got to the final last year and we'll try to get deep again."

Fourth-seeded USC opens tournament play in a quarterfinal at noon Thursday at Staples Center against fifth-seeded Arizona State, which some NCAA tournament prognosticators consider a "bubble" team after finishing tied with Oregon for fifth in the Pac-10.

The Sun Devils (19-11 overall, 9-9 in conference play) are on somewhat shaky postseason ground after going 5-5 over their last 10 games.

ESPN's Joe Lunardi excluded Arizona State from his tournament bracket and included Oregon and Arizona, even though the Sun Devils swept the Wildcats and split their two games against the Ducks during the regular season.

The Trojans (20-10, 11-7), coming off a weekend sweep of California and Stanford, will have plenty of motivation to defeat Arizona State after suffering an 80-66 defeat in Tempe on March 1, a game in which they were called for a season-high 29 fouls to 14 for the Sun Devils. Arizona State shot 39 free throws to USC's 11.

"Obviously, you want a shot at beating someone that just beat you," Hackett said.

USC Coach Tim Floyd said he considered the Pac-10 tournament good preparation for the NCAA tournament because of the rapid turnaround between games.

"Assuming you can get the first win, you've got to prepare quickly for the next one and you're doing it against NCAA tournament-caliber teams in our league every night," Floyd said Saturday. "So it cannot hurt you."

Floyd said his one concern about the Pac-10 tournament was the potential for injuries to a team that typically goes seven deep.

"We just can't afford one to any of our seven that we're playing because we don't have a lot behind them," Floyd said.

This could be the first and only Pac-10 tournament appearance for freshman guard O.J. Mayo, an early-entry candidate for the NBA draft.

"As a kid I always dreamed of playing in March Madness and conference tournaments and NCAA tournaments," Mayo said. "It's finally here and I'm ready to get geared up to play. It's tournament time. It's all about surviving and advancing."

Hackett acknowledged that the stress fracture in his lower back and a torn oblique muscle continue to limit his effectiveness, particularly on offense. In the four games since he returned from the injuries, he's averaged 4.8 points, roughly half of his season average, and has compiled as many turnovers as a.ssists.

"It's not comfortable at all," Hackett said. "I'm limited a little bit on some moves, but I just want to be out there and win games and try to help in any shape or form. I turned the ball over a lot [Saturday against Stanford], and that's not me, but I have four or five days until the next game and I'm trying to get my body right and my mind right."


Last Year = Sweet 16
This Year = Final 4
Next Year = Title...

f!ght On...


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 03-10-2008, 11:55 AM         #424
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The battle at quarterback for USC




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A question-and-answer session with Mark Sanchez, one of two returners who will battle for the starting job during spring practice.


By Gary Klein, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
March 10, 2008

With spring practice set to begin in two weeks, USC quarterbacks Mark Sanchez and Mitch Mustain are preparing for what is regarded as the most high-profile position battle in college football. Times reporter Gary Klein spoke with each player about the impending showdown. Today: Sanchez, a fourth-year junior who started three games in 2007.

Do you consider this a competition? And if it is, is it a wide-open competition?

I think it's a competition but I also think I'm very confident. . . . I'm on the other end of the competition this time. Where [John David b00ty] was with me, I was trying to play catch-up and really try to mature as fast as I can to try and take that starting role. With my experience last year, that will just help my chances more than anything. Because you can run the plays in practice. You can do it on the chalkboard and watch all the film and answer all the questions but once you do it, you affirm what you're all about. I can't wait for the off-season to be over. I just want to, let's go. Let's go to Virginia and let's play.

Did you feel like it was really a competition between you and b00ty last year?

It's hard because for me, to have played, I think I would have had to complete something like 80% of my passes and not mess up in the huddle and just play outrageous, out of my head. At the same time the person who was penciled in as the starter would have had to play just God-awful. So it's tough when you think about it like that. I loved competing with J.D. I loved watching him make a good pass and trying to make the same exact one right after it. I wanted to do my best just to show that I could do it, just in case. And that 'just in case' happened and it was the best time of my life so I would never want to let it go.

What if anything did you learn from b00ty and what did you take away from watching him and how he handled last year?

His levelheadedness was amazing to watch. Because if I hadn't seen that through him I don't know if I could have really understood what it's all about. You come to the Coliseum and you get booed? That blew my mind. My high school coach [ Bob Johnson] told me [his son, former USC quarterback] Rob was booed in the Coliseum and you know I'm like, 'What are you talking about? They love us, man, we're the quarterback. What are you talking about?' And when it happened I was like, 'Oh my God.' He was right, he was absolutely right. [b00ty] was a great competitor, but to see him battle through that kind of adversity and come back and play the way he did and answer all the questions from the media, that's some of the toughest stuff.

What's your relationship like with Mitch?

It think it's similar to the way John David and I were at the beginning when I first came in. We're cordial. We don't go out of our way to hang out around campus or anything like that but if he ever needed a ride or I needed a ride we can talk to each other about whatever. We're good friends. . . . There's no hatred. As much as [people] try and put you against each other it's not like that at all. We both obviously want to play just like any quarterback would. And the toughest part is that it's not like a receiver or a lineman or a running back where you rotate. There's one quarterback.

What do you think is Mitch's best attribute?

He has a great arm. He can throw the ball through a brick wall; he really has a strong arm. His experience at Arkansas will help him because he played just as many if not more games than me in a big-time conference at a major Division I school. It's not like there were any slouches. He was playing against good players and good teams.

Anything you're doing different going into this year that you haven't done going into the last three?

You don't work any harder or longer or try to throw more or lift more weight. I think you just work smarter and it's knowing how to watch film now. I probably watched less hours but I'm getting more work done because I know what I'm looking for now. I know what it's like in the games. I need to prove it's about making good decisions and that I can do it on a consistent basis. I showed flashes of it in the three games and then there were some times that I shouldn't have thrown balls and I did. I've really studied those games hard and there's a few throws I want back but I think I'll be ready for this spring and hit the ground running physically and mentally.



Tomorrow: Mitch Mustain.

 08-31-2008, 03:24 AM         #425
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