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Camp Day 7: Morning Notes

While the schedule said two-a-days, Lane Kiffin is turning the morning practices into NFL-style walk-thrus with a ball to save the bodies on his diminished roster.

  • Kiffin on the morning walk-thrus: "We've got to have enough bodies to play, so we're going to continue with this format and make the best of it."
  • Injuries: DE Armond Armstead, OL Butch Lewis, FB Stanley Havili and DB Drew McCallister were limited or did not practice at all.
  • LT Matt Kalil got in the mix today, which was a welcome boost for an offensive line that struggled in Sunday's scrimmage.
  • RB Dillon Baxter and WR Markeith Ambles spent the practice rolling in the grass as part of a two-hour conditioning punishment for "missing something," according to Kiffin.
  • Mitch Mustain is humming the ball during competitive drills.  He seems fully engaged and has the backing of his head coach, who reiterated that Mustain was a standout in the first preseason game, "Any time we go live...he's done a great job."
  • The Trojans spent upwards of 30 minutes doing special teams as Kiffin and John Baxter continue to emphasize that unit.  The punt return competition seems to be between Ronald Johnson and the kids (Robert Woods, Dillon Baxter and Markeith Ambles).
  • Offensive line catching practice was undoubtedly the most entertaining drill of the morning.  In case they have to return a pooch kick, the linemen were getting drilled on their fair catch technique.  Michael Reardon, who used to be a tight end, was the clear winner.  Meanwhile, Khaled Holmes could use a receiving tutorial from his brother Alex, who played tight end at USC.
  • Quote of the day: "I don't think toughness is an issue with this team right now.  I think we established that in the spring.  We just have to continue to build on that and be really smart at it," Lane Kiffin addressing the reduced physicality in this morning's practice.
  • Click here for the morning photo gallery snapped by Farren Benjamin.

Football Roster Changes and Additions

The Trojans have added seven new walk-ons and made a couple of number changes to the 2010 roster.

Here's all the info:

  • Zach Kusnir is now wearing #93 and listed as a defensive end.
  • Jeff Serrano is now wearing #99 and listed as a defensive end.
Here is the roster info (number, name, position, height, weight, birthday, class, hometown and high school/transfer college) for the walk-ons with bios at the bottom of the post:

  • #6    NEYER, Anthony  QB  6-2  200  9/3/92  Fr./Fr.  Palm Desert (Xavier College Prep)
  • #15  NEGRETE, Kyle   P-LB  6-0  210  11/1/89  Jr./Jr.  Fresno (Clovis West/San Diego)
  • #40  BURNETT, Tony   CB  6-1  195  6/29/90   So.*/Jr.  Watts (Mayfair/Los Angeles Southwest JC)
  • #45  McMAHON, Craig  PK  6-2 180  8/27/92  Fr./Fr.  Bakersfield (Bakersfield)
  • #73  KIM, Patrick           OG  6-3 305  12/31/91  Fr./Fr.  Chino Hills (Ayala)
  • #76  GUERTLER, Nathan    OT   6-5  265  1/13/93  Fr./Fr.  Norco (Norco)
  • #97  TAVAREZ, Conrad  DT   5-11  285   4/1/91   Fr./Fr.  San Juan Capistrano (Mater Dei)
NEYER-Was 99-of-191 (51.8%) for 1,466 yards, 19 TDs and 12 interceptions as a 2009 senior quarterback at Xavier College Prep in Palm Desert (Calif.)...Also ran for 115 yards with 4 TDs in 2009...Had 68 tackles and 2 interceptions as a linebacker on defense in 2009, and punted 23 times...Did not play as a 2008 junior...Spent his 2007 sophomore season playing 8-man football at Desert Christian School in Bermuda Dunes (Calif.)

NEGRETE-Spent the past 2 seasons (2008-09) as a punter and linebacker at the University of San Diego...As a sophomore in 2009, he earned All-Pioneer Football League first team honors at punter and was the team's Special Teams Player of the Year while averaging 42.2 yards on his 55 punts, with 16 pinning opponents within the 20-yard line...He also had 11 tackles as a reserve linebacker in 2009...As a freshman in 2008, he made All-PFL honorable mention as he averaged 41.0 yards on 27 punts, with 4 traveling 50-plus yards (with a 62-yarder), and he made 20 tackles...He prepped at Clovis West High in Fresno (Calif.), where he was All-State third team, All-Section first team, MVP of the All-City and All-League teams and MVP of his team as a 2007 senior linebacker, tight end and punter...He had 105 tackles and 8 interceptions as a senior and averaged 46.7 yards per punt...He also played baseball at Clovis West...His father, Jeff, played football at Fresno State (1983-84), while his grandfather, Jim Sweeney, was the head football coach at Montana State (1963-67), Washington State (1968-75) and Fresno State (1967-77, 1980-86), posting 200 career wins

BURNETT-Was a jumper and sprinter on USC's track team in 2010...Has career bests of 23-3 1/4 in the long jump, 49-0 1/4 in the triple jump, 10.85 in the 100 meters and 22.17 in the 200 meters...He placed ninth in both the long and triple jumps at the 2010 Pac-10 Championships...Played football as a 2008 freshman at Los Angeles (Calif.) Southwest Junior College...Prepped at Mayfair High in Lakewood (Calif.), where he was on the football and track teams...As a senior defensive back and wide receiver in 2007, he had 7 interceptions and 18 tackles on defense and caught 15 passes for 304 yards (20.3 avg.) with 4 TDs on offense...In track, he made 2008 All-CIF, All-State, All-Conference and Long Beach Press-Telegram Dream Team first team

McMAHON-He made 2009 Bakersfield Californian All-Area as a senior placekicker at Bakersfield (Calif.) High...He hit 6-of-8 field goals (including a 53-yarder) as a senior in 2009 and 40 of his 52 kickoffs were touchbacks...He also punted at Bakersfield

KIM-Played offensive and defensive line at Ayala High in Chino (Calif.)...Made the All-Inland Valley second team and All-Sierra League first team as a senior in 2009

GUERTLER-Made 2009 All-County and All-Big VIII League first team as a senior offensive tackle at Norco (Calif.) High...Made the All-League team as a 2008 junior

TAVAREZ-Played defensive and offensive line at Mater Dei High in Santa Ana (Calif.)...Made All-Trinity League first team as a 2009 senior when he had 29 tackles

(Info and text from the USC Sports Information Department)

Talented Trio

Ronald Johnson is the best receiver on the 2010 USC football team.

Brice Butler looks like a solid #2 option.  David Ausberry and Brandon Carswell provide experience, while De'Von Flournoy has the speed to get open deep.

If the Trojans are going to match the explosiveness of the recent glory days, they'll need at least one of their freshman phenoms to be phenomenal.

Kyle Prater has the size.  Robert Woods has the speed.  Markeith Ambles is smooth as can be.

"They're good," said USC's top cover corner Shareece Wright.  "I feel like they are going to have bright futures here and I'm impressed with all of them."

Prater's advantage is obvious even to the untrained eye.  At a filled out 6'5", he has the size and developing strength to bully smaller defenders particualry in the end zone a la former freshman star Mike Williams.

"He's a big guy.  He's big, strong," Wright said with wide eyes.  "He has his one-handed catches that he's famous for."

Woods was the number one high school athlete in California this past year.  He's run the 200 meters in 21.04 (Usain Bolt's world record is 19.19).

"Woods brings speed.  He catches the ball," scouts Wright.  "He reminds me a lot of Steve Smith."

Ambles was ranked as the #3 receiver in the nation by

"Markeith is the same," said Wright, comparing Ambles to Woods.  "He catches the ball real well, which is one of his biggest strengths.  He's going to get better at running his routes and learning techniques and using his hands."

Yesterday, Coach Kiffin got his first competitive look at Ambles and Woods on Howard Jones Field.

"They both made a couple plays today," said the head coach.  "Markeith seems to be really smooth and Robert seems to be really, really fast.  They are really in good shape right now for the first practice."

Of course, the coach was quick to temper expectations.

"This is one practice.  You can't foresee anything yet.  They've got a long ways to go.  They can barely line up right now."

Mike Williams battled drops before becoming a red zone beast.  Dwayne Jarrett suffered from homesickness long before he was a Rose Bowl MVP.

Prater, Woods and Ambles will experience growing pains, but if they can come out the other side, Matt Barkley will have the surplus of weapons that Heisman winners Carson Palmer and Matt Leinart enjoyed.
I'd say this Prater picture speaks for itself.


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New President Emphasizes Character

On the first day of his tenure as the 11th president of the University of Southern California, C.L. Max Nikias addressed the 2010 USC football team.

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Camp Day 1: Notes

Lane Kiffin's first practice as head coach is in the books.  Here's everything you need to know:

  • The marathon affair clocked in around three hours.  Kiffin likes the extra work, but diminished numbers and the addition of pads (meaning more physical) will shorten things soon enough.
  • Ronald Johnson and Dillon Baxter pop.  They get separation and they make plays.  Kiffin concurred.
  • All the receivers are blessed with talent, but Johnson is so much more polished than the rest of the corps.  He needs to stay healthy.
  • If you're looking for an underrated receiver, De'Von Flournoy has the speed to make plays downfield.  Also, Matt Barkley praised young TE Christian Thomas, who had one nice catch and run.
  • Speaking of the starting QB, Barkley had a pretty clean practice.  He did not throw a pick and his deep ball was accurate. 
  • Freshman QB Jesse Scroggins was composed and happy.  He drew praise from WR Brice Butler and when a coach asked, "Is your head spinning?"  He confidently said, "No."  Of course, the coach replied, "It will later."  Film sessions are really when the rookie QBs get schooled.
  • Stanley Havili is the undisputed starter at fullback, but the search is on for his back-up.  Converted TE Rhett Ellison took reps at that spot on day one.
  • The usual suspects stood out defensively.  In the two big battles, Chris Galippo and Devon Kennard both looked good in coverage drills out of the middle linebacker spot.  As for the corner position opposite Shareece Wright, Brian Baucham impressed.  He went up high to knock a pass away from 6'5" Kyle Prater and he ran with the speedy kids on the outside.
  • In terms of health, OL Matt Kalil was limited with a hamstring injury.  Freshman RB D.J. Morgan, who is rehabbing a knee injury, was relegated to side drills.
  • DE Armond Armstead left practice due to dehydration.
  • OL Tyron Smith missed practice to attend a funeral.  WR Robert Woods and a few other guys were late to practice because they have summer school classes that conflict.
  • Quote of the day: "We can't make them give us a bowl game," senior CB Shareece Wright said. "All we have to do is try to win every single game and who can tell us we're not the best team if we win every game?  We're highly motivated to do that."
  • I'll have a story tomorrow on the freshman receiving trio that could change the dynamic of this offense.
  • Here's a photo gallery of the first practice.
Here's Lane Kiffin's media wrap with the TV and print guys:

Playmakers: Clay Helton

From now until August 9th, is offering premium video content for FREE, so you can sample the new SC TV player and enjoy our exclusive features.

Today, we are debuting The Playmakers: Clay Helton, a profile on the new quarterbacks coach, who is tasked with tutoring prized pupil Matt Barkley.

Helton comes to USC after a decade stint on the Memphis Tigers sideline. 

He served three years as the running backs coach during which time he helped DeAngelo Williams grow into the NFL star he would become.  Then, he switched over to receivers for four years before taking the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach responsibilities in his final three seasons.

Before Memphis, he was an assistant at Duke and Houston (his alma mater).

Click here to see the exclusive video The Playmakers: Clay Helton...



Photo Gallery: Imaginary Games

The 2010 USC football team went through their first team walk-thru this morning on Howard Jones Field. 

Two things stood out...

David Ausberry was mostly split out wide as a receiver not a tight end, which is different than spring ball.  With freshmen Xavier Grimble, Randall Telfer and Christian Thomas suited up, depth is not as much of a concern at tight end.

Also, new special teams coach John Baxter looks like he'll breathe new life into a unit that has been underwhelming in recent seasons.  He has an engaging coaching style, which keeps the players focused on the details.

Click on the photo gallery below for all the pics.  You'll see that a football is noticeably absent.

All photos captured by the keen eye of Rich Rodriguez.

Watch Practice LIVE Today at 4:45 pt

Due to the recent NCAA sanctions, USC football practice will be closed off to the public, so we're going to bring it you instead on

I'll be there to call today's action, guide you through the drills and introduce you to the new faces.

We'll have an "eye in the sky" to survey Howard Jones Field, so you can get your first taste of the 2010 USC football team.

We'll broadcast LIVE at 4:45 (pacific time) for approximately an hour on the new SC TV.  Click this link to see the new video page and player.

As for what you'll be seeing, here is the practice schedule:

4:45 - Team Stretch and Kick Catching

4:55 - Special Teams

5:15 - Individual Drills

5:40 - Combo and Level Drill


Photo Gallery: Move-In Day

The big boys checked in to Fluor Tower today as camp begins.

The veterans have two key mattress techniques.  Kris O'Dowd, Michael Morgan and others brought their own bed.  And, the experienced guys move their mattress under the bed to stay cool.

Quote of the day: "I can't live with someone who snores like an elephant."  - Kris O'Dowd

Here are the pics as we followed Ronald Johnson and Butch Lewis around to learn all the tricks of the trade.  If you click the full screen button and scroll over "show info," you can read the captions explaining each photo.


#1 Camp Concern: Depth

At long...long...long last, the 2010 USC Football season begins Wednesday with the first day of fall camp.

By Lane Kiffin's count, he has 71 scholarship bodies to run through the rigors of two-a-days and then a 13-game season over 14 weeks. 

Unlike your fantasy team, he cannot use the waiver wire to replenish, so depth will be the number one cause for concern in camp and the great variable that looms over the season.

The offensive line and linebacking corps could be the two most exposed spots in the war of attrition.

During spring practice, USC was limited to five healthy offensive linemen at times.  By my count, that's about the minimum.

However, as camp opens, the numbers have swelled a bit.  The Trojans top seven (Tyron Smith, Kris O'Dowd, Butch Lewis, Matt Kalil, Khaled Holmes, Kevin Graf and Zach Heberer) are loaded with talent if not experience.  If they have to dig deeper, they'll need either young or less-touted players to fill important roles.

As for the rest of the offense, Mitch Mustain is a very capable back-up to Matt Barkley with freshman Jesse Scroggins positioned to learn his craft for a year. 

Robert Woods, Kyle Prater and Markeith Ambles are projected to be the top freshmen pass-catching trio in the country, which makes Ronald Johnson's health all the more important.  Rojo needs to set an example for the kiddie corps, so they can fulfill their potential if and when they're pressed into service.

New offensive coordinator and running backs coach Kennedy Pola will have the opposite problem of many of the other position coaches.  Will he work to get every player game touches or will he trim it to the two- and three-headed monsters of his first tenure at USC?

Defensively, the linebacking corps needs their luck to change.  By all accounts, Frankie Telfort and Jarvis Jones were headed for stardom before career-ending health concerns led to Telfort's move to aiding the team from the sidelines and Jones' transfer.

Devon Kennard was the big story of spring practice.  In a year, he's moved from defensive end to outside linebacker and now to middle backer.  While he's new to the position, the coaches were blown away by his spring performance and his ceiling is tremendous.

Kennard, Chris Galippo, Malcolm Smith, Michael Morgan and Shane Horton will get all the reps they can handle with no experience in reserve.  

Coach O's defensive line will miss Christian Tupou's work ethic, but DaJohn Harris was a spring surprise.

The secondary has been injury-prone in recent years, so while they have strength in numbers, they'll need health to develop consistency.

Coach Kiffin preached aggressive competition upon his spring arrival, but he's admitted that "roster management" will be a key to getting through camp unscathed with an eye toward the season long grind, which tests any team's depth.

As for you Trojans fans, while you have one hand up in your "Victory V's," you might want keep your fingers crossed on the other hand.  USC needs a little luck this season.

DT Christian Tupou suffered a freak knee injury, which will cost him his season.

Football Practice Policy

The USC football team begins 2010 fall camp next Wednesday (Aug. 4) at 4:30 p.m. on campus. 
As you likely are aware, Penalty C-20-b of USC's recent NCAA Infractions Report requires USC to close its football (and men's basketball) practices to the general public for the next 4 years.

Here is the official policy in its entirety, as developed by the university and its Office of Athletic Compliance.  This policy is being implemented to insure that USC is in compliance with NCAA rules.

University of Southern California Football Practice Policy

Football team practices shall be strictly limited to men's football team student-athletes and coaching staff, necessary Athletic Department personnel and guests pre-approved by the Vice President or Associate Vice President of Athletic Compliance.   Media, immediate family members of student-athletes (i.e., parents, legal guardians, grandparents, siblings, spouses and children of student-athletes), USC Executive Employees (as defined below) and their escorted pre-approved guests, and other pre-approved guests may attend practice by requesting and receiving permission to do so from the Office of Athletic Compliance, at least 48 hours in advance of a practice.  Media should initially contact the Sports Information Office to request pre-approval to attend practice.  Immediate family members of student-athletes should contact the Football Office to confirm the family member's attendance at practice has been approved by the Office of Athletic Compliance.  Once initially approved by the Office of Compliance, the immediate family of football student-athletes and media need not separately seek permission to attend a practice.   Football student-athletes must contact the Office of Athletic Compliance to update their list of immediate family members.  USC Executive Employees should request pre-approval for guests by completing the appropriate form and submitting it to the Office of Athletic Compliance.

All pre-approved guests authorized to attend a practice shall not have any contact with prospective student-athletes; and, they shall not have access to the team locker room or other athletic facilities while student-athletes or prospective student-athletes are present.   

All guest entry to practice facilities shall be limited to a single secure point of access with a check-in and wrist band issuance procedure to verify and confirm pre-approved attendance.  All guests shall be informed of rules regarding conduct at practice and prohibited contact with prospective student-athletes; and, they must agree, in writing, to abide by such rules upon check-in and before admission to the practice field.   A separate point of access and practice viewing area will be provided for authorized prospective student-athletes on official or unofficial visits.

Under NO circumstances will the following individuals be permitted access to practice facilities: agents (such as athlete agents, marketing agents or financial advisors to athletes) or their employees, representatives or affiliates (including "runners").  Prohibited individuals, limitations regarding guests, practice viewing locations, and other practice related issues will be  monitored, reviewed and may be adjusted on a periodic basis by the Vice President and/or Associate Vice President of Athletic Compliance in consultation with the Athletic Director or Sport Administrator.

As used herein, "USC Executive Employees" shall mean the following:  President, Provost, Senior Vice Presidents, Vice Provosts, Vice Presidents, General Counsel, Athletic Director, Senior Associate Athletic Directors, Vice President and Associate Vice President of Athletic Compliance, all Office of Athletic Compliance staff and the Head Football Coach (provided that any pre-approved guests of Head Football Coach are escorted by a Senior Associate Athletic Director).

The list of guests authorized to attend practice shall be maintained by the Office of Athletic Compliance and provided to the Athletic Director.  The list shall be reviewed weekly by the Vice President or Associate Vice President of Athletic Compliance in consultation with the Athletic Director or Sports Administrator.  USC reserves the right to restrict the number of guests and viewing locations at practice.  Further, USC reserves the right to deny entry to any individual.


By accepting a Practice Wrist Band Pass for USC Football Practices:

1.    You understand and agree that USC may limit, suspend, or terminate access to the football practice USC field and revoke your football practice wrist band pass.
2.    You agree not to have any contact with any USC prospective student-athlete (or their relatives or friends) while at a USC Football Practice.  This includes in-person contact and written or electronic communications, either directly or via a third party.
3.    You agree not to arrange, provide or promise to provide any benefits to any current USC student-athlete (or their relatives or friends) from yourself or on behalf of anyone else. 
4.    You agree not to arrange, provide or promise to provide any benefits to any prospective student-athlete (or their relatives or friends) from yourself or on behalf of anyone else.
5.    You certify that you are not an agent (e.g., sports agent, marketing agent or financial advisor to athletes) or any such agent's employee, representative or affiliate (including "runners").
6.    You certify you have not triggered the definition of a representative of USC's athletics interests by 1) making a financial (cash or in-kind) donation to the USC Athletic Department or one of its booster organizations; 2) participating in or becoming a member of an organization promoting USC's athletics program (e.g., Cardinal & Gold, Trojan Club); 3) assisting the Athletic Department in the recruitment of prospective student-athletes; 4) assisting (or have assisted) in providing benefits to enrolled student-athletes or their families; or 5) being involved in promoting USC's athletics program.

Access to USC's football practice field may be revoked at any time if you do not abide by NCAA, Pac-10 or USC rules.  Failure to abide by any of the requirements above may result in immediate action, the forfeiture of the future opportunity to observe or participate in any USC Athletic Department activity and the forfeiture of any other privileges, including the opportunity to purchase season tickets.

Gladiators of the Coliseum

The boys got their "party pump" on today before the annual glamor shot outside of Heritage Hall, so they looked nice and "swoll".

For you older folks, I just gave you two terms to look up on 

Here's a video for the ladies...


Pac-10 Media Day: Links

Perception is Parity

The 2010 Pac-10 Football Media Day emphasized change above all else.  The conference has a new commissioner, a new logo and soon-to-be two new teams.

USC has felt their own change in recent months with a new coach, new AD and a slightly depleted roster. 

Undoubtedly, Pete Carroll left behind a legacy of dominance, but the mystique has started to fade in recent years including a 9-4 campaign in 2009 and the recent sanctions.

"When we were really rolling, I don't think teams really believed they could beat us.  Sometimes it felt like the game was over in pregame warm-ups," said former offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian, who is now the Washington Huskies head coach.

"The belief of some of the teams might change now.  That is as much important as anything."

Without USC as the top dog, the typical preseason feeling of inevitability made way for parity. 

A record seven teams received first place votes in the preseason media poll with Oregon edging out the Trojans for the top spot.

While the other Pac-10 teams have learned how to beat USC, no one has shown the consistency to be USC.   

"It has not changed one bit.  That's a heck of a football program and we know that when we go to play them, we better play our best," Oregon coach Chip Kelly said.

The Trojans are eligible to win the Pac-10, but they cannot accept the resulting Rose Bowl bid, which casts them in the spoiler role to outsiders.

"I'm looking at USC as they can still knock you off even if they can't make it to a bowl game.  Any time you have a chance to bring in four- or five-star athletes every year, you're going to be a great team no matter what," Oregon State RB Jacquizz Rodgers said.

Coach Kiffin has spoken recently about the "us against the world" mentality and the "anger" that the current crop of Trojans plan to take out on their opponents.  If they are down, they don't plan to be down for long.

"They are still a great team.  They are always going to be a great team.  You are going to have to be at the top of your game to beat them," Arizona QB Nick Foles said.

They say "perception is reality."  In that case, the "Fall of Troy" is only a temporary headline,

"Everyone still respects USC the way they always have.  Great tradition, great players, great coaches, you always have to bring your 'A' game if you're going to be successful," Cal's Jeff Tedford said. 

"Until something changes that, you have to go in and perceive that."

Pac-10 Media Day: Photo Album's Rich Rodriguez covered Pac-10 Football Media Day in all its beauty Thursday at the Rose Bowl. 

Here are the pics from a successful day for new commissioner Larry Scott:

Pac-10 Media Day

Pac-10 Media Day: Kiffin and Barkley

Coach Lane Kiffin and Matt Barkley are holding court at the Rose Bowl.



Pac-10 Media Day: Logo

Pac-10 Media Day is underway from the Rose Bowl and the new logo is front and center.




2010 USC Football Preseason Notes

In anticipation of Pac-10 Football Media Day Thursday at the Rose Bowl, the USC Sports Information Department has released their annual preseason notes for you to peruse.

This comprehensive look at the team features everything from the expected (preseason rankings and honors) to the surprising (eight Trojans have relatives who have played on National Championship USC squads).

Basically, if there is anything you want to know about the 2010 Trojan football team, the great USC SID staff has compiled it for you.

My two favorites:

1.) In the summer of 2009, C Kristofer O'Dowd and some of his classmates in his USC Writing 340 class helped create an online summer school website for elementary school students in the Los Angeles Unified School District., where summer classes were eliminated for financial reasons. O'Dowd produced content for the language arts program for kindergartners through second graders on

2.) C Abe Markowitz is a member of one of Samoa's royal families, the Aiga Sa Malietoa, and he was selected as a "Talking Chief" of the family. He also is a cousin of the King of Tonga.

Good stuff!

One quick correction, our Twitter name is USC_Athletics.  Things have changed since press time, so there are a few corrections if you scroll to the end.

Click the PDF link for all the info...



Glen Stanley Released

USC has granted linebacker Glen Stanley, a 2010 signee out of Eastern Arizona J.C., a full release from his letter of intent, the school announced today.


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