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Okay, we're in a bit of a slow period right now, so think back to your time at SC and name your favorite player while you were a student.
I attended from 1992-1996, and my favorite player was Brian Kelly. Brian, his girlfriend and son lived in the apartment complex that my wife and I managed and he was always a really cool dude. I was so happy for him when he got drafted by the Bucs and went on to have a really solid NFL career.
Lendale White was my favorite. Choo choo!!!!
Defense! Defense! Defense!
Not a single player, but....
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Stafon and Barkley honorable mention.
2011-2013 (Masters program) Graduate in May....Marqise Lee
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Rodney Peete and Leroy Holt
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"If this was a prize fight they'd call it off"- F ND!
The roommates, Carson Palmer & Troy Polamalu.
Sometimes, you just know when the eyes have it.
We were there the same time. I agree with these two. Perhaps add in Scott Galbraith.
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I was there 01-06.
"Anthony Ronald Yary attended Cerritos College for one year and then the University of Southern California. As a sophomore in 1965, Yary was voted the Pac-8 defensive lineman of the year and All-West Coast for his play at defensive tackle. As a junior he was moved to the offensive line where he was a consensus All-American as a junior in 1966 and a unanimous All-American choice in 1967, his senior year. He was the 1967 winner of both the Outland Trophy and the Knute Rockne Award, awards that annually go to the nation's top collegiate lineman. Yary was the first USC Trojan to win the Outland. In Yary's senior year of 1967 the Trojans won the NCAA football national championship under Coach John McKay. During Yary's three seasons, the Trojans compiled a 24-7-1 record. In 1987 Yary was inducted to the College Football Hall of Fame. He was inducted into the Rose Bowl Hall of Fame in 2012.
"Yary was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2001. Yary gave credit for his Hall of Fame induction to his former coaches, John Ashton (high school) John McKay (college) and Bud Grant (professional). He also praised his position coaches Marv Goux, Dave Levy, John Michaels and Jerry Burns." [Reference: Wikipedia]
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