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April 30, 2006 | J.A. Adande
In a disappointing draft for USC's NFL prospects, LenDale White had it the worst on a day that started with a dubious drug test report, continued through six arduous hours of waiting and resulted in one angry grandma. White, once projected to go among the first 10 picks, wasn't selected until the Tennessee Titans chose him in the second round, 45th overall. He went the latest and fell the furthest, more than Reggie Bush slipping to No. 2, Matt Leinart falling to No.
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August 15, 2012 | Times staff
A year-by-year look at how USC has divided carries among top tailbacks since 2003: Name, Carries, Yards, Touchdowns 2011 Curtis McNeal 1451,0056 Marc Tyler1225684 D.J. Morgan421630 2010 Marc Tyler1719139 Allen Bradford1107945 Dillon Baxter592521 C.J. Gable532531 2009 Joe McKnight1641,0148 Allen Bradford1156688 Stafon Johnson321575 2008 Stafon Johnson1387059 C.J. Gable1076178 ...
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January 5, 2005 | GARY KLEIN
Gary Klein's keys to the game, and how the Trojans measured up: 1. Stop the running game. After Oklahoma's first drive of the game, USC's defense controlled the line of scrimmage and contained Sooner running back Adrian Peterson. Oklahoma was forced to pass and USC intercepted quarterback Jason White three times. 2. Establish the run.
SPORTS
September 3, 2005
With no disrespect to Maurice Drew, UCLA linebacker Justin London's comment that Drew is "the most complete back we'll face this season, period" confirms what most Bruin fans have known since the end of last season -- that the Bruin defense doesn't plan on showing up for at least two games this season, Oklahoma and USC. Giving guys like Adrian Peterson, Reggie Bush and LenDale White bulletin-board material is always smart. I suppose for London that it wasn't bad enough to see Bush dancing all over the Rose Bowl turf last December against a Bruin defense that had three weeks to prepare.
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February 19, 2005 | Gary Klein
Running back Reggie Bush on Thursday became the eighth USC player to have surgery since the Trojans defeated Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl on Jan. 4. Bush had arthroscopic shoulder surgery to alleviate bursitis, a USC spokesman said. Coach Pete Carroll said Bush would have a role in spring practice, which begins March 22. "Most of these are just normal procedures because there are issues guys have during the season that you put off," Carroll said Friday.
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February 18, 2004 | Gary Klein
USC Coach Pete Carroll filled the final vacancy on his staff Tuesday, naming Todd McNair as running back coach. McNair, 38, coached running backs for the Cleveland Browns the last three seasons. He replaces Kennedy Pola, who left USC in January to join the Browns' staff after Coach Butch Davis fired McNair in December. McNair, a former NFL running back and special teams player, is the second former Cleveland assistant hired by Carroll in less than two weeks.
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September 10, 2007 | From the Associated Press
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Tennessee's running attack hardly missed Travis Henry. Chris Brown ran for 175 yards, Vince Young and LenDale White combined for another 88 on the ground and the Titans ran roughshod over the Jacksonville Jaguars, opening their season on Sunday with a 13-10 victory. Henry, who ran for more than 1,200 yards last season, left Tennessee for Denver in the off-season. The Titans did just fine without him.
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