If you observed USC defensive end Morgan Breslin during fall camp, chances were you didn't see much.
Head coach Lan Kiffin likes to use the word "flash." If a player has a good day of practice or does something that was unexpected, Kiffin will say this player or that player "flashed today."
He wasn't saying that a whole lot about Breslin except when the Trojans would have scrimmages. That's when Breslin would show up.
He's played and felt comfortable in game-like situations and so far this season it's transferred over to the actual games on Saturdays.
Kiffin says Breslin has been "unbelievable" in his first two games as a Trojan.
The junior college transfer from Diablo Valley College is leading the team in tackles for loss with four and is tied with freshman defensive lineman Leonard Williams for the team lead in sacks with two.
Breslin also deflected a pass that led to a Dion Bailey interception in the 42-29 win over Syracuse last Saturday.
"Morgan has probably been, I...