Found October 22, 2012 on Fox Sports West:
LOS ANGELES - Looks can often be deceiving and they certainly were on Saturday at the Coliseum when No. 9 USC defeated Colorado, 50-6. After scoring their second touchdown of the game, the Trojans attempted to go for a two-point conversion. The designated holder on the play, wearing jersey No. 35, ran in the conversion but it was called back because of a holding penalty. Punter Kyle Negrete is listed as No. 35 on the USC roster. The fact that "Negrete" was holding, sparked interest, because it would make the third different holder the Trojans have had this season. Matt Barkley began the season as the holder, before third-string quarterback Cody Kessler took over as the new holder. However, in the play-by-play from Saturdays game, Kessler is listed as the runner on the two-point try and not Negrete. And, this was not a typo. When asked if Negrete would be the new holder going forward, USC head coach Lane Kiffin offered not to discuss it. Id really, rather not ge...
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