Found January 31, 2013 on
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Matt Barkley was part of a disappointing USC Trojans team this year but the quarterback does not believe that should reflect negatively on his NFL future.
Barkley suffered a shoulder injury in a loss to UCLA that caused him to miss games against Notre Dame and Georgia Tech. Barkley was not exactly the picture of quarterback efficiency this season throwing 15 interceptions.
Today I had the pleasure to talk with several NFL scouts and pick there brains about the Quarterbacks in the upcoming draft. Last year if you would have told me that Matt Barkley would be a second rounder I would have told you, your crazy. I still feel the same way this year, so I asked a few NFL scouts what they thought and it seemed as if they had a difference of opinions. ...
They always say you go pro or cash in when you are your hottest. USC quarterback Matt Barkley is finding that out the hard way after witness his preseason #1 ranked stumble to a terrible 7-6 record.
Barkley who had an unbelievable 2011 season threw 15 interceptions this year and looked frazzled at times. Barkley is fighting the stereotypes though and on ESPN’s The Herd, said...
Rather than acting like a used Trojan, University of Southern California (USC) head coach Lane Kiffin admirably admitted that he needs to mature as a man and leader to find success on the gridiron. Overseeing an utterly miserable campaign in Troy that saw USC go 7-6, Kiffin, who has compiled substandard records of 32-19 in college and 5-15 in the NFL, accepted complete responsibility...
USC head coach Lane Kiffin has always recruited the state of Florida hard, going back to his days at Tennessee. He and the Trojans were back in the state this year and they went after some of the state's best.