Found August 08, 2012 on The Victory Formation:
PLAYERS: Silas Redd
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Last week, Silas Redd took advantage of the NCAA’s Penn State ruling, and transferred out to LA. When practice started for the USC Trojans on Monday, the junior running back was subjected to questioning from the media about the transfer. Those questions naturally centered around his reasons for leaving. I’m sure they were thrown at him. Not that [...]
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