LOS ANGELES When Stanford struts into a sold-out Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Saturday night to play USC before a prime-time TV audience, the cameras will be pulled in many different directions.
There are the two NFL-ready quarterbacks, Andrew Luck and Matt Barkley. There are three of the best offensive linemen in college: USC tackle Matt Khalil, Stanford tackle Jonathan Martin and guard David DeCastro, all of whom could be first-round picks next April. And even though Jim Harbaugh and Pete Carroll are gone, it might be worth watching the post-game handshake.
All that eye candy notwithstanding, if you want to see where the game could be decided whether the Trojans are back among college football's elite or the Cardinal steamroll another opponent keep an eye on USC redshirt freshman linebacker Dion Bailey.
That is, if you can find him.
Bailey, who stands 6-foot and weighs 200 pounds, plays on the strong side of the formation, over the tight end, and against Stanford th...