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Max Wittek is going to start this weekend when USC faces Notre Dame. Who is Max Wittek? He’s the backup quarterback to Matt Barkley. He’s a redshirt freshman who has only 8 completions in 9 attempts for 95 yards and has played in only 6 games. Wittek is getting the start after Barkley was injured during last weekends game against UCLA. Ironically Barkley was injured by a former Notre Dame player’s son. Wittek is already making some pretty big claims. “I’m going to go out there,” Wittek said in the interview, “I’m going to play within myself, within the system, and we’re going to win this ballgame.” Wittek is a pretty confident kid, just the kind that may actually end up pulling off what he said. Wittek is a 6’4″ 245 lbs pro-style quarterback from Mater Dei. He went to school with Barkley and also used the same quarterbacks coach Steve Clarkson. [LATimes] Related Posts Southern Cal quarterback Matt Barkley out for Notre Dame game Stanford and Notre Dame came down to controversial last play in overtime Notre Dame negotiates football deal with ACC
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Lane Kiffin is known for many things. Draw your own conclussions. However, he is known for holding is cards close regarding discussing player injuries. And now, here's this. Yesterday's practive video shows freshman quarterback Matt Wittek taking snaps preparing to be the starter for Saturday's game with Notre Dame. That's fine, no problem at all. Starter Matt Barkley...
With senior quarterback Matt Barkley shelved after suffering a sprained AC joint in his right shoulder against UCLA, the USC Trojans will start redshirt freshman Max Wittek against the University of Notre Dame and their smothering defense on Saturday night … Continue reading →
Earlier this week, Lane Kiffin announced that Matt Barkley would not play in Saturday's game against Notre Dame. With Barkley out, the Trojans' upset hopes now rest on the arm of redshirt freshman Max Wittek. Wittek only has nine pass attempts for the season and has taken limited snaps in his young career.
With a redshirt freshman at the helm and the Irish likely to play...
Yogi Roth of the Pac-12 Network joins Fox Sports Tonight and talks about USC's next quarterback taking over for Matt Barkley.
USC redshirt freshman QB Max Wittek has three carries on the season for negative 13 yards. He may not be good at running the ball, but he's making a name for himself running his mouth after guaranteeing a USC victory over Notre Dame yesterday.
Wittek, who will start in place of injured Heisman candidate (hahahahaha) Matt Barkley, told ESPN Radio's LA affiliate, "I...
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If the Irish can pull off this road win they all but lock up their spot in the National...
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Kansas City (1-8) – Matt Barkley,
Jacksonville (1-8) – Johnathan
Hankins, NT, Ohio State
Cleveland (2-7) – Star Lotulelei,
Carolina (2-7) – Damontre Moore,
DE, Texas A&M
Oakland (3-6) – Dee Milliner, CB,
Buffalo (3-6) – Jarvis Jones, OLB,
Philadelphia (3-6) – Geno Smith,