LOS ANGELES -- As the grind of training camp continues on, new USC wide receivers coach Tee Martin has tried to liven things up a bit for his position group.
Martin and his wide receivers have become known to challenge each other in various drills at the conclusion of practice. After a recent practice, Martin said he was going to throw the ball some 50 yards downfield and challenged his receivers to see who could run under the ball and make the catch.
Robert Woods tried and couldn't do it.
Marqise Lee had the same result.
Then it was George Farmer's turn. He successfully accomplished the feat.
At this point, all of the receivers had ditched their pads. Farmer was still in his full practice garb shoulder pads and shorts ---and made the catch. Running back D.J. Morgan was the only other to complete the challenge.
But Farmer stuck out.
"George is fast," Lee said. "I think every yard he gets faster."
It was monumental for Farmer as well. Not because he was able to make th...