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Football: Steve Clarkson is coming to the Rose Bowl

You have to give private quarterback guru Steve Clarkson credit for producing lots of hype. His 15-city "Dreammaker" tour is coming to the Rose Bowl on Saturday, with Heisman Trophy winner Matt Leinart and Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel among his helpers.

Clarkson will be training top young quarterbacks and searching for the next good ones. Seven will be selected during his tour to participate in a competition this summer in Maui.

Participants can range in age between sixth and 12th grade. Of course, Clarkson is the private coach for seventh-grader David Sills, who USC has already offered a scholarship. But I have a feeling there won't be any more offers like that because it didn't exactly come off as a positive move.

-- Eric Sondheimer

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Say What?

Verballistic, what kind of gibberish logic is that? You usually make sense. Must be your stab at irony that is escaping me....


I beg to was well-received by USC fans, so I wont be surprised if it happens again. Let the other schools miss out because they are worried about negative publicity, because that leaves more young guys like David Sills available.

USC has the freshman class of 2015 covered, but that still leaves gaps to be filled for 2011-2014, so there is still work to do. So many college athletes are one year and done, so we at least need to cover 2011 and 2013 by getting verbal commitments for good high school QBs.


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