As previously predicted here on Dreadnaught, Aaron Corp will get the start at quarterback for USC against Washington. Matt Barkley is still suffering from the bruised shoulder he suffered during the win over Ohio State.
USC quarterback Aaron Corp has been chosen to start the Trojans’ Pac-10 opener against Washington on Saturday, a person briefed on the decision told ESPN’s Joe Schad on Friday.
Freshman Matt Barkley is expected to regain his status as starter when he is healthy enough to resume throwing, the source said. Barkley continues to experience pain in his bruised right (throwing) shoulder, which was injured in the third-ranked Trojans’ 18-15 victory at Ohio State last weekend.
Here is a good team report for the Trojans,
Nobody will need to remind USC coach Pete Carroll what happened last season when the Trojans were feeling good after beating Ohio State.
They came out flat in the first half in the Pac-10 opener at Oregon State, and could never catch up, losing 27-21—the only blemish on USC’s season.
Once again, here are the Trojans, coming off an 18-15 win at Ohio State, ready to go on the road for their Pac-10 opener. This time, it’s against Washington, which ended a 15-game losing streak last week by beating Idaho 42-23.
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Update: Corp did not have a good game. Washington played very well. Not a good day to be a Trojan.
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