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Just a few things from the last couple of days...

USC FOOTBALL

Freshman Focus: George Farmer
I can't wait to see this kid play!

2011 USC opponent preview: Colorado - The Orange County Register
Opponent: Colorado When: Friday, Nov. 4, 6 p.m. PT Where: Folsom Field, Boulder, Colo.

2011 USC opponent preview: Washington - The Orange County Register
Opponent: Washington When: Saturday, Nov. 12, 12:30 p.m. PT Where: The Coliseum

10 questions for fall camp, No. 1: Backing up Barkley - ESPN Los Angeles
Ten weekdays remain until the start of fall camp on Aug. 4. Each of those 10 days, we'll take a somewhat-quick look at one question facing the Trojans...

10 questions for fall camp, No. 2: Could Butler start? - ESPN Los Angeles

Big Mike Williams on Petros and Money

Pac-12 RELATED

Pac-12 TV Network: Assessing the options, predicting the outcome | Jon Wilner
Guessing along with Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott is a risky business...

The Pac 12's Business Model Will Change College Athletics : Out Kick The Coverage
This a pretty concise piece...

NCAA INVESTIGATIONS RELATED

Ohio State won't be hit with failure to monitor - CBSSports.com

But...

Tressel Alerted OSU Officials To Tattoo Scandal Tip As Early As December | WBNS-10TV
Of course OSU denies this allegation. But this report came out after OSU received its gift from the NCAA on Thursday...

Despite damning evidence, Ohio State escapes failure to monitor charge | National Football Post
It's all about connections...

Pay-for-play allegations won't go away at Auburn - Sporting News

Odds are, Auburn will continue to hear stories like Sheridan's - Dennis Dodd
Oddsmaker Danny Sheridan says sources inside the NCAA tell him that Cam Newton and his father were paid for choosing Auburn. Dennis Dodd shakes his head and says Auburn will have to put up with stuff like this until the program is cleared.

Oregon Ducks athletic director emails supporters ahead of media day - ESPN
Oregon athletic director Rob Mullens sent an email to key supporters Friday, saying the school is still reviewing the use of outside recruiting services.