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--Less than one day after news broke that Mike Bellotti was interested in the UCLA coaching job, the Oregon coach officially took himself out of the running. The Bruins really need to move quickly and make a decision on their new hire. They are losing valuable recruiting time. My guess is that the job will now go to Rick Neuheisel.


--The Coliseum Commission and the State agreed to a deal on rent, which should help negotiations with USC. The commission can no longer hold up the process due to uncertain rent payments.


--USC will play Cal Poly in men's basketball tomorrow, and I will be doing the play-by-play on KSCR 1560 AM or KSCR.org.

December 21, 2007 2:46 PM • Native Intelligence • Email the editor
 

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