Monday, September 24, 2007

Short, sweet - OC Register
A couple of them looked more like laterals than passes. At times, they required more running from quarterback John David Booty than from his receivers.

No beautiful arcing spirals or sprints down the sideline.

But with a series of short, precise passes in the opening drive of a 47-14 victory over Washington State Saturday night, USC restored something it has coveted for years, but lacked in its first two games: balance.

Booty threw for four touchdowns and 279 yards on 28-of-35 passing, reviving his faded Heisman Trophy hopes and reinvigorating a listless USC passing attack...

Also, Secondary stifles WSU passing attack - Daily Trojan
Passing through rarified air - Daily Trojan
USC shouldn't get carried away - LA Daily News
USC makes another statement with victory - LA Daily News
Slinging a different tune - LA Times
Trojans find the right balance - LA Times

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