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December 14, 2007 at 10:59 AM

USC to fight for Polk

Scott Wolf of the Los Angeles Daily News reports in his blog that the Trojans are going to continue to recruit Chris Polk
Polk committed to USC early last year before deciding to re-open his recruitment and committing this week to UW.
Polk sounds pretty committed to UW now, but then if you read the stories from last winter he sounded pretty committed to USC back then, as well.
Wolf also has an interesting rumor that Rick Neuheisel did indeed try to get an interview at Washington State but couldn’t get the Cougars interested, and that he hears Ed Orgeron’s next move is most likely the NFL and not college (Orgeron coached at USC before heading to Mississippi).

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