Remember back in the spring when the USC coaches were questioning tailback Kenan Christon being able to get into the rotation, mainly because he was doing track and didn’t participate in spring drills?
Well, now that the speedy Christon is with football every day during training camp, they are singing a different tune.
Clay Helton said after Saturday’s scrimmage USC needs to take advantage of his “10.3 speed” and find ways to get the ball into his hands.
It just shows coaches hate when football players do other sports in the spring and discourage it but are willing to forgive the player when they make plays. They never considered Christon might get better if he runs track too.