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Browne showing patience

by Greg Katz:

LOS ANGELES — At the midway point of spring practice, talented USC Trojans sophomore quarterback Max Browne still waits patiently in the background, as all eyes are focused on senior starter Cody Kessler, who is being promoted as a strong Heisman Trophy candidate for 2015.

Having once been the 2012 Gatorade National High School Player of the Year out of Skyline High in Sammamish, Washington, Browne has shown remarkable patience, class and dignity waiting in line to hopefully take his turn at Quarterback U., which has produced the likes of Heisman Trophy-winning QBs Carson Palmer and Matt Leinart, as well as NFL passers Matt CasselMark Sanchez, and Matt Barkley.

So how has Browne, a communications major with a 3.28 GPA, been able to maintain such patience?

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Greg Katz

Now in his 58th season of either writing, broadcasting, or just plain watching USC football, WeAreSC columnist Greg Katz began his affiliation with the website back in 2001, introducing his well-received O/NSO (The Obvious/The Not So Obvious) column and later adding his respected IMHO Sunday opinion and tidbits column. Greg, a former ESPN.com college football staff writer covering USC, is also a member of the Football Writer's Association of America. He is also known in Southern California as a professional public address announcer, having called the the 1996 Rose Bowl Game between USC and Northwestern. Greg also holds a master's degree in athletic administration and was a former varsity high school coach of 27 years.


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