SC NOTEBOOK: KELLY TO FOCUS ON DRAFT, TAKE NEXT SEMESTER OFF.Byline: Scott Wolf Scott Richard Wolf (born June 4, 1968) is an American actor.
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USC An abbreviation for U.S. Code. wide receiver Kareem Kelly Kareem Kelly (born April 1, 1981 in Los Angeles, California) is a Canadian Football League wide receiver. He attended the University of Southern California where he played football and track and majored in sociology. His sports hero is Muhammad Ali. ends his college career at the Orange Bowl next month, but he's also put obtaining his bachelor's degree on hold by taking next semester off to prepare for the NFL draft The NFL Draft (officially the NFL Annual Player Selection Meeting) is an annual sports draft in which National Football League (NFL) teams take turns, through seven rounds .
Kelly intends to concentrate on attending the NFL NFL
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NFL (US) n abbr (= National Football League) → Fußball-Nationalliga combines and working out for teams individually while trying to raise his stock for April's pro draft, and will not take classes at USC.
``I would like to finish school, but I think I'll just go and get ready for conditioning,'' Kelly said. ``Hopefully, (school president Steven) Sample will accept me back because I will get my degree. School is important.''
Kelly needs one catch against Iowa to set an NCAA NCAA
National Collegiate Athletic Association record for consecutive games with at least one reception. His current streak is 46 games. Although Iowa's defensive front seven receives most of the attention, Kelly said he's impressed with the Hawkeyes' cornerbacks.
``I don't see many weaknesses,'' he said. ``This will be our most physical game since we played Kansas State.''
--Chow update: Offensive coordinator Norm Chow remains a candidate for the Kentucky head-coaching job. Chow said he did not speak to Kentucky athletic director Mitch Barnhart on Sunday, but he received an unsolicited vote of confidence from former Kentucky coach Fran Curci, who offered his support for the veteran assistant.
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--Weekend visitor: Wide receiver Steve Smith of Taft High in Woodland Hills was among the recruits that visited practice.
Tailback Reggie Bush of San Diego concluded his official visit Sunday. One of his hosts was offensive lineman Travis Watkins, who, like Bush, attended Helix High.
--Moving up: USC coach Pete Carroll mentioned tight end Dominique Byrd, defensive linemen LaJuan Ramsey and Van Brown and cornerback William Buchanon as players who benefited from bowl practices.
``A guy like Dominique Byrd has played a lot of football for us,'' Carroll said. ``He's answered the call well. Willie Buchanon has also had a nice month. He's made a lot of nice plays for us.''
--One to go: USC holds its final practice at Howard Jones Field Howard Jones Field is the practice facility for the USC Trojans football team. It was expanded in the fall of 1998 to include Brian Kennedy Field. In early 1999, Goux's Gate — named after the late popular long-time former assistant coach Marv Goux — was erected at the today before taking Christmas Eve and Christmas off. The Trojans leave for Miami on Thursday.