November 28, 2006
Prior to Saturday, many of the pundits questioned the ability of the Trojan secondary to slow down the potent Irish passing attack. Although they failed to pick off a Brady Quinn pass, the USC defenders did bat down several of his offerings. We talked to defensive back coach Rocky Seto about the performance of his group.
Coach Seto has a very young crop of defenders that he often stays after practice with to work on particular plays.
"It is just a little fine tuning," Coach Seto said after Monday's practice. "If you think about it, every guy is a new starter except for Terrell (Thomas) and he has kind of been in and out of the lineup that last couple of years.
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