This past weekend Nike hosted one of those annual summer mega recruiting camp hosted up in Palo Alto. All the big time college coaches were there. Weiss was there. So was Pom Pom along with Karl Dorrell checking out some of the big time recruits from California. LA Times has the details, which includes a short blurb on Bruin commit hot shot QB Chris Forcier.
Anyways during the camp apparently Carroll approached Dorrell and brought up the idea of reviving the tradition of USC and UCLA wearing their home jerseys during the annual game. Scott Wolf, the Trojan beat writer (cough shill) for Daily News posted this on his blog:
The last time that happened was 1982 before the NCAA prohibited the unique practice. It's believed the NCAA would allow each team to wear their home jerseys if the schools agreed and Carroll is a firm supporter.
It will be up to Dorrell to do the same thing this December. The streak has got to end no matter what color jerseys these clowns will be wearing coming out of visitors' tunnel at Pasadena.