USC has 2 #10's? (1 Viewer)

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Did anyone notice that Booty is #10 and their starting LB Brian Cushing is also #10?

I didn't know you could have multiple players wearing the same number. I guess the only thing that matters is that USC just beat the dog crap out of ND. I just hope the BCS idiots don't stick ND in the Rose Bowl over LSU.
 

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USC has many duplicate jersey numbers. With over 100 players, including walk-ons, and 7 retired Heisman numbers, some players end up sharing. Since JDB is offense and Cushing defense, they aren't on the field at the same time.
 

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I noticed that to. btw, LSU has 143 players on roster. They have 3 wearing 32. I also think LSU should play UM in the Rose Bowl.
 

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I guess the only thing that matters is that USC just beat the dog crap out of ND. I just hope the BCS idiots don't stick ND in the Rose Bowl over LSU.
Oh, believe me, ND will get a spot ahead of LSU. Maybe both teams get a BCS bid...but LSU will not get a berth at the expense of ND. You can take that to the bank.

Both teams lost to great teams, but ND's exposure and larger fan base cannot be underestimated.
 

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As long as the players play on different sides of the ball, duped numbers are okay.

Cases in point:

NC State - Mario Williams (DE) #9, Marcus Stone (QB) #9; Adam Kiker (K) #21, Tramain Hall (WR) #21.

I remember in the LSU-Oklahoma game after Corey Webster caught an INT, they showed a close-up of the walk-on player who also wore #13. Basically the premise is that both players must play different sides of the ball and cannot take the field at the same time.
 

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