USC reviews restaurant visits for violation
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- The University of Southern California is looking into whether its football program violated any NCAA rules by taking recruits to a restaurant owned by a former Trojans player.
Coach Pete Carroll acknowledges that USC's athletic department had given information to the school's compliance department about the frequent visits. He would not comment further during a Rose Bowl news conference.
The top-ranked Trojans play Texas for the national championship on Wednesday.
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