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Playing two sports isn't easy in the Pac-10

Washington forward Clarence Trent's tryout with the football team during spring ball lasted all of four practices. The 6-foot-5, 225-pound freshman's flirtation with playing defensive end ended with him tweeting, "this whole football thing is not for me."

Trent playing both football and basketball would have meant being placed on a football scholarship, freeing up another for Lorenzo Romar to use, but as a turned out, putting on pads for the first time since high school didn't come easy.

And of course it wasn't, with time commitments and the uncanny ability to perform well in basketball and another sport being rare.

USC's Jordan Cameron played in three games during the 2009 season, but this year decided to stick to football.

And in January, Stanford quarterback Tavita Pritchard joined the basketball season as a walk-on. The senior hadn't played competitively since he was an all-league high school player, but was able to get in one game for two minutes.

Who's got next?