Senior Bowl adds Turner and Chung to Pac-10 list
Posted by ESPN.com's Ted Miller
The Senior Bowl, the nation's premier college all-star game, has added USC receiver Patrick Turner and Oregon safety Patrick Chung to its list of invitees.
The game, whose selections are mostly dictated by the NFL, now will feature 14 Pac-10 players, including six from USC.
That means Trojans will have the largest contingent of players from any school for the second consecutive year. Nine Trojans were invited last year.
Kickoff for the January 24th game is set for 6 p.m. (CT) and the game will be televised by the NFL Network.
The Pac-10 Senior Bowl invitees:
California: Center Alex Mack and linebacker Zack Follett
Oregon: Center Max Unger, safety Patrick Chung, running back Jeremiah Johnson
Oregon State: Offensive lineman Andy Levitre and cornerback Keenan Lewis
USC: Linebackers Rey Maualuga, Brian Cushing and Clay Matthews and defensive linemen Fili Moala and Kyle Moore and receiver Patrick Turner
Washington State: Receiver Brandon Gibson
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