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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Cody Kessler
Cody Kessler is still Southern California's starting quarterback after holding off a challenge from freshman Max Browne during the Trojans' spring workouts.
Steve Sarkisian said his first day of spring practice as Southern California's new coach "felt different."
"I feel very comfortable, especially after the year that we had," said Kessler, who will be a redshirt junior in the fall. "At the end of the day, I'm not just competing against them (Browne and Greene). In my mind, I'm competing against guys across the country, Brett Hundley and Jameis Winston and guys like that that are elite quarterbacks."
"Last year, it was more run a play, everyone kind of talk about it, figure it out," quarterback Cody Kessler said.