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Kevin O'Neill

A team low on experience showed it can play with high effort in the Trojans double overtime 64-61 loss to Nebraska.

Kevin O'Neill was chock full of honesty during the preseason. He said his expectations of his team had changed practically every minute. He said the team needed much more time. He said he had no idea who the starting lineup would be. He said this two days before the Trojans first game. He said guard Maurice Jones would be the only sure role player, and that Jones would play every minute...

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