USC Coach Lane Kiffin released an end-of-spring depth chart Monday that featured no major surprises but several curious listings.
As expected, third-year sophomores Max Wittek and Cody Kessler, and freshman Max Browne were listed as co-starters at quarterback. An official decision about who will be Matt Barkley's successor will not come until training camp.
In Saturday's final Spring Game, completed 15 of 22 passes for 242 yards and three touchdowns on four drives, including a 75-yard TD pass to Marqise Lee on the game's first play from scrimmage.
He later threw another touchdown pass to Lee and then added a 1-yard scoring strike to Nelson Agholor.
Justin Hutson, who played and coached basketball at Bakersfield High and Cal State Bakersfield, has returned to San Diego State as an assistant men's basketball coach.
Hutson replaces Tony Bland, who was hired by USC last week. Hutson was with SDSU from 2006-2011 before serving as an associate head coach at UNLV the past two seasons.
Bland replaced Hutson when he went to UNLV.
Hutson was a key recruiter at SDSU, helping to land Kawhi Leonard, a first-round pick in the NBA draft in 2011, and Chase Tapley, a four-year starter.
BC golf places 5th
GLENDALE -- Neil Bautista shot a team-low, even-par 71 at Oakmont Country Club to lead the Bakersfield College men's golf team to a fifth-place finish at a Western State Conference tournament.
Bautista had three consecutive birdies during his round.
BC had a team score of 396. College Canyons won the seven-team event at 361.
Travis Millwee shot 78 for BC, followed by Paul Cooper (79), Jake Jacobus (83) and Zac Casberg (85).
BC next plays in the 36-hole conference finals Monday at Soule Park Golf Club in Ojai.
Barr tied for 11th at WCC championships
BREMERTON, Wash. -- Cal State Bakersfield freshman Jordanne Barr is tied for 11th place after shooting a 6-over 78 in the first round of the West Coast Conference Golf Championships at Gold Mountain Golf Club.
Barr turned in a 40 on the front nine before carding two birdies to post a 38 on the back nine. Fellow freshman Michelle Martel posted an 86 and is 26th, while sophomore Micah Lopez is 28th after shooting a 90. Junior Malea Miller shot a 91 and is 29th.