USC's PJ Dozier demands that the crowd throw up four fingers to signify their Final Four spot in the NCAA tournament after their win over Florida.
USC's PJ Dozier demands that the crowd throw up four fingers to signify their Final Four spot in the NCAA tournament after their win over Florida. C. Rush online@thestate.com
USC's PJ Dozier demands that the crowd throw up four fingers to signify their Final Four spot in the NCAA tournament after their win over Florida. C. Rush online@thestate.com

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