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Petros Papadakis Talkin’ Pac 12 & Utes On Talkin’ Sports

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(KUTV) Petros Papadakis was a tailback at the University of Southern California from 1997-2000, where, as a senior, he was the team’s leading captain and touchdown-scorer and also was named USC’s Most Inspirational Player. His father, John, and older brother, Taso, played linebacker for the Trojans, and his grandfather played basketball at USC.

He is the self-proclaimed “captain of the worst team in USC history” and it’s a moniker that he uses as a radio and tv analyst years later. Adam Mikulich and Petros had the chance to sit down and just talk football at Pac 12 media meetings recently. They talk about their own roots but quickly turn their attention to Kyle Whittingham and the Utes.

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