Browne's two minute drill

USC freshman quarterback Max Browne wrapped up Friday's throwing session with a two minute drill - resulting in a spectacular touchdown pass - and catch - by fellow freshman Darreus Rogers. You've got to see it to believe it...

The Trojans were back on Cromwell Field Friday morning for a voluntary summer throwing session.

The last drive of the day was the two-minute drill for freshman Max Browne.

Browne had a tough day of it during both 7on7 and 11on11 drills, unable to get the ball off multiple times and taking a few sacks.

However, the freshman was in his finest form during the two-minute drill, capping the drive with a deep touchdown pass made by Darreus Rogers. Rogers, a freshman, reached out to make the one-handed grab over freshman cornerback Chris Hawkins.

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