20 Questions with USC's David Ausberry

SCPlaybook.com takes you beyond the stats so you can learn more about your favorite USC players. In the latest installment of 20 questions, wide receiver David Ausberry lets us know his reason for choosing USC, best sports memory and much more.

Favorite Professional Sports Team: Tennessee Titans

Favorite Athlete: Deion Sanders

Favorite Artist/ Music Group: Lil' Wayne and Yung Joc

Person You Most Admire: My mother

Best Sports Memory: Winning my very first championship when I was 10-years old in Pop Warner. I was an outside linebacker for the Lemoore Wildcats. We went 11-1 and won the championship 7-0.

Most Prized Possession: My scholarship to USC. My mom has it framed.

Best Advice you ever received: Always fight for what you believe in.

Hobbies: I like to hang around with my teammates. I wouldn't give that up for the world. These are guys that make me and we are here together.

Career After Football: I want to do some type of philanthropy work, something I can do to help other people.

Reason for choosing USC: This is the place right here. It's close to home, great football program. If you want to be the best you come here. That's what I am striving for.

Best Win: My freshman year we beat Washington here. They had Isaiah Stanback and we got a sack at the end of the game and won.

Toughest Loss: Oregon State this past year because it was the most recent.

Best player you ever played with: Ryan Kalil. That's a guy that was one of the cooler upperclassmen.

Best player you ever played against: CB Vontae Davis (Illinois)

Favorite Movie: City of God

Favorite TV Show: For the Love of Ray J

Favorite Stadium other than Coliseum: Arizona State

Goal for 2009 Season: To be the best and win it all.

Best helmets other than USC: San Diego State

Best thing about being a Trojan: You win! You're under the greatest coaching staff ever assembled every year.

David Ausberry breaks away from the pack.

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