Who is the current president?
What is today's date?
What is 100 minus 7, minus 7, minus 7?
That's not an Arizona State University admissions test.
Those are the three questions that USC standout receiver Robert Woods apparently answered correctly when forced by the Trojans' sideline medical staff Thursday night during a standard concussion-syndrome test.
Woods passed without a No. 2 pencil or a calculator, standing upright and smiling. This was just moments after he staggered, wobbled, spun and then collapsed face-first at midfield, seemingly headed for the wrong sideline. He had just been part of a brain-jarring, helmet-to- helmet hit while laying down a block on a punt return in the first quarter against Utah.
The 20-year-old was slapped on the back and allowed by those in charge of protecting him from himself to go back into the game, and he eventually yanked in a touchdown pass during USC's come-from-behind win.
So all's good?
Lane Kiffin should have his head examined.
after he staggered, wobbled, spun and then collapsed face-first at midfield
That sounds similar to the concussion test I was told I took after the first one I got in high school.