Moody narrows it down to two

Former USC running back Emmanuel Moody said Friday that he has narrowed his transfer choices to Florida and North Carolina.

By Joe Schad

Moody, the second-leading rusher on USC last season, had also considered Texas and Oklahoma State.

Moody, who rushed for 459 yards and two touchdowns, averaging a team-high 5.8 yards per rush last season, left USC because of the school’s depth at his position, citing a “business decision.”

At USC, running back Chauncey Washington’s status for the season opener is in question because of a shoulder sprain. Sophomore Stafon Johnson and true freshman Joe McKnight are among those also competing for the job.

Joe Schad is a National College Football Reporter for ESPN