LOS ANGELES (AP) - Los Angeles police say former Southern
California backup quarterback Mitch Mustain has been arrested on
suspicion of selling prescription drugs.
LAPD spokesman Bruce Borihanh says the 22-year-old Mustain was
arrested Tuesday night by narcotics officers in the San Fernando
Mustain was booked on $30,000 bail. No other details of the
arrest have been released.
Mustain became a backup quarterback for the Trojans after
transferring to USC from Arkansas in 2007. He started in last
season's game against Notre Dame when Matt Barkley was injured.
Mustain is currently preparing for the NFL draft.