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 LOS ANGELES (AP) -Southern California quarterback Mark Sanchez went through a full session of practice on Thursday and appears on track to start against Arizona State.
``It looks promising,'' USC coach Pete Carroll said of Sanchez's availability for Saturday's Pac-10 matchup against the Sun Devils at the Coliseum.
Sanchez sustained a bone bruise in his left knee in the third quarter of USC's 44-10 victory over Oregon last Saturday.

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