Hawaii named former USC graduate QB Max Wittek starter.
Hawaii expects former USC QB Max Wittek to walk on to the football team, reports CBS Sports' Jeremy Fowler.
Former USC QB Max Wittek is in the process of applying to Hawaii for the 2014 school year and says there is a "good possibility" he will walk-on the football team.
Former USC QB Max Wittek will not transfer to an FBS school this summer.
The Austin American-Statesman is reported that Texas is "backing away from offering" a scholarship to former USC QB Max Wittek "for undisclosed reasons."
Former USC QB Max Wittek visited Texas for its Saturday spring game.
Former USC QB Max Wittek "has taken multiple visits to Texas" and "is expected to make his decision in the near future," ESPN.com reports.
Former USC QB Max Wittek's transfer options include Texas, Louisville and Hawaii, according to ESPN's Joe Schad.
Former USC QB Max Wittek will visit Texas.
USC redshirt sophomore QB Max Wittek will transfer to another program and will be immediately eligible to play.
USC head coach Lane Kiffin has picked his starting QB for the upcoming game against Washington State, but won't announce the name until kickoff.
USC head coach Lane Kiffin announced the starting QB battle is between sophomore Max Wittek and redshirt sophomore Cody Kessler.
The injury that forced USC freshman QB Max Wittek out of the team's scrimmage was diagnosed as a sprained MCL in his right knee.
USC freshman QB Max Wittek injured his knee during spring practice and sat out the school's scrimmage.