Mitch Mustain: Former Trojans QB Arrested On Suspicion Of Selling Narcotics

Mitch Mustain: 22-Year-Old Former USC Quarterback Busted By Authorities

Mitch Mustain, the former backup to Mark Sanchez and Matt Barkley, was arrested on Tuesday night on suspicion of selling prescription narcotics as a result of what police say was a sting operation. 

The Los Angeles Times is reporting that Mustain had been preparing for USC's "pro day" workout in front of NFL scouts, which will be held on March.

It appears as though he's doing a lot more than just working out.  Mustain's arrest makes two arrests from former USC players in the last two days.

On Monday, former Trojans defensive end Everson reportedly tried to run away from police after a traffic stop and allegedly grabbed a cops privates before being tazed.

A felony charge, which is what he'll be facing, will seriously jeopardize an already slim chance that he makes it to the pros next season.

Mustain transferred from Arkansas before the 2007 season and won eight games as a freshman starter with the Razorbacks.

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