Nine years ago, USC sophomore quarterback Matt Leinart threw for over 3,500 yards and 38 touchdowns for the powerhouse Trojans.
After it was all said and done, Leinart's days at USC were some of the greatest in the history of college football.
Since Leinart's "glory days" as a Trojan, he's been one of the worst busts in NFL history.
Now, he finds himself behind Carson Palmer once again. Only this time, Leinart will have a much more daunting task of outperforming the quarterback he took over for at USC.
He has been a complete disappointment since he came into the league.
Why should this year be any different?
Let's look at why the Raiders won't need Leinart's services this season.