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No. 13 USC got its running game going at last. One week after rushing for just 26 yards in a crushing seven-point loss at Stanford, the Trojans bounced back with 296 yards on the ground Saturday in a 27-9 win over California, their ninth consecutive win over the Golden Bears. In front of an announced […]
After giving up four sacks in a loss at Stanford, the left tackle position is offically up for grabs.
Speed kills. Just ask the rest of the Pac-12. Over the years, the conference has been known for high flyers, the deep pass and lots and lots of points. Then, Chip Kelly came to Oregon and things changed. Speed wasn’t the only attribute that mattered; raw athleticism combined with speed was the only way to […]
Let it now be said that when it comes to recruiting and reeling in decorated high school prospects, Lane Kiffin knows what he’s doing. There have been a number of criticisms directed toward the Trojans’ 36-year-old coach in recent years, but just about anyone, including his detractors, will concede the following: he can recruit with […]
Lamar Dawson sprained an ankle in practice and is questionable to play Saturday.
The USC coaching staff plans to rotate more players into Saturday’s game vs. Syracuse.
The torrential rains of the last few days have not been a coincidence. They are a clear message from the college football gods, who know spring practice begins today: “We’re watching you.” USC is near the midway point of paying for its “sins” — and I use that word loosely, considering all the inconsistent rulings […]
The Trojans have not tackled in weeks in the hope of preventing injuries. Well, so much for that idea.
Three players received scholarships Tuesday; injuries affect depleted secondary.